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Oct 18, 2013 - Amazing Cultural Places to Hit in Los Angeles

We know how excited you can get when you are visiting a place like Los Angeles, the city of Angels...we know we do too even though we quite literally travel back and forth most major cities in the United States all the time. There is something about Los Angeles that makes you think and believe that anything is possible, ANYTHING. And if you only have a very short period of time to spend in LA, then you have to know which places are simply must-sees and which you can leave unchecked.

The Getty Villa
Located along the Pacific Coast Highway of Pacific Palisades, The Getty Villa cuts as picturesque view even from afar. Why? Well, this Los Angeles charter bus rental tourist destination is essentially a mansion dedicated to the art of ancient Greeks. So, in the museum, you will get to see and explore exhibits about many other classic civilizations as well, including the Romans.

As mentioned by some of our Los Angeles charter bus rental customers have said after a visit to Getty Villa, if you can’t get to Rome or Athens, then visiting the Getty Villa is seriously the next best thing you can do. There is just a whole load of beautiful artwork and artifacts that you can learn about.

Hollywood Walk of Fame
Whenever you are in Los Angeles, visiting the Hollywood Walk of Fame is an absolute MUST. After all, this is where everything Hollywood began and it is so awesome to be able to see the over two thousand tributes to these significant individuals who have made important contributions whether in the film, radio, TV, theatre or music industries. All these people have made their mark in Hollywood and are recognized names in their respective industries. Named as one of the most popular tourist attractions not just in charter bus Los Angeles, but in the entire country, visiting this tourist magnet is a must whenever you are here.

The Hollywood Walk of Fame is located on both sides of Hollywood Boulevard and various other locations. Finding them might be tough if you do not know the area well but head over to http://www.walkoffame.com/ for detailed description and locations.

Grauman’s Chinese Theatre
Grauman’s Chinese Theatre is where you get to look at some of the Tinseltown theatre’s most famous dedication in the form of footprints, autographs and handprints. It is located near Hollywood Boulevard, therefore, make this your second Los Angeles charter bus stop when you are down with Walk of Fame.