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Half-Day Los Angeles and Hollywood Tour

Highlights
  • See the highlights of Los Angeles and Hollywood with a guide and small group
  • Learn about the grand old movie theaters in the Broadway Theater District
  • Have free time to stroll along the Hollywood Walk of Fame
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Half-Day Los Angeles and Hollywood Tour
From US$76.00
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Morning City TourMost Popular
Your tour begins with a comprehensive tour of downtown Los Angeles, Mulholland Drive, Hollywood sign, Hollywood-Highland Complex, Walk of Fame and a break at the Farmers Market/ The Grove.
US$76.00
Afternoon City Tour
Your tour includes L.A. Live, the Disney Concert Hall, the Hollywood sign, and an hour at the Hollywood-Highland Complex. Next is the historic Sunset Blvd then off to Beverly Hills and Farmers Market.
US$76.00
Overview
Discover the highlights of Los Angeles and Hollywood on this small-group tour. Leave the navigation to a driver as you visit Walt Disney Concert Hall, Mulholland Drive, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Sunset Boulevard, celebrity homes in Beverly Hills, and more. Your tour wraps up after a meal (own expense) at the Original Farmers Market. Pickup from downtown LA hotels and a choice of departure times means extra convenience.
What to Expect

After morning or evening pickup from your centrally located hotel in downtown Los Angeles, start your comprehensive LA tour with a drive through downtown.

Pass by landmarks such as L.A. Live, the Grammy Museum, and historic Olvera Street—considered the birthplace of Los Angeles. Stop for photos on at the Hollywood sign on Mulholland Drive, and have 45 minutes free to take in Grauman's Chinese Theatre, Dolby Theatre, and the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Next head down Sunset Boulevard, and drive past celebrity homes in Beverly Hills, Holmby Hills, and Bel Air. Stop for a bite (at your own expense) at the Original Farmers Market and The Grove, then cruise by Paramount Pictures before your tour ends with drop-off at your downtown hotel.

Choose to schedule your tour in the morning or evening, which allows ample time for other activities before or after your tour.

Reviews (106)
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Informative and Magical!

We had a half day to see LA, and this tour did it! Doug Galloway was born in LA, and his pride and knowledge of the city is phenomenal. Because it was Labor Day weekend, we ended up with a private tour, and he did...More

1  Thank Mulberryite
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile
LA essential in a day

We didn’t have so much time to visit LA, so we book this tour with Doug. Discovering the city with someone who is born and raised in LA is definitely the best way to see the city. Doug knows a lot about his city and...More

Thank Marion B
Reviewed 9 September 2018
Brilliant guided tour

We booked Doug via all the great reviews on Trip Advisor and they were not wrong! We had a brilliant time with Doug - it was just our family of five on the trip so we had Doug and his knowledge all to ourselves. We...More

1  Thank Helga R
Reviewed 25 August 2018 via mobile
Awesome LA tour

Doug is an awesome guide with great stories and insight to LA past and present. We were pleasantly surprise he gave a much more personal tour than I expected and wish would could have had more time. We would definitely choose him for another tour...More

2  Thank Christopher F
Reviewed 14 August 2018
See the sights and learn about the real LA

Booked this tour as a family of four(two teenagers) was booked after researching Trip Advisor and reading all the positives reviews. Did the afternoon tour the day before we came home. Had a right touch as we were the only people on the tour that...More

1  Thank Tony B
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Jackie H
30 September 2018|
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Response from Karen B | Reviewed this property |
It depends on the proximity of the hotel. It's best to ask Doug directly.
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