Want to get away but lack the time or money? This daylong tour "takes you away" to all the best that Los Angeles has to offer. Explore on foot and by public transit as you get a feel for what it really means to live in Los Angeles. Sure, you'll see all the tourist musts like the Hollywood sign, Rodeo Drive and Venice Beach, but you'll also visit a hidden garden oasis on Hollywood Boulevard, learn about film and television history at a local media museum, and take a bike ride along the Pacific Ocean's famous beach path. Locals know that the best lunch to be had isn't in a fancy restaurant, but at the Farmers Market, which is a historic landmark that's been running continuously since 1934. You'll grab lunch from one (or more) of the plethora of food vendors before heading to a bakery and then on to a stroll along the glamorous Rodeo Drive. By the end of this 8-hour guided adventure, you'll come away feeling like you've gotten away -- and having a new appreciation for this wonderful city.
Light layers, sunscreen, a hat, and sunglasses are recommended year round, as is comfortable footwear for walking.
Children under the age of 6 might find the day-long tour difficult. Admission for those under the age of 6 is free, but please inform the tour company firstname.lastname@example.org ahead of time via email.
Local English-speaking tour guide; Metro transportation during the tour; community garden donation; cupcake tasting; museum entrance; bike rental.
What’s Not Included:
Lunch; additional food and drink; souvenirs; tips and gratuities; return transport to the starting point.