• The Farmers Market
Have lunch at the historic landmark where there are wonderful places to eat and shop since 1933.
• Grauman’s Chinese Theatre
Known under naming rights as TCL Chinese Theatre, is a movie palace on the historic Hollywood Walk of Fame. The TCL Chinese Theatre is the most iconic movie palace in the world and has over 50 events a year, including movie premieres, imprint ceremonies, and film festivals, the theatre continues to make Hollywood history every day.
• Beverly Hills Garden Park
Nestled in the heart of the country’s largest urban forest, Beverly Hills was once hailed as the “garden city of the world”
• Rodeo Drive
One of the most popular destinations in Los Angeles. With over 100 boutiques offering the finest in fashion apparel, handbags, shoes, home accessories, jewelry and more; shoppers can find almost anything within these three famed blocks. Not to miss is a step inside the flagship stores on Rodeo Drive for brands such as Chanel, Hermes, Cartier, Louis Vuitton and Harry Winston, which carry their full collections, including items exclusive to the Rodeo Drive store.
• Santa Monica Pier (Extra Costs)
Built in 1909 this world famous is the oldest pier on the west coast. It brings thousands of visitors each year to enjoy its festivals, concerts, food, history and all it's novelty when walking above the waters of the Pacific Ocean.
• Griffith Observatory (Extra Cost)
Opened in 1935, the first concept of the Observatory emerged decades earlier. In 1904, Griffith J. Griffith had a profound experience observing through Mount Wilson Observatory’s 60-inch telescope and decided there needed to be a public observatory in Los Angeles so people could share in his transformative moment of observing. For over 76 years, the Observatory realized his vision for tens of millions of people and became an icon of Los Angeles.