The Highlights of Griffith Park, Hollywoodland, Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Bel-Air, Santa Monica and Venice.
Explore all the must-see places of LA in one day. See the incredible views from Griffith Observatory, get amazing photos with the famous Hollywood Sign, feel like a star on Hollywood Blvd, have lunch at the historical Farmers Market, shop among the celebrities at The Grove, explore the phenomenal Greystone Mansion, see the famous Rodeo Drive, drive through the most famous parts of Beverly Hills and Bel-Air, enjoy the beach life as you explore Santa Monica and Venice and marvel at the incredible Venice Canals. Plus many more surprise locations you wouldn't expect to find in Los Angeles.
This tour starts with Griffith Observatory followed by a drive through Hollywoodland and up close look at the Hollywood sign. Next is the Hollywood Walk of Fame and the famous Chinese Theatre. We proceed to The Grove and the historic Farmers Market for great shopping and endless options for lunch. We'll drive through Rodeo Drive or stop there for additional shopping, if you like. Next is the majestic Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills. From there, we drive down Sunset Blvd. to take in the beautiful Santa Monica beach and Venice Beach.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Place of your choosing
End location: Place of your choosing
Duration: 8 hours
2017 Kia Sorento. Spacious, comfortable and air conditioned. Seats up to 6 passengers.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
15 USD - For lunch - more if you want more upscale.
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Bryan met us at Union Station, and took us to some places we had no idea were there in LA, like Cielito Lindo, the oldest known settlement in the downtown area. Lots of vendors and authentic Mexican food. We got to go up into the Hollywood Hills and got to see the Hollywood sign up close. Hollywood Boulevard, Griffith Observatory, Runyon Canyon, Mulholland Drive, Malibu, the Pacific Coast Highway up to Santa Monica. I ate my first In-N-Out Burger. Definitely got the feel for LA. Thanks Bryan!