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Los Angeles, Hollywood, & Beverly Hills Afternoon City Tour

1. Los Angeles, Hollywood, & Beverly Hills Afternoon City Tour

Start with an afternoon pickup from select hotels in Downtown Los Angeles, then travel with your small group through downtown Los Angeles. Get a look at art and culture venues such as the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), and Walt Disney Concert Hall—designed by celebrated architect Frank Gehry. Stop at the Griffith Park Observatory and enjoy panoramic views of the city and the Hollywood Sign. Then pause in the center of Hollywood on Hollywood Blvd. There you will see Graumann's Chinese Theater with its celebrity handprints and footprints. You will also see the Hollywood Walk Of Fame and the Dolby theater, the permanent home of the Academy Awards. Next, cruise along the Sunset Strip and into Beverly Hills, where your guide will show you the Beverly Hills sign, as well as homes owned by movie stars and other famous folks. Then continue through Beverly Hills and through the trendy Mid Wilshire district and through Koreatown before arriving back in Downtown Los Angeles.

Los Angeles: Hollywood and Beverly Hills Minibus Tour

2. Los Angeles: Hollywood and Beverly Hills Minibus Tour

Start in Downtown Los Angeles and discover notable landmarks like The Music Center and Walt Disney Concert Hall. Continue through trendy neighborhoods such as Echo Park, Silverlake, and Los Feniz until you reach Griffith Park Observatory. From this ideal viewpoint, admire the views of the iconic Hollywood Sign and the Los Angeles skyline. Next, visit Hollywood Boulevard, where you can place your hands in the handprints of movie stars outside the Chinese Theater. Walk down the world-famous Hollywood Walk of Fame and spot the tiles dedicated to famous pop culture figures. Travel through West Hollywood to see the nightlife hub of the Sunset Strip, before arriving at one of the most famous neighborhoods in the world, Beverly Hills. Take pictures at the iconic Beverly Hills sign and see designer stores where the rich and famous shop along Rodeo Drive. Finally, end your tour with a lunch stop at the Original Farmers Market at The Grove, a historic and popular meeting point among locals and tourists alike. Enjoy food from a diverse range of restaurants and buy memorabilia at one of the many unique shops only found in Los Angeles.

Los Angeles: Downtown LA Private Foodie Tour

3. Los Angeles: Downtown LA Private Foodie Tour

Explore the heart of historic downtown LA with a guide and eat your way through several cultures and centuries in a city that has been called 500 miles wide and 1 mile deep.  Join your guide as you explore downtown LA on foot, starting your foodie adventure at Union Station. Learn about the station's construction and find out in which movies it has featured. Your tour continues as you make your way through LA, riding the famous funicular and visiting the Olvera Street market. Sample tasty food at three different stops and let your guide show you the best and most authentic foods to try. End your tour at Grand Central Market, where you are welcome to stay awhile and tap into the local craft cocktail and beer scene. 

Los Angeles: Downtown Historic Highlights Bike Tour

4. Los Angeles: Downtown Historic Highlights Bike Tour

Hop on your dutch style bike and head off on a historic cycle of downtown Los Angeles. Pedal past the area's top sights and hear stories of each location from your local guide. Feel like a total local on your 8-speed Pure bike, exploring downtown. Embark on a round trip tour from Grand Central Market. Begin your bike tour in front of Angel's Flight, a functioning, iconic 1901 funicular. Saddle up on your 8-speed Pure bike, and start exploring like a local. First, ride through the Historic Core's vintage Vaudeville theater district, fast becoming a shopping and nightlife spot. Next make your way through LA's more modern neighborhood of South Park to the LA Live Sports and Entertainment Complex with a stop at Crypto Arena, home of the Lakers. Ride along Figueroa St. shopping destinations, past LA's tallest skyscraper, and stop at the eery Cecil Hotel of horrors and hear the mysterious goings on. Cruise through the Civic Center to Olvera Street, the city's oldest neighborhood, now full of quaint shops and food kiosks. Next head up to Union Station and its Mission Revival splendor that was the backdrop to the 2020 Oscars Ceremony. Ride through Grand Park up to Grand Avenue with its cultural spots like the Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Broad Museum. See hidden gems you'd never see from a car, bus, or a walking tour. And after a mild workout, finish up at Grand Central Market, just in time for lunch.

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What people are saying about Walt Disney Concert Hall

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 293 reviews

Bing was our guide for the afternoon, and right from the start she was friendly and helpful. Throughout the tour she was constantly imparting information about places that we would never have learned, without having somebody with her encyclopaedic knowledge of the area. We had plenty of stops to get photos for the scrap book too. An excellent afternoon and a big thank you to Bing.

This was an excellent tour and well worth the money. We were given plenty of time to observe Griffith Observatory and the Hollywood sign as well as the Walk of Fame and Manns Chinese Theater. We also saw a lot of celebrity homes. The tour guide was awesome - very informative - she provided a lot of information about Los Angekes. Hands down- the best city tour I’ve ever taken.

Thank you for the informative city tour, which was brought forward because of the Oscars and the barriers. Our guide Ping made the best of it and put a lot of effort into it - making the tour a highlight

Bing was a great guide! She gave us so much information and was so friendly! The 4 hours flew by!

Enjoyed the trip and the extra time our driver gave us! Two thumbs up.