The Los Angeles Tour

18 Ratings
  • Live Guide
  • Private Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 3 hr

The Los Angeles Bucket List Tour allows you to discover the “must-see” sights of this famous city. On this tour, you will get to see The Dolby Theatre, Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, The Walk of Fame, The El Capitan Theatre, views of The Hollywood Sign. You will also go down the famous Sunset Strip, where you’ll see the Chateau Marmont, The Viper Room, The Whiskey A-Go-Go, and more; then we will head into glittering Beverly Hills to show you the glitzy neighborhood and stunning hotels like the Beverly Hills Hotel and The Beverly Wilshire (from Pretty Woman).

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The Los Angeles Tour allows you to discover the “must-see” sights of this famous city. On this tour, you will get to see The Dolby Theatre, Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, The Walk of Fame, The El Capitan Theatre, views of The Hollywood Sign. You will also go down the famous Sunset Strip, where you’ll see the Chateau Marmont, The Viper Room, The Whiskey A-Go-Go, and more; then we will head into glittering Beverly Hills to show you the glitzy neighborhood and stunning hotels like the Beverly Hills Hotel and The Beverly Wilshire (from Pretty Woman).

Stop At: Mulholland Drive

Mulholland Drive is a street in the eastern Santa Monica Mountains of Southern California. It is named after pioneering Los Angeles civil engineer William Mulholland. The western rural portion in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties is named Mulholland Highway. The road is featured in a significant number of movies, songs, and novels. David Lynch, who wrote and directed a film named after Mulholland Drive, has said that one can feel "the history of Hollywood" on it.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Hollywood Sign

The Hollywood Sign is an American landmark and cultural icon overlooking Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. It is situated on Mount Lee, in the Hollywood Hills area of the Santa Monica Mountains. "HOLLYWOOD" is spelled out in 45-foot-tall white capital letters and is 352 feet long.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Hollywood Walk of Fame

The Hollywood Walk of Fame comprises more than 2,600 five-pointed terrazzo and brass stars embedded in the sidewalks along 15 blocks of Hollywood Boulevard and three blocks of Vine Street in Hollywood, California.

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: Dolby Theatre

The Dolby Theater is now the center of the annual Academy Awards, and very close to the TLC Chinese Theater. It was designed specifically for the Oscars, and seats over 3000 people. Often when not hosting the awards it acts as a stage for televised stage-based shows like American Idol.

Pass By: Sunset Strip

The Sunset Strip portion of Sunset Boulevard has been a center of Hollywood Night-Life for over half a century, and the rest of the strip is lined with recognizable buildings and signs featured in many, many movies. It features world-class clubs, celebrity favorite restaurants, and entertainment of all kinds.

Pass By: TCL Chinese Theatres

First opened in 1927, the Chinese Theater has been the heart of many world-famous movie premiers, three Academy-Awards ceremonies, and currently seats 932 people. It's possibly the most recognizable movie-palace in LA and is the home of the Hollywood Celebrity hand and foot-prints tiles.

Pass By: Whiskey-a-Go-Go

The first American Whisky a Go-Go was opened in 1958, and known as one of the earliest, if not the first, American discotheque. It has been the launching pad of No Doubt, Van Halen, Led Zeppelin, Guns N' Roses and many many more.

Pass By: Chateau Marmont

Based loosely on the French Royal Château d'Amboise, the Chateau Marmont was competed in 1929. It stands like a palace over the Sunset Boulevard. Originally it was built as a high-end apartments for the movers and shakers, and later converted in to a glamorous hotel. It was declared a Los Angeles Historical-Cultural Landmark in 1976.

Pass By: The Viper Room

While originally known as The Central, The Viper Room was opened in 1993 and owned by Johnny Depp and Sal Jenco. Since then, the club has been known as a popular hang-out and preferred club of many Hollywood Elite. It's mainly known as a music venue, but also beloved as a whisky bar.

Pass By: El Capitan Theatre

The El Capitan Theater opened in 1926 by Charles E. Toberman and was being built around the same time as the Chinese Theater in partnership with Sid Grauman. Originally it premiered live stage-plays, but after being crushed by the Great Depression it turned to movie entertainment and road shows. It was put on the map after becoming the original screen-location of Citizen Kane.

Pass By: Rodeo Drive

The heart of Beverly Hills, Rodeo Drive is a two-mile stretch of road that encompasses some of the most glamorous and famous locations Along its path lays restaurants pioneered by world-class world-famous chefs, and beautiful luxurious hotels loved by stars of the golden age and the modern era.
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