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Discover the City of Angels with a Bus Rental and Charter in Los Angeles, California

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Los Angeles, California

Hop on a bus rental and charter Los Angeles, California to understand why so many people, Americans and foreigners alike, want to live in the City of Angels. Los Angeles is the second most populous city in America, next to New York City. The city is also known as the place where dreams are made of, spoken mostly by aspiring actors who try their luck in the city, hoping to eventually land a part in Hollywood. Los Angeles used to be part of Mexico in the 19th century but was later purchased by America by the end of the Mexican-American War.

A bus rental and charter Los Angeles, California is the perfect partner when exploring Lalaland

Los Angeles is a city inundated with wonderful sights. Tourists would not run out of places to see and activities to do. But when in LA, make sure to do these:

  • Celebrity sighting. Nobody would believe that you've been to Los Angeles if you have not spotted a celebrity. So take that bus rental and charter Los Angeles, California to Rodeo Drive for some celebrity sighting. If you are lucky, you can even get an autograph or a photo.
  • Concerts. Before booking that trip to Los Angeles, know which artists are having concerts on your tour dates. Rock stars, pop stars, hip-hop singers or the famed LA Philharmonic, it doesn't matter as long as you check out the LA music scene.
  • Hit the beach. Make sure you are bikini-ready when traveling to LA and stop by Venice Beach, which has been labeled as a global tourist destination.
  • Stack up on CDs. Los Angeles has the most number of independent record stores in the United States so make sure to drop by any of these shops to purchase albums that are not available anywhere else.
  • Clubbing. When in Los Angeles, be an Angelino and take in that famous LA party scene.
  • Strolling. Walk around the colorful Sunset Strip. Even if you don't want to shop or partake any of the LA food, walking around the strip is a must. The strip is lined with huge and colorful billboards.
  • Cruising. Take that bus rental and charter Los Angeles, California for a cruise around LA's hottest residential communities. Who knows? You might just spot a celebrity. The most popular of these residential communities is Beverly Hills (90209, 90210, 90211, 90212, 90213).

Entertainment and Amusement Parks

Los Angeles, Entertainment and Amusement Parks

As the seat of the entertainment industry in the world, Los Angeles is filled with entertainment sights and activities for guests. More than 40 million people visit Los Angeles City every year. Here are some entertainment must-stops when in a bus rental and charter in Los Angeles.

  • Hollywood Bowl (Los Angeles, CA 90068). This is the home of the LA Philharmonic but continues to host a large spectrum of musical diversity.
  • Hollywood Walk of Fame (Los Angeles, CA 90028). This is probably the most popular spot in LA, more popular than the stars on it. Tourists go as far as lying on the ground, next to the star of a favorite celebrity, for a photo opportunity.
  • Grauman's Chinese Theater. If the Hollywood Boulevard has a line of stars representing the celebrities, tourists might prefer getting a better personal connection with the stars in this theater, which also features the hand and foot prints of celebrities on concrete.
  • Lucky Strike Hollywood. The popular bowling alley in Hollywood Boulevard.
  • Madame Tussauds Hollywood. If you don't spot a celebrity on your trip to LA, then make sure to drop by Madame Tussauds for the next best thing - your favorite celebrity in wax.
  • Nokia Theatre. Home of the biggest Hollywood events.
  • RockWalk at the Guitar Center (Los Angeles, CA 90046). See the rock stars' prints immortalized in another way.
  • Walt Disney Concert Hall (Los Angeles, CA 90012). If you don't have the time to enjoy a concert, drop by this wondrous architecture designed by the famed Frank Gehry and take a photo.

Arts and culture

Los Angeles, Arts and culture

It may seem like LA is bereft of arts and culture with vain Angelinos taking so much pride in their looks. But the arts and culture scene in this city is still popular and important.

Here are some of the important institutions where a bus rental and charter in Los Angeles, California can take tourists to:

  • California Science Center (Los Angeles, CA 90037). This science museum is the largest in the West Coast area.
  • Geffen Contemporary at MOCA (Los Angeles, CA 90012). Hit two birds with one stone when you drop by this institution - you can learn about post-war art and get a glimpse of Little Tokyo nearby.
  • Getty Center (Getty Center Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90049). Vicente Van Gogh's Irises is just one of the more important arts displayed in this museum. It also houses the Getty Research Institute, which champions the advancement of knowledge on visual arts.
  • Griffith Park. This park is considered among the largest urban open spaces in North America and features activities that everybody, from the youngest kids to the senior citizens, can enjoy.
  • Japanese American National Museum. Located in Little Tokyo, learn about the culture of Japanese Americans here.
  • Los Angeles County Museum of Art (Los Angeles, CA 90036). More popular as LACMA, the magnificent urban light outdoor sculpture in front of the museum building will already tell you how priceless the items housed in the museum are.
  • Natural History Museum (Los Angeles, CA 90007). This museum houses about 35 million artifacts and specimens covering over 4.5 billion years.
  • Page Museum. A fossil museum right on the La Brea Tar Pits.

Restaurants and Shopping

Los Angeles, Restaurants and Shopping

Who says Angelinos don't eat? LA's line of restaurants and eateries should tell you that they love food and here are some of those must-try places:

  • Hama Sushi. Located in Little Tokyo, you can be sure to have the best authentic Japanese food here.
  • In-N-Out Burger. Even celebrities dine here after a long Hollywood event.
  • Intelligentsia Coffee Silver Lake Coffeebar (Los Angeles, CA 90029). The lines may be long in this coffee bar but it's worth it. After all, if you have to be a tourist in a particular city, you might as well try the best it has to offer.
  • Nobu. Yet another Japanese restaurant, but this one is frequented by stars.
  • The Ivy (Los Angeles, CA 90048). You must have heard of this and it's a sin not to try it for its food and for the paparazzi outside the place waiting for celebrities to make an appearance.
  • Zugo: The Liquitarian Truck (Los Angeles, CA 90011). A juice bar in a truck.

Of course, we all know that shopping in LA is a must. Make sure you direct that bus rental and charter in Los Angeles, California to these districts and shops:

  • Melrose Place (Los Angeles, CA 90069). It's not just a television show, it's a shopping destination.
  • Mohawk General Store. Clothing can be bought anywhere but the handcrafted homewares sold in this store are better souvenirs than key chains and shirts.
  • Rodeo Drive. This is where Julia Roberts' character in Pretty Woman shopped and if the shops are unbearably pricey, at least you've walked on the world famous shopping destination.
  • The Grove. This is where Extra films their daily entertainment news, but it's also a vast retail destination.
  • The Promenade at Howard Hughes Center (Los Angeles, CA 90045). Shop, dine and be entertained in this mixed use development.

Golf Courses and Sports Venues

Los Angeles, Golf Courses and Sports Venues

Among the many stops that a bus rental and charter in Los Angeles, California is the Staples Center (Los Angeles, CA 90015), which is known all over the world for the thousands of National Basketball Association (NBA) games played there. It is the home court of the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers of the NBA and the Los Angeles Sparks for the Women's NBA (WNBA).

It is also home of the Los Angeles Kings of hockey.

Some golf courses in the city are the Los Feliz Municipal Golf Course (Los Angeles, CA 90039), which is a 9-hole, 3-par golf course and the Rancho Park Golf Course (Los Angeles, CA 90064), which is a complete 18-hole golf course.

Other golf courses you can go to are:

  • Bel-Air Country Club
  • Brentwood Country Club of Los Angeles
  • Chester Washington Golf Course
  • Harding and Wilson Municipal Golf Course
  • Hillcrest Country Club
  • Los Angeles Country Club
  • Maggie Hathaway Golf Course
  • Mountain Gate Country Club
  • Roosevelt Municipal Golf Course
  • Westchester Golf Course
  • Wilshire Country Club

Historical Sites and Landmarks

Los Angeles, Historical Sites and Landmarks

Take that bus rental and charter Los Angeles, California for a spin in the business district to gaze up the city's two skyscrapers collectively known as the California Plaza (Los Angeles, CA 90071). But this is not the only landmark in the city, here are others, including the most famous landmark of all—the Hollywood sign:

  • Coca-Cola Building (Los Angeles, CA 90021). This building has been designated as a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument.
  • Exposition Park. The park is home to the LA Memorial Coliseum, LA Memorial Sports Arena, Natural History Museum of LA County, an IMAX theater, among others.
  • Frank Lloyd Wright's Ennis House (Los Angeles, CA 90027). Known as the Ennis House, this structure is dubbed as the perfect example of a Mayan revival architecture.
  • Hollywood sign. No one would believe that you've been to LA if you don't have a picture of the Hollywood sign, the most popular LA or California landmark. The sign can be seen in almost all nook of LA but for a closer inspection, you can go to Mount Lee.
  • La Brea Tar Pits / Hancock Park. A group of tar pits developed into the Hancock Park.
  • La Plaza at Olvera Street. Olvera is the oldest street in LA but every day is like a festival with its Mariachi music that encourages visitors to dance.
  • Whitley Heights (Los Angeles, CA 90189). Named after the 'father of Hollywood” Hobart Johnstone Whitley, this residential area was enrolled in the National Register of Historic Places.

Did you know that there are more than 220 sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places? So it would make a lot of sense to get on a bus rental and charter in Los Angeles California to try and fit as many of these places in your itinerary in a day or two.

Explore the different historic districts:

  • 27th Street Historic District
  • 52nd Place Historic District
  • Alvarado Terrace Historic District
  • Arroyo Seco Parkway Historic District
  • Boulevard Heights Historic District
  • Broadway Theater and Commercial District
  • Hollywood Boulevard Commercial and Entertainment District
  • Hollywood High School Historic District
  • Little Tokyo Historic District
  • Los Angeles Plaza Historic District
  • Menlo Avenue-West Twenty-ninth Street Historic District
  • North University Park Historic District
  • Pisgah Home Historic District
  • South Bonnie Brae Tract Historic District
  • South Serrano Avenue Historic District
  • Spring Street Financial District
  • St. James Park Historic District
  • Twentieth Street Historic District
  • Van Buren Place Historic District
  • Venice Canal Historic District
  • Whitley Heights Historic District
  • Wilton Historic District
  • Yamashiro Historic District

Or see the notable houses such as

  • Banning House
  • Bradbury House
  • Case Study Houses
  • Eames House
  • Edward Alexander Kelley Hackett House
  • Ennis House
  • Eugene W. Britt House
  • Frederick Hastings Rindge House
  • Frederick Mitchell Mooers House
  • Garbutt House
  • George R. Kress House
  • Hale House
  • Halifax Apartments
  • Holmes-Shannon House
  • John Sowden House
  • Lovell House
  • Lummis House
  • Machell-Seaman House
  • Miller and Herriott House
  • Montecito Apartments
  • Mount Pleasant House
  • Petitfils-Boos House
  • Ralph J. Bunche House
  • Samuel Freeman House
  • Stimson House
  • Storer House
  • Strathmore Apartments
  • Susana Machado Bernard House and Barn
  • The Town House
  • Warren Wilson Beach House
  • Will Rogers House

Also check out the places of worship such as the Al Malaikah Temple – Shrine Auditorium, Angelus Temple, Congregation B'nai B'rith – Wilshire Boulevard Temple, Congregation Talmud Torah – Breed Street Shul, Highland Park Masonic Temple, Hollywood Masonic Temple, McCarty Memorial Christian Church, Prince Hall Masonic Temple, Second Baptist Church, Second Church of Christ, Scientist, and St. John's Episcopal Church.

And these notable buildings, as well:

  • American Trona Corporation Building
  • Board of Trade Building
  • Bradbury Building
  • Brockman Building and New York Cloak and Suit House (annex)
  • Bullock's Wilshire Building
  • Executive Office Building, Old Warner Brothers Studio
  • Garfield Building
  • Garment Capitol Building
  • General Petroleum Building
  • Gerry Building
  • Golden State Mutual Life Insurance Building
  • Granada Shoppes and Studios
  • Guaranty Building
  • Heinsbergen Decorating Company Building
  • James Oviatt Building
  • Kerckoff Building and Annex
  • Neutra Office Building
  • Pacific Electric Building
  • Pellissier Building
  • Roosevelt Building
  • Sears, Roebuck & Company Mail Order Building
  • Subway Terminal Building
  • Superior Oil Company Building
  • Textile Center Building
  • The Bricker Building
  • Title Guarantee and Trust Company Building

Parks and Outdoor Activities

Los Angeles, Parks and Outdoor Activities

You'd think that LA is just about glitz and glamour, but it's still a haven for the outdoorsy lot. Here are some of the places that a bus rental and charter in Los Angeles, California should take you:

  • Runyon Canyon. This is where celebrities hike, bike and stroll with their dogs. But for tourists, this is a perfect spot to get a view of the city of LA.
  • Santa Monica Beach (Los Angeles, CA 90401).
  • Venice Beach (Los Angeles, CA 90291). This residential seaside town is home to the Venice canal, boardwalk known as the Ocean Front Walk and the beaches.

Zoos and Aquariums

Los Angeles, Zoos and Aquariums

Los Angeles Zoo (Los Angeles, CA 90027). This zoo paired with a botanical garden is almost five decades old.

Other Points of Interest

Check out listings of events in the city of Los Angeles as you might be able to participate or experience some of noted activities within your travel date. One newer attraction in the city is the Downtown LA Art Walk, which, as the name suggests, is a walkthrough of the local art scene. But this is an intermittent activity, so check out the schedule.

Another popular event is the Scare LA exhibition. Since Hollywood is an expert in making scary movies, the popular scary characters are put on display. There are also classes taught by Hollywood experts. If your scheduled trip to LA coincides with the Scare LA program, make sure to drop in.

It is going to be a long trip around Los Angeles City with all these spots and activities. But with a bus rental and charter in Los Angeles, California, the sightseeing is sure to be fun and comfortable.

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