The Hollywood neighborhood in Los Angeles has a lot to offer. It’s hard to see everything in a day, but if your group is going to give it your best shot, you’ll want a bus rental in Los Angeles. Having a driver to pick you up and drop you off from your desired locations takes a lot of the transportation logistics off your shoulders.
Hollywood’s history as the movie capital of the world dates back to 1911, when the first motion picture was made on the west coast of the United States. While few movie studios remain in the neighborhood today, it’s still bustling with plenty of activity, including tons of shopping and a plethora of nightlife options. The neighborhood boasts more than 840 shops, 460 restaurants, 280 nightlife options, 55 grocery stores, 20 banks, and 180 fitness options.
The Hollywood neighborhood’s history and famous sites, such as the Hollywood Walk of Fame, attract millions of visitors every year. The neighborhood is bordered on the west by West Hollywood and Fairfax. To the north, you’ll find Hollywood Hills and to the south it’s bordered by Hancock Park and Larchmont. As you might imagine, East Hollywood lies to the east of the Hollywood neighborhood.
Because of its popularity, traffic in the Hollywood neighborhood can turn streets into parking lots at the busiest times of the year, and sometimes on a random Tuesday afternoon as well. While the neighborhood is pretty walkable, there are destinations on opposite sides that’ll likely be too much of a hike for your group. Renting an LA charter bus is the best way to get your group to and from your preferred destinations throughout the Hollywood neighborhood.
The Hollywood neighborhood offers no shortage of attractions. The TCL Chinese Theatre and El Capitan Theatre are two popular venues for movies and theatrical performances. Take the Paramount Pictures Studio Tour to see some of the sets from your favorite movies and sort through hundreds of crazy props in the prop warehouse. If your group wants to get a little physical activity in before hitting the town to experience Hollywood’s nightlife, take a hike up to the Hollywood Sign. You can go up the front for the easier, more popular route or come up the backside for the tougher, steeper route.
When it comes to live music, the Avalon Hollywood & Bardot is an electronic club venue set in a historic theater. It’s well known for dancing into the wee hours of the night (or morning!). If you’re looking for more music options, you might also like the club scenes at locations like Lure, Boulevard3, or Sound Nightclub.
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