Los Angeles Grand City Tour

1 Day

Get an in-depth introduction to Los Angeles on this Los Angeles Grand City Tour. Ideal for first-time visitors and those with limited time, the tours start in downtown Los Angeles then continues to Hollywood, the Sunset Strip, Rodeo Drive, and Beverly Hills.


  • Get the ultimate LA experience
  • Explore Downtown Los Angeles and world famous Hollywood
  • See popular attractions like the Walk of Fame, Hollywood Sign, Sunset Strip, the Chinese Theatre,, Griffith Observatory
  • Discover famous and luxurious Movie Star Homes
  • Visit the lively LA Farmer’s Market and impressive Grove
  • Enjoy more time at each attraction!

Los Angeles Grand City Tour

Experience the most memorable sightseeing tour Los Angeles has to offer. Let our experts guide you through Downtown (City Center), Griffith Park Observatory, where you can see the Hollywood Sign, Hollywood, Beverly Hills and select Movie Star’s Homes.
Private Los Angeles Tour: All Must-See Attractions with Hotel Pick-up
This LA tour will leave you enchanted while you explore the entertainment capital of the world. Get your cameras ready, as you relax in our luxury air conditioned Mercedes Benz tour vehicles and cruise through the hottest spots in the City of Angels.

Our tour will begin in Downtown LA, home to towering skyscrapers, the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, and the modern architecture of the Walt Disney Concert Hall! Then we’ll transfer to the Griffith Park Observatory, an invaluable research facility that allows visitors see past the glitz and glamour of LA to the gorgeous starry skies and unmatched views of the Los Angeles valley. From here enjoy panoramic views of Hollywood and LA, including the famous Hollywood Sign.

Then we’ll stroll down Hollywood Boulevard itself to find our favorite’s celebrities stars engraved into the sidewalk. From here we’ll journey down Sunset Strip, where you may spot a celebrity at a local nightclub, bar, or restaurant.

Next on our Los Angeles Grand City Tour is visit to Rodeo Drive, LA’s high fashion district where the Hollywood’s residents buy the trendiest outfits.

We’ll continue our tour to the LA Farmers Market and Grove Shopping Center for a unique and historic look at the city’s local market, from fresh produce to new clothing.

We’ll end the tour by driving by the homes of the rich and famous.


Downtown Historic District is a must-see.

Your tour starts in the Downtown Historic District of Los Angeles, the city’s cultural heart! In the center of downtown, see how tall skyscrapers, architectural landmarks, trendy art galleries, and gourmet food collide.

Walt Disney Concert Hall

Take a photo in front of the Walt Disney Concert Hall, a world-renowned music venue and Frank Gehry-designed architectural masterpiece. For tourists and residents alike, see where the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra and Master Chorale perform.

Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

See the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, a landmark concert venue with an above-ground plaza that was once the Oscars’ home. The LA Opera and Glorya Kaufman Presents Dance series are held at the pavilion, which is a cultural landmark in Los Angeles.

Take a break at Griffith Park

Stop by the Griffith Park Observatory, one of the city’s most famous cultural destinations! Take in breathtaking panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and Downtown Los Angeles, as well as a great view of the Hollywood Sign!! This is a famous stop for visitors!

Visit the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Small-Group Hollywood and Los Angeles Day Tour from Las VegasFind your favorite entertainer’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame by strolling down Hollywood Boulevard. This is a must-see for anyone visiting Los Angeles! The golden doors and ornate architecture of the world’s most popular movie palace, the TCL Chinese Theatre, are a must-see on any trip to Los Angeles!

The Chinese Theater was once home to the Academy Awards, and celebrities such as Marilyn Monroe, John Wayne, and even R2D2 from Star Wars left their handprints and footprints in the cement. Also on your Walk Of Fame stop, see the glamorous Dolby Theater, which is host to the Oscars (the Academy Awards).

Millions of people around the world watch as celebrities walk the iconic “red carpet” into the renowned Art Deco theater, and now you can too!

Sunset Strip is a must-see.

Along the famous Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, see where the hottest in Hollywood dance, eat, and hang out. This stretch is one of the most well-known and visited in all of Los Angeles because of the live music clubs, exclusive hotels, and vibrant nightlife.

Take a break in Beverly Hills

Stop by the world-famous Beverly Hills sign and Lilly pad for the perfect Instagram shot!

Rodeo Drive is a must-see.

Drive down Rodeo Drive. Drive like a local celebrity and visit the world’s most exclusive boutique shops to see where the rich and famous spend their money. We’ll make sure you don’t overlook the Beverly Wilshire Hotel, which served as the iconic backdrop for the film “Pretty Woman.”

The Original Farmers Market is a must-see.

The charming Original Farmers Market and famous Grove Shopping Mall will be your final stop. Tourists and locals alike flock to this bustling destination to eat, shop, and enjoy the sights. Be sure to ask your tour guide for suggestions on where to eat!

Passing Through: Koreatown

Pass via America’s biggest Koreatown. Great Korean barbecue restaurants and hot nightlife hangouts can be found in this cool and trendy LA neighborhood!

Here we complete our Los Angeles Grand City Tour.

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