Sights and stops may include: The Hollywood Sign (hear the true story of why it was built)
the Hollywood Bowl via a walking tour of this world-famous amphitheater
Hancock Park, with its stately mansions and art deco apartments built for the stars of Hollywoods heyday
the state-of-the-art entertainment, shopping and dining complex at Hollywood and Highland, featuring the Kodak Theater, home of the Academy Awards
Graumans Chinese Theatre, where so many movie stars made an impression in cement
the legendary gates at Paramount Pictures
beautifully-landscaped cemeteries where some of Hollywoods most famous stars are buried
Rodeo Drive, Melrose, the Sunset Strip
a guided tour of historic Greystone Mansion, a breathtaking estate featuring 16 acres of gardens and fountains
scores of celebrity homes in Beverly Hills and Bel-Air (with close up views of several $50 million palaces)
and many other unforgettable sights.
Well also cruise past the mansions of Brentwood and the celebrity homes of Pacific Palisades...Youll view the spectacular Getty Center, a hilltop monument to fine art and architecture
explore a hidden oasis of tranquility at the beautiful Self-Realization Center
then on to Santa Monica, taking in the panoramic views from the bluffs overlooking the Pacific, and getting a look at Malibu, where movie stars and surfers spend their days in paradise
well take a walking tour of the Venice Boardwalk, famous for its lively ambience, and then along the canals which give our Venice the romantic feel of its Italian namesake
and well drive along a boulevard lined with miles of magnificent coral trees, taking a detour down Montana Avenue with its fashionable stores frequented by celebrities.