A Memorable Trip Down Hollywood Metropolis
Consider enlisting on a Hollywood tour, once you have touched down in the USA, because this will be your once-in-a-lifetime visit to the Entertainment Capital of the World, which is Hollywood, Los Angeles, and you will not regret at all to see its rich cultural heritage and home to famous Hollywood stars who have their own palatial niches there. Anybody who gets to see Hollywood for the first time will always have this breathtaking experience of being awed at the metropolis’ rich museums, ritzy mansions of Hollywood stars and its multicultural neighbourhood, and the widest, 75 mile stretch of a stunning coastline.
In our global set up, we, as travelers, can now avail of many numerous ways to go to LA, whether it be by air via the Los Angeles International Airport, interstate highway commute by car or take the train routes of Amtrak (American Track of the National Railroad Passenger Corporation), or by sea through the World Cruise Terminal in San Pedro, USA. With all these travel options, going to Hollywood should be a convenient and easy way to be immersed and be counted in as one among millions of tourists who have allocated their resources just to see Hollywood.
One significant prospect of visiting Hollywood is getting in touch with a tour agency stationed in that place so they can provide you the kind of itinerary activities that will help you maximize your stay there and provide you, as well, the transportation you need to move about from one location to another, all these at a reasonable price package. Hollywood wouldn’t be Hollywood if not for movie stars; so, a must-visit is a tour of about 50 movie star homes and get to learn more about the interesting stories of Beverly Hills and the history of Hollywood. To cap your Hollywood itinerary activities, aside from the movie star homes’ tour, highly recommended are the following: Rodeo Drive, where you’ll pass through high end stores of famous brand designers where movie stars shop, Graumans Chinese Theater which is a well-known movie palace outside of which is the Hollywood Walk of Fame where you get to see 2,600 brass stars with names of famous persons that are embedded on the sidewalk, the Beverly Hotels known for celebrities to hang out and dine on a regular basis, the Playboy Mansion, home to the Playboy magazine founder, Hugh Hefner, the Greystone Mansion and Park which is owned and operated by the City of Beverly Hills, the Sunset Boulevard made famous by the Sunset Strip which is home to famous bars like the Viper Room and Whisky A-Go-Go, and with these come with the luck of spotting a movie star.