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 city tour of Los Angeles will be held in Russian with a licensed guide. Her route takes into account the maximum amount of attractions shown in a short time.
If desired, the locations of stops can be adjusted according to your personal interests.
It is necessary to pre-designate a convenient date and time, as well as book them - this ensures that the necessary day and time at the guide will be free.
Each of our guides wants you to fall in love with Los Angeles just like they do. The guides know the city from the inside and the outside, and they will keep you updated on events as you travel from one destination to another.
Our cars are comfortable, equipped with heating and air conditioning.
You do not have to worry about your mobile devices being discharged, because cars are equipped with charging ports for both Android and iOS devices.
While some of our competitors charge $500-600 or more for a one-day tour of Los Angeles, we make them more accessible because we ourselves are travelers.
What is included in the tour
If you had been in the city for a short time, you could spend your entire trip, walking around the most important museums of Los Angeles, even without getting to Hollywood. This is a big city filled with so many interesting impressions that you never think about what to visit: from the beaches of Santa Monica to the lively historical streets of the arts district and the Silver Lake superyacht.
During the tour, you can stroll through the Hollywood Walk of Fame, see the handprints of celebrities in the Chinese Theater, and visit the Kodak Theater, where Oscars are awarded annually.
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 get the most out of your trip.
Program and itinerary
- Visiting the Venetian beach
The Venetian beach has long been known as the bohemian center of California, and although the number of tourists is constantly growing in this area, it still boldly embodies an eccentric spirit.
Have lunch at your local Figtree' s Café, and then go to the Small World Books bookstore. This lively area accepts all segments of the population.
- Walk along the Walk of Fame
Stroll through the Hollywood Walk of Fame, where nearly 2,500 of the world's most famous names of entertainment are immortalized in pink terrazzo and golden letters.
For fans of the movie, famous foot prints in the Chinese theater are an important stop. Over the past decades, countless gala premieres and awards ceremonies have taken place, and the most important of them is the Oscar ceremony.
- Visit the Getty Center
The museum is full of artistic masterpieces and is located on a delightful hilltop, offering an incredible view. Of course, there are no rich collections of Old World galleries, but the impressive exhibits cover a broad historical period.
Here are the works of Rubens, Renoir, Monet, Van Gogh and Cezanne. French arts and crafts have received much attention, as has a growing collection of photographs . Particularly impressive is the garden of graceful sculptures.
- Shopping on Rodeo Drive
Many dreamed of becoming Julia Roberts shopping on Rodeo Drive, but very few of us could afford to do it. Along a cobbled path, tourists mingle with grave wealth. Not far from here is Anderson Court - the only shopping center designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Realize your dreams of fashion in the best stores in Los Angeles.
- Walk downtown los angeles
Enjoy the urban architectural heritage of the city from close quarters, while taking a leisurely pedestrian walk. The pedestrian tour takes place on the best sights and the most beautiful buildings of the city, from historical theaters and buildings in the art deco style to modern buildings.
- Plunge into the world of the Jurassic period
Despite the name, this pseudo-scientific corner has nothing to do with the “Jurassic Park” by Steven Spielberg or any of its sequels. The Jurassic Museum of Technology is a repository of curiosities: from scientific wonders such as the bat, which can fly through walls, to incredibly small sculptures. The institute is an intriguing combination of fact and fiction.
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|Duration of the tour||from 5 to 10 hours|
|Cost of||from $390 ($80 / hour)|