Los Angeles: Celebrity Homes 2-Hour Sightseeing Tour
- Duration: 2 hours
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It was a chilly and foggy day, bad for us tourists. Thankfully I was by myself, so I sat up front with the driver and HEAT! It's an open window bus, so I imagine it was pretty chilly, especially when went got onto the highway to the Grove. Levi is an excellent guide, lots of fun facts, he stopped or slowed down for any picture opportunities. Love the Santa Monica pier, the Griffith Observatory (the exhibits in the building were awesome, if I had known I would have headed there right after taking pictures of the Hollywood sign). I thought gawking at the celebrity houses was a bit much. Overall a great experience and I would highly recommend!
The day was a bit chilly, so apparently lots of people had cancelled. It was just us two and another person, yet the tour still went ahead which was great. The tour guide Sammy privided us with blankets to protect from the harsh winds. There is only one stop where you get out and takd pictures with the Hollywood sign and the downtown LA skyline, but there are plenty of times along the way where the car stops for a moment to let you take pictures of the celebrity homes. All in all, we enjoyed the tour and it was a good way of noting places you think are worth coming back to on your own.
This tour is a really good way of seeing Los Angeles. We did the two day so we could do the red route one day (Hollywood, Beverley hills and surrounding areas) and blue route (Santa Monica Piet/Venice beach) the next. The guides were friendly some more informative than others. Would definitely recommend
I was expecting the tour to be as described, on a big tour bus. But when I arrived I found out my boyfriend, his friend and myself were going to get the private celebrity tour In a Tesla with Stonerrob as our tour guide! To say the least this tour was one for the books!
Alana was a great tour guide. I was hesitant about taking a 7 hour tour, but it was a wonderful way to view so many different sites in one day. And you didn't feel rushed at each stop. I'd encourage it for any first timer.