The Warner Brothers tour is easily the most detailed and interactive tour of the selection. Visit your favorite TV show sets. Step into Central Perk and sit on the famous sofa used in the Friends TV show. Explore the museum of movie props and costumes from your favorite productions and visit some of the most iconic buildings to ever grace the silver screen. I'd highly recommend upgrading to the 6 hour deluxe tour which includes a three course meal in the Commissary Fine Dining Room. It's a great place to spot celebrities and Hollywood elite as they dine in the very same room.
Get your walking boots on as it's time to walk to the top of the Hollywood sign. Take in this legendary landmark and gaze out across the Los Angeles skyline.
Hollywood Boulevard is just a quick ride away. So let's go!
Hollywood's Walk of Fame will have you spoiled for choice with the numerous attractions on offer. From Ripley's Believe it or Not to Madame Tussauds, Hollywood Museum and the Chinese Theatre. There really is a lot to take in and whilst you're there grab a bite to eat at the Hard Rock Cafe' or enjoy one of the best burgers you will ever taste in your life at In N Out burger.
Take in the sights of the city as you tour around the local area. Spot your favourite celebrity's house, check out the Playboy mansion and explore the infamous locations that you will instantly recognize from your favourite film and TV shows. It's a great way to relax, unwind, let someone else do the driving and have a good time!
When it comes to cemeteries you never really associate them with the word fun. But even Hollywood make cemeteries interesting. See the late great names of years gone by and if you can get to the cemetery when they have the annual Dia De Los Muertos festival you will absolutely love it. They have carnivals, food stalls, live music and it's an incredible atmosphere where people celebrate the lives of those they have lost.
Real American burgers and hotdogs at the famous location. Carney's is a stones throw away from Hollywood Bouevard and there's lots of things to check out on the strip in which it's located.
No trip would be complete without a walk down Rodeo Drive. Go celebrity spotting, splash the cash in the variety of luxury stores or just take a few pictures (especially of the famous Bugatti Veyron outside the Bijan store).
Worth the walk, just be prepared to pay some serious dollar if you're stopping for a bite to eat. The prices make London look like the pound shop.
The end of Route 66 and a great place that you must check out when in Los Angeles. If Santa Monica Pier isn't your cup of tea then head to Venice Beach. Both are equally beautiful and there is plenty to see and do as you take in the sights. Relax by the beach and shop around.
It's a film studio, a theme park, a museum and more! Enjoy the interactive tram tour then head onto some great rides and explore everything that Universal Studios has to offer. You really need to be here for a full day because there is an unlimited number of things to do.
If you have the budget, upgrade your tickets to VIP and you'll get a backlot tour and when others are driving past on their standard tour, you'll be walking into and around some of the most famous locations in movie history. If you're a Back to the Future fan especially you will absolutely love the main square where they shot most of the film.
The prop house is also for VIP pass holders and is a HUGE warehouse full of goodies. You get a gourmet buffer dinner included and front of line passes all day as many times as you want. You can jump on any ride, all day, without waiting longer than a minute in a queue. It's AMAZING!