Welcome to Los Angeles, the “City of Angels". This tour is perfect if you want to see ALL that Los Angeles has to offer, including popular landmarks, world famous neighborhoods and trendy hotspots. Remember to bring your camera because we make frequent stops along the way.
Hollywood – The entertainment’s capital of the world.
Beverly Hills – Home to the rich and famous, one of the most glamorous neighborhoods in L.A.
Santa Monica – The Santa Monica Pier has been featured in many movies like Forest Gump and The Sting. See the famous Pacific Wheel - the world’s only solar powered Ferris Wheel – which provides a panoramic view of the Southern California Coastline from 130 feet above the Santa Monica Pier.
Brentwood – A local celebrity hangout with tons of hip shops and restaurants.
Westwood Village – Home to the UCLA Bruins.
The Beverly Hilton – Home to the Golden Globes and many other celebrity events.
Rodeo Drive – Where the rich and famous shop at the many exclusive boutiques like Gucci, Chanel, Prada, Christian Dior and many more.
Movie Stars Homes – Get a glimpse of magnificent celebrity homes and posh neighborhoods.
Sunset Strip – Cruise past infamous nightclubs, trendy restaurants and swanky boutiques. If you look hard, you may just spot a movie star having lunch.
Beaches – Enjoy the fresh ocean breeze and take in the magnificent sandy beaches and Pacific Ocean.
The Hollywood Walk of Fame – View over 2000 celebrity stars on the world’s greatest boulevard, Actors, actresses, musicians, directors, producers and more have been honored with a star.
Hollywood Boulevard – Make like a movie star and strut your stuff down the boulevard.
The Kodak/Dolby Theatre – Proud home to the Oscars and located in the huge Hollywood & Highland Center.
Grauman’s Chinese Theater – Compare your hand and footprints with Hollywood’s legendary stars.
Hollywood Sign – Get a terrific view of the famous Hollywood Sign, a worldwide symbol of the movie industry.
Universal City Walk – Home to the Hard Rock Café and many other restaurants. Browse the souvenirs shops to find memorabilia from your favorite movies.
Hollywood Sign – You’ll have a magnificent view of the famous Hollywood Sign from Mulholland Drive.
Farmers Market – Have lunch at one of over 50 eateries at Hollywood's original Farmers' Market.
Olvera Street – The birthplace of Los Angeles.
Disney Concert Hall – Home to the L.A. Philharmonic
Music Center – L.A.s theaters and opera halls
Chinatown – Where West meets East