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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.
Los Angeles, 34.0928° N, 118.3287° W
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.
Are you traveling here from a nearby city? Learn more about charter bus rental in these areas, and how you can set up group transportation straight from these cities.