See Los Angeles with a friendly local guide on a 5-hour private walking tour. You will gain insight into the cultural and local history as well as an introduction to getting around Downtown Los Angeles. Find out the legends about Tongva tribe and how Los Angeles was founded ... More info ›
See Los Angeles with a friendly local guide on a 5-hour private walking tour. You will gain insight into the cultural and local history as well as an introduction to getting around Downtown Los Angeles. Find out the legends about Tongva tribe and how Los Angeles was founded. Check out the world-known landmarks and see it live!
Soak up the atmosphere in Downtown LA and Hollywood Boulevard, and experience the mash-up of cultures, rich history, antique boutiques, best coffee shops, most instagrammable places and celebrity spots. Visit L.A. Live, Staples center, Microsoft Theater, Grand Park, Bradbury Building, Museum of Contemporary Art, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Hollywood boulevard, Walk of Fame and Grauman's Chinese theater.
Finish your tour in Hollywood to do more sightseeing or get back to the hotel (to be discussed with your guide).
Enjoy a 5-hour private walking tour with your personal guide and local friend. Meet your guide in the hotel. Start time is flexible and itinerary can be customized to meet your preferences. Remember to keep your eyes wide open and cameras ready: LA is full of celebrities and you never know what’s around the corner.
L.A. Live. Start your journey visiting L.A. LIVE, the principal designation for live amusement in LA. Just imagine: 5,600,000 square feet area with cinema, ballrooms, concert theaters, nightspots, restaurants, bars and all things fancy.
Staples Center. Find out why Staples Center is so popular and why 4+ million people keep visiting Staples center every year.
Microsoft Theater. Very photogenic and ultra-modern Microsoft Theater is a must to see: it’s a 7,100 seat awards show and concert area, which hosts approximately 120 events annually such as Emmy Awards, People’s Choice, American Music Awards and many others. This is what you’ll see on your TV screens next time you watch some Awards ceremony in Los Angeles.
Bradbury Building. Take a walk into the Bradbury Building, one of the LA’s masterpieces founded in 1893. The five-story antique building is famous for its exceptional sky-lit atrium of marble stairs, open cage elevators and their adorned ironwork.
Grand Park. Enjoy the only green area in the desert landscape of Civic Center. It is the №1 place for New Year's Eve celebrations in LA. The massive light projection onto the side of Los Angeles City Hall has an ambition to compete with the Time Square’s Ball Drop in New York City and become the country’s major New Year's Eve celebration. Don’t miss it!
Walt Disney Concert Hall. Breathtakingly magnificent architecture that will surely hypnotize you with original and unusual shapes and its elegant and sophisticated lines.
Hollywood boulevard. Discover the Walk of Fame stretched for 18 blocks on both sides of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street. Here you can take selfies with more than 2600 brass stars with the names of stars embedded in the sidewalks. On tour you will learn all about how to get a Hollywood star on Hollywood blvd and what it costs.
After the tour your guide can leave you at the legendary icon - the Grauman's Chinese Theater, where you can watch the movie in one of the largest IMAX auditoriums in the world in the exquisite building of the Theater, an anthem of the refined architectural style of China and tribute to the significant Chinese Diaspora. Another notable place on Hollywood Boulevard is Dolby Theater, where the Oscar Awards ceremony takes place. Every February Los Angeles attracts an army of journalists, lays miles of red carpets and hundreds of famous guests are dazzling all around. So much to explore on your own after the tour!