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About Los Angeles

The Walk of Fame, Hollywood Sign, Venice Beach and Santa Monica Pier are just a few good reasons to visit Los Angeles. Known as the entertainment capital of the world, it is no surprise that the city is also one of the biggest tourist destinations in California as well as the entire United States. As soon as your bus arrives, you will be immersed in a global metropolis of extraordinary culture and history. With over 225 theaters, 100 renown museums and galleries, and 75 miles of sunny coastline, you are guaranteed to never run out of things to do in the City of Angels.

With so much to see and do, the best way to discover L.A. is by exploring the city’s unique neighborhoods. With iconic landmarks as well as picturesque beaches and a buzzing nightlife, each neighborhood has something special to offer. Enjoy some of the most-iconic shopping in the world with a stroll along Rodeo Drive, get on the metro and head Downtown to see a show at the Walt Disney Concert Hall or jump on a bus and admire the street art and murals at Venice Beach. With such a huge variety of landmarks and attractions, there is something for everyone in Los Angeles!

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Known as the heart of the glamorous TV and movie industry, Hollywood is one of the most iconic destinations in Los Angeles. Packed full of fun and popular attractions, you could spend your entire day here! Start your trip by finding your favorite celebrities’ hand and foot imprints in the TCL Chinese Theatre courtyard and search for their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. If that doesn’t fulfil your need for celebrity history, check out Madame Tussauds Hollywood wax museum. The museum opened in 2009 and is home to the wax figures of many movie stars, from Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley to Leonardo DiCaprio and Rihanna.

Go behind-the-scenes on the world-famous Studio Tour in Universal Studios Hollywood to explore real film sets where Hollywood movies and TV shows were made, before heading on some of the thrill-seeking rides they offer. You can’t visit Hollywood without seeing one of the most iconic images of Hollywood, The Hollywood Sign. If you’re feeling active, explore Griffith Park, home of the Griffith Observatory, and head to the starting point of the hiking trails on Mt. Hollywood for the best view of the Hollywood Sign. Not up for the walk but want to see the sign anyway? You can also take photos of it from the viewing bridges at Hollywood and Highland.

Want to get away from the crowd? Just behind Paramount Studios is one of L.A.’s most unexpected attractions, The Hollywood Forever Cemetery.  The cemetery is the final resting place of many of Hollywood’s founders and stars including Jayne Mansfield and Rudolph Valentino. Not only can you stroll through the cemetery but it also regularly hosts movie screenings that are projected onto the walls of the mausoleum!

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Downtown L.A.

Continue your bus journey downtown to visit some of the most vibrant neighborhoods in L.A.

Catch a game at Dodger Stadium, the home field of the Los Angeles Dodgers and one of the greatest entertainment venues in the country. The stadium also hosts a range of events including boxing matches, soccer games and even concerts of artists like Beyoncé and the Rolling Stones. In the future, it will host events for the 2028 Olympic Games!

Spend some time in Little Tokyo and explore the cultural hub for Japanese Americans living in Southern California. Check out the award winning Japanese American National Museum, the James Irvine Japanese Garden and eat some of the best traditional Japanese cuisine including ramen, sushi and mochi ice cream while you’re there.

Or, for even more lively adventure, check online to see which events are happening at LA LIVE, the STAPLES Center and the L.A. Convention Center during your stay.

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Beach Cities

With 75 miles of sunny coastline from Malibu to Long Beach, it’s no surprise that Los Angeles is home to some of the most popular beaches in the world.

Catch a bus west to Santa Monica and explore Santa Monica Pier and its amusement park, Pacific Park, which offers a range of dining options, bars, souvenir shops and arcade games. Wander over to Third Street Promenade and Santa Monica Place for a classic L.A. shopping experience. If you are lucky enough to go on a Wednesday or Saturday, make sure you visit the Santa Monica Farmers’ Market on Arizona Avenue for some of the best organic produce in the country.

Relax on the famous Venice Beach amongst street performers, artists and beachgoers from all walks of life enjoying the sun, sand and surf. Done swimming for the day? Head over to Abbot Kinney Blvd and check out the vibrant collection of vintage shops, boutiques, galleries, restaurants and bars.

Further north you will find the celebrity hotspot Malibu where you can enjoy the 30 miles of beach that stretches along the highway. With world famous beaches and surf spots, Malibu attracts all kinds of visitors whether they are looking to catch the perfect wave, enjoy the Californian sun or watch for migrating whales! Make time to check out The Getty Villa and enjoy over 7,000 years’ worth of Ancient Roman and Greek art.

Palm Trees in Beverley Hills

Beverley Hills

This luxurious L.A. neighbourhood has inspired and been the setting for many movies over the last century. When you think of Beverly Hills, many people think of Rodeo Drive. The drive is a two-mile-long strip, home to iconic landmarks like the Beverley Wilshire Hotel and high-end stores including Dior, Gucci, Tiffany & Co. Even if these shops aren’t exactly in your budget, it’s a quintessential place to go window-shopping and look at some of the luxurious cars that are always parked on the street.

Catch some rays at the Beverly Gardens Park. The park stretches 1.9 miles from the Doheny Fountain to the Wilshire Electric Fountain and is home to a variety of themed gardens including the Cactus Garden and Rose Garden. Don’t forget to take a photo at the famous Beverly Hills sign for your Instagram!

Visit the famous Beverley Hills Hotel, known for its celebrity guests and its trademark peachy pink and green exterior. “The Pink Palace” was a place for everyone, from film industry stars to royalty, helping them escape the spotlight during the golden age of Hollywood. The hotel was often visited by the likes of Marlin Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor and Grace Kelly.

Satisfy your sweet tooth and check out the world’s first 24-hour cupcake ATM at Sprinkles Cupcakes. Try their famous red velvet cupcake or one of the other 20 flavors. They even have a ‘pupcake’ if you want to get a treat for your dog!
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Culver City

Culver City is the next up-and-coming area in L.A. County, with new shops and restaurants opening every week and major companies like Apple and Amazon moving to town. 

Nicknamed, “The Heart of Screenland,” the neighborhood originated as an area for moviemaking, where classics like “The Wizards of OZ,” “Gone with the Wind” and “Citizen Kane” were produced. Explore this unique past at the Sony Pictures Studio, where you can join a two-hour long walking tour and discover the secrets of one of the most historic studios in the world.

Explore the half-mile long Arts District along La Cienega and Washington Boulevard and visit some of the 40 different galleries on the strip. Then check out the outdoor mall, Platform, which is home to amazing cafes and restaurant suitable for all of times and meals of the day (and for the snacks in-between)! You can buy everything from stationary to home décor at the mall and there are even pop-up stores that rotate every month.

Head outdoors and explore Kenneth Hanh State Recreation Area. The park is known for its seven miles of walking and hiking trails through the Baldwin Hills. Visit and see the incredible views stretching from the South Bay and the Pacific Ocean to Downtown and the San Gabriel Mountains.

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