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clock-o5 hours 30 minutes (Approx.)
TransportHotel pickup offered
ticket-oMobile ticket
commentOffered in: English and 8 more


Get a sense for all that the City of Angels has to offer during this 5.5-hour Los Angeles city tour by coach. Join a knowledgeable guide, who provides insightful narration during your ride, as you visit such iconic L.A. attractions including the Hollywood Sign and Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Hollywood Bowl, the TCL Chinese Theatre, Rodeo Drive, La Brea Tar Pits, downtown L.A. and Walt Disney Concert Hall. You’ll also have one hour for a shopping break at the city’s famous Grove shopping mall and Farmer’s Market. This Los Angeles sightseeing tour also includes morning and afternoon departure options.
  • 5.5-hour sightseeing tour of Los Angeles
  • Drive through Hollywood, downtown LA and Beverly Hills
  • See the Hollywood Sign, Paramount Studios, Rodeo Drive and Walt Disney Concert Hall
  • Listen to commentary about LA's history and celebrity culture
  • Take a 1-hour break at The Grove
  • Morning tour includes hotel pickup and drop-off

Why Travelers Choose This Tour

Leave the driving to an experienced guide who knows how to navigate LA's notorious traffic so you can simply enjoy the sights, from architectural gems to historical landmarks to playgrounds of the rich and famous.
Skip the notorious L.A. traffic and parking and let someone else do the work during this 5.5-hour grand city tour of Los Angeles by coach. Your informative guide will navigate you past some of the city’s top highlights, providing the perfect introduction to the endless sights in this mecca of sun, sand, history and Hollywood.

Start your trip in the morning or afternoon, leaving from in front of the TCL Chinese Theatre or with a pickup from select Los Angeles hotels (if the option is chosen). From there you’ll begin an exploration of the famous sightseeing strip of Hollywood Boulevard, pausing first to see more than 200 cement hand impressions at the TCL Chinese Theatre, then taking a walk along the stars of the Hollywood Walk of Fame and to the Dolby Theatre, site of the Annual Oscars ceremony.

Continue by coach to see the Hollywood Sign from an optimal viewing spot. This iconic landmark was first erected in 1923. Just nearby on your tour are the movie studios for Paramount in West Hollywood, along with those for CBS television. For those passengers on the morning tour, you’ll also swing by the iconic Hollywood Bowl, site of performances by such musical luminaries as the Beatles and Judy Garland.

Drive next to Melrose Avenue, past the glitzy nightclubs along the Sunset Strip, and then to the playground of the rich and famous in Beverly Hills. Hop off here to explore glitzy Rodeo Drive on foot. On your way to Beverly Hills, check out the Miracle Mile, a stretch of several blocks of Wilshire Boulevard that contain the campus for LACMA (the Los Angeles County Museum of Art).

Proceed from Beverly Hills back to downtown Los Angeles, where you’ll cruise past Chinatown, Our Lady Cathedral, the Staples Center, and the Nokia Theatre at LA Live. You’ll have 10- to 25-minute stops at the Frank Gehry-designed Walt Disney Concert Hall, the prehistoric fossils at the La Brea Tar Pits and the historic 1818 Avila Adobe on Olvera Street.

Your trip also includes a 1-hour shopping break at The Grove and The Farmer's Market, covering more than 140 stores, eateries, cafes and markets, taking time to grab lunch or a snack (at your own expense). Luckily this famous shopping center is just next door to the Farmer’s Market, the city’s largest open-air market, first opened in 1934. 

End your day with a drop-off back at your hotel (if option selected) or on Hollywood Boulevard.


Viator Traveler's Reviews

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, Mar 2018

To begin, the company royally messed up my morning. I had a cousin from Korea visiting the cause of this tour and I selected the option for Korean audio but selected the 12:30 tour time. We had arranged a pickup hotel and we were waiting there when it past 12 and I became nervous that no one was there. I called the office and they informed me that I was supposed to be on the 9:30 a.m. tour. I was shocked because I had called a week before to confirm my reservation AND my ticket said 12:30 p.m. too. The woman at the office informed me that because of my audio option, I had been automatically moved to the 9:30 a.m. I was completely taken aback. Not only is this a gross example of their unprofessionalism and lack of coordination, to me, it showed their lack of care for their customers because they didn't BOTHER TO INFORM ME.

Needless to say I was very frustrated but we actually got to the 1st stop of the tour by uber - which cost quite a bit and the tour began. The tour itself wasn't great and it wasn't awful. The weather was dreadful but of course, this isn't the tour's fault at all. But I do believe that the advertising and the description of the tour felt inaccurate. The description made it seem like at all the attractions we would be given the opprortunity to leave the van and look around, take pictures, etc. But we got off at 2 places - the Rodeo Drive and the Grove for lunch. I'm not sure if this was because of the rain but it was rather disappointed to be stuck in the van while the tour guide spoke. The tour guide was wonderful but it can't be helped that after a few hours, we got antsy in the van.

All in all, the organization and coordination of this company is HIGHLY unprofessional and just unskilled. The tour itself was very informative and interesting but feels more like an interesting lecture than a tour of anything - not interactive at all.

, Feb 2018

BRUCE was our tour guide in a small van and it was a lot better than being in a big bus......there were only four of us plus him....
He was very knowledgable about the history of all the sights and threw in some funny lines along the way......
The only thing my wife and I had a problem with was that we were told that we would be back at the starting point at 6 p.m. and it was about an hour late.....we know the traffic is horrible.....I'd suggest that they tell you the tour ends at a certain time, but don't expect to get to your car until later than expected.....

Overall, it was a fun informative experience and would suggest it to someone who wants to see the entire LA area....

, Dec 2017

Good overall tour of Los Angeles site.

, Aug 2017

This tour was great. Farmers market was interesting, unfortunately we didn't spot any movie stars. The drive through Beverley Hills and Hollywood was good. Seeing all the stars names in the pavement was interesting.

, Apr 2017

An OK, but not exceptional tour, but should have got an extra day on the GO card. It would have been more beneficial and more cost effective.

, Oct 2016

If you want to be stuck on a hot bus for 6 hours ... this is for you. Definitely not nice and wouldn't recommend

, Jun 2016

This tour has been moved to another operator without notifying to me. Their program does not match with VIATOR program. We missed Santo Monica beach and Rodeo Drive stop - both are very unique landmarks. Viator should check with the customer and make changes. Also you need to provide better tour in case of changes and not provide a sub standard tour to the customers.

, Jun 2016

The tour guides were super. Learned so much about LA that I never knew x

, Jun 2016

Great overall tour of LA. Our guide Stan was excellent!! Very knowledgeable.

, Jun 2016

Everything ran to time, however it did not.include as much as I was hoping......the Hollywood sign was way in the background. Would of also liked to of seen the Griffith observatory.

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