Los Angeles City Tour
With so many world-famous attractions worth visiting, deciding what is best to do in Los Angeles can be an incredible task.
How will the tour go
A sightseeing car tour of Los Angeles will be held in Russian with a licensed guide. Its route takes into account the maximum amount of attractions shown in a short time. If desired, the stops can be adjusted to suit your personal interests.
It is worthwhile to designate a convenient date and time in advance, as well as book them — this will guarantee you that the desired day and time will be free for the guide.
Each of our guides wants you to fall in love with Los Angeles just as much as they did. The guides know the city inside and out and they will keep you up to date as you travel from one destination to another.
Our vehicles are comfortable, equipped with heating and air conditioning. You don't have to worry about running out of power on your mobile devices because the cars are equipped with charging ports for both Android and iOS devices.
While some of our competitors charge $500-600 or more for a day trip to Los Angeles, we make it more affordable because we are travelers ourselves.
What is included in the tour
If you were in the city for a short time, you could spend your entire trip walking around the most important museums in Los Angeles before you even get to Hollywood. It's a big city filled with so many exciting experiences you'll never wonder what to visit, from the beaches of Santa Monica to the bustling historic streets of the Arts District and the Silver Lake superyacht.
During the tour, you can walk along the Hollywood Walk of Fame, see the handprints of celebrities at the Chinese Theater, and visit the Kodak Theater, where the Oscars are presented annually.
You can dine at the Grove Farmers Market and visit Griffith Park or Mulholland Drive. There are so many great places to visit and things to do, so this list will help you decide and make the most of your trip.
Program and route
- Visiting a Venetian beach
Venice Beach has long been known as the bohemian center of California, and while the area is constantly growing in tourist numbers, it still boldly embodies the eccentric spirit.
Have lunch at the local Figtree's Café and then stop by Small World Books. This lively area welcomes all segments of the population.
- Walk along the Walk of Fame
Stroll down the Hollywood Walk of Fame, where almost 2,500 of the most famous names in the entertainment world are immortalized in pink terrazzo and gold lettering.
For movie fans, the famous footprints at the Chinese Theater are an essential stop. There have been countless gala premieres and award ceremonies over the past decades, most notably the Oscars.
- Visiting the Getty Center
The museum is full of artistic masterpieces and is located on a delightful hilltop with incredible views. Of course, there are no rich collections of galleries of the Old World, but the impressive exhibits cover a wide historical period.
Here are works by Rubens, Renoir, Monet, Van Gogh and Cezanne. French arts and crafts have received a lot of attention, as has a growing collection of photographs. The garden of fine sculptures is especially impressive.
- Shopping on Rodeo Drive
Many dreamed of being Julia Roberts shopping on Rodeo Drive, but very few of us could afford it. Along the cobblestone trail, tourists mingle with the seriously wealthy. Not far from here is Anderson Court, the only shopping center designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Fulfill your fashion dreams at the best stores in Los Angeles.
- Walking in downtown Los Angeles
Enjoy the city's urban architectural heritage up close on a leisurely walking tour. The walking tour takes you through the city's best sights and most beautiful buildings, from historic theaters and Art Deco buildings to modern buildings.
- Dive into the Jurassic World
Despite the name, this pseudo-scientific nook has nothing to do with Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park or any of its sequels. The Jurassic Museum of Technology is a repository of curiosities, from scientific marvels like a bat that can fly through walls to impossibly small sculptures. The Institute is an intriguing mix of fact and fiction.
Stop your choice on the American Butler agency — book a sightseeing tour of the City of Angels now!
|Tour duration||from 5 to 10 hours|
|Price||from $400 ($80 / hour)|