The LA Tour: Hollywood, Celebrity Homes, Beverly Hills -from OC & Anaheim

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Come enjoy all the highlights of Los Angeles with our local and experienced guides. Starting in Downtown Los Angeles, you’ll get the chance to see all the major sites and high-rise buildings LA is famous for! Next stop Hollywood! Check out the World Famous HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME, GRAUMAN’S CHINESE THEATRE, the DOLBY THEATRE. After exploring Hollywood, we then head-up to the HOLLYWOOD HILLS for a relaxing drive along MULHOLLAND DRIVE. There’s nothing better than checking out CELEBRITY HOMES, and getting views of THE HOLLYWOOD SIGN. Lunch stop is at THE ORIGINAL FARMERS MARKET - and iconic spot right in the middle of town with food options from around the globe! From our lunch stop, our guests are taken through the iconic SUNSET STRIP. Our next stop, is the world famous RODEO DRIVE in BEVERLY HILLS. Upon making our way to the beach cities, our guests enjoy a panoramic view of the SANTA MONICA PIER before heading over for the last stop of the day at the funky VENICE BEACH.

Itinerary Details

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Pass By: Downtown

Come explore the heart of Downtown LA. We'll explore all the major sites such as the Walt Disney Concert Hall, City Hall, and Olvera Street (where the Spanish first settled the area).

Stop At: Hollywood Walk of Fame

Envisioned in 1958 as a lasting tribute to the personalities who helped make Hollywood the most famous community in the world, the Hollywood Walk of Fame continues today as a superior asset to the city, perpetuating the aura that has made the name “Hollywood” synonymous with glamour, and remains one of the city’s most widely-seen tourist attractions. Our guests will also have the chance to explore the Grauman's Chinese Theatre and the Dolby Theatre (where the Academy Awards are held). Our guests will also have the chance to explore the Grauman's Chinese Theatre and the Dolby Theatre (where the Academy Awards are held).

Duration: 40 minutes

Pass By: Mulholland Drive

Mulholland Drive is named after pioneering Los Angeles civil engineer William Mulholland. From here our guests will enjoy sprawling views of Los Angeles, The Hollywood Sign, CELEBRITY HOMES, "the valley", Warner Bros. and Universal studios.

Stop At: The Original Farmers Market

A favorite destination among locals and tourists since 1934, LA’s world famous Original Farmers Market offers over 100 gourmet grocers, restaurants from across the globe.

Duration: 1 hour

Pass By: Sunset Strip

The Sunset Strip is known for its boutiques, restaurants, rock clubs, and nightclubs, as well as its array of huge, colorful billboards. Fun celebrity, nightlife, and rock'n'roll stories!

Stop At: Rodeo Drive

The famed shopping street is known throughout the world as the epicenter of luxury fashion. Rodeo Drive stores span three city blocks where visitors can enjoy more than 100 world-renowned boutiques and hotels.

Duration: 40 minutes

Pass By: Santa Monica Pier

A popular spot for both the locals and the tourists. There are many attractions (e.g. the aquarium, a video game arcade or an iconic carousel) and also many places to get food. You can choose from a variety of cuisines – burgers, pizzas or seafood are all to be found there. The Pacific Park, an amusement park including a solar-powered Ferris wheel, is also a great place to visit. Among its other attractions are e.g. West Coaster, Bumper Cars or Mini Pirate Ship.

Stop At: Venice Beach Boardwalk

You haven’t seen it all until you’ve seen Venice! There is a sandy three-mile beach here, but that is not what attracts visitors. You go to Venice to shop and gawk. During the summer season and on weekends, there is street entertainment at every intersection along Ocean Front Walk. Street performers include instrumental musicians, singers, jugglers, acrobats, mimes, comics, magicians, prophets, fortune tellers, and other assorted entertainers. You will see people with tricolor hairdos, painted faces, weird tattoos, and outlandish clothing–or lack of it. The Boardwalk is a virtual sidewalk circus, a walk ‘n’ rolling skin show. There are lots of funky shops, too, if you want to eat out of the ordinary or buy an unusual souvenir or T-shirt. There are courts for basketball, handball, shuffleboard and paddle tennis. Muscle Beach is a special area where fanatic bodybuilders pump iron in a public show of strength.

Duration: 30 minutes
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