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Discover Los Angeles on your own terms thanks to this convenient hop-on, hop-off bus excursion covering the city’s top highlights. Enjoy the sun from the open top of your bus, offering 360-degree vistas of the surrounding landmarks. Best of all, your hop-on, hop-off excursion covers more than 50 locations throughout the city, including Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, Hollywood and downtown L.A. You can also choose between a 24-, 48- and 72-hour ticket options and plenty of convenient departures, thanks to its 365-days-a-year operation schedule.
  • Hop-on hop-off double-decker bus tour of Los Angeles
  • Choice of 24- or 48-hour ticket
  • Get on and off at more than 50 stops throughout Los Angeles

Why Travelers Choose This Tour

The multiple routes allow you to see many different parts of this sprawling city at your own pace. It's a comprehensive overview for first-time visitors and a convenient way for anyone to travel between top sights.
Experience the amazing sights of Los Angeles without worrying about traffic or parking thanks to this convenient hop-on, hop-off bus tour, including 50 top L.A. spots. Whether you’re looking to cover a lot of ground during your time in Los Angeles or simply want to skip the driving for a day, this is a great option.

Make your way to Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, which operates as a hub for both the Red Route and Blue Route buses, or climb aboard a bus at any of the scheduled stopping points listed in the Itinerary below. Buses leave from each stop every 20 to 40 minutes from each stop, meaning you never have to wait too long. 

Then continue on a route that matches your interest and itinerary. The Red Route takes you past such L.A. sights as the Sunset Strip, the La Brea Tar Pits, the famous Farmer’s Market and The Grove. Meanwhile the Blue Route navigates past Universal “CityWalk” and the Hollywood Bowl. The Yellow Route includes Santa Monica Pier, Westwood, UCLA and the Venice Boardwalk. If you take the Purple Route, you’ll pass through downtown L.A., Little Tokyo and see the Frank Gehry-designed Walt Disney Concert Hall. There’s also the Orange Route, which passes through Marina del Rey and several LAX Hotels. Check the itinerary below for more details on the stops for each bus.


Red Route
  • Chinese Theater
  • Guitar Center "Rock Walk"
  • Chateau Marmont Hotel
  • Sunset Strip
  • Beverly Hills (near Rodeo Drive)
  • Four Seasons Hotel
  • Beverly Center
  • La Brea Tar Pits/Museums
  • Farmer's Market & The Grove
  • Paramount Studios
  • Hollywood Forever Memorial Park
  • Sunset Boulevard
  • Jane's House

Blue Route
  • Chinese Theater
  • Universal City "CityWalk"
  • Hilton Universal
  • Sheraton Universal
  • Hollywood Bowl

Yellow Route

  • The Paley Center for Media/Beverly Hills City Hall
  • Annenburg Space for Photography
  • Westside Pavilion
  • Santa Monica Museum of Art
  • Venice Boardwalk (closest stop, does not stop directly at boardwalk)
  • Santa Monica Pier
  • 3rd Street Promenade
  • Brentwood Country Mart
  • Westwood/UCLA

Purple Route

  • La Plaza de Cultura y Artes
  • Japanese American National Museum/Little Tokyo
  • Grand Central Market
  • Jewelry District
  • Fashion District
  • Grammy Museum/LA Live/Nokia Theatre
  • Walt Disney Concert Hall
  • City Hall
  • Chinatown
Orange Route (Fisherman's Vilage, Waterside and LAX Hotels)
  • Fisherman's Village (Marina del Rey)
  • Waterside Shopping (Fiji Way)
  • Custom Hotel (Lincoln Blvd)
  • La Quinta Inn (Century Blvd)
  • Century Boulevard/Concourse Way
  • Hilton LAX (Century Blvd)
  • Sheraton Gateway (Century Blvd)
  • Radisson LAX (Century Blvd)
  • Lincoln Blvd/Manchester Ave
Black Route
  • Dolby Theater
  • Concourse Hotel (Century Blvd)
  • Sheraton Gateway (Century Blvd)
  • Century Blvd/Airport Blvd
  • Hilton LAX (Century Blvd)
  • Century Blvd (Concourse Way)
  • La Quinta
Please note: All routes are subject to change without notice


Viator Traveler's Reviews

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, Jan 2019

The tour buses were always clean, the staff friendly and helpful. We purchased the 48-hr tickets and were able to get all but 2 of the tours. I suggest you do the entire route and get the pass with the free wax museum ticket.

, Dec 2018

You have to plan carefully as some of the loops have late start times and/or early stop times and one loop has only 2 drop off and pick up times a day, meaning you have to stay out there all day or make your own way back to the other loops. Stops are often a block or two away from the place they are promoting, so make sure you can comfortably walk tat distance before getting off, or you could be stuck there for uptown 90mins in some cases. Staff at stops very friendly and happy to offer sightseeing advice.

, Dec 2018

The tour was great loved how they told the history of each spot. Loved how they have a lot of souvenir stores.

, Oct 2018

We basically used this to ride around the city. We got off only once or twice. It was fine and servedits purpose

, Aug 2018

Great trip, a little bit hot. It should be good to have something to protect us from the sun when you go on top of the bus. The rest is great!

, Aug 2018

Sometimes takes longer than 30min wait to catch the next bus but overall a great service. Got to see most of the sites we planned to see for the time we had there. Drivers were all very friendly and helpful.

, Jul 2018

very fun

, Jul 2018

Same red bus, different city. We chose to sit on top and catch all the great California rays as well as the sites. Highly recommend as the different routes get you al over the city.

, Jul 2018

Great tour.

, May 2018

A lot of the buses were not on time but pretty good.

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