10+ Best Things To Experience In Los Angeles

the-biggest-largest-la-limo-services-for-los-angeles-limousine-rental-limos-for-rentTHE CITY OF ANGELS is in a class all by itself. This magnificent city isn’t just America’s second-largest, but is home to an array of interesting attractions and beloved landmarks in world-class. The art museum at the Getty Center is just an example and along Miracle Mile you’ll find numerous great museums such as the underrated car museum, Petersen Automative Museum. Downtown’s Grammy Museum is another hit, while maybe the most popular beaches are Venice- and Santa Monica Beaches while the prettier ones might be Manhattan- and Redondo Beaches. The beautiful stretch of white sandy beaches of Malibu, located along the famous Pacific Coastal Highway, are often less crowded but well worth checking out. Along Colorado Street, which is the closest thing to an LA main street, you will find many quaint cafés, restaurants, galleries, bars and pubs. Let us present some of the things you absolutely shouldn’t skip on your Californication!

limousine-rentals-in-santa-barbara-california-solvang-transferWhen cruising down the California Coast there are many places to explore. Solvang is California’s historic Danish settlement and the town comes across as a postcard-picture from Denmark. Established as a Danish settlement in 1911, Solvang was among the first Danish colonies in America (along with Danebod, Minnesota and Ames, Iowa among others). Further south is where we find Santa Barbara, also known as the American Riviera. This affluent and idyllic city appears in numerous movies: Psych (2008), Pirates of the Caribbean III (2006), Disney’s Hidalgo (2003), and many more. Our limos for rent have been featured in many TV-shows in Santa Barbara, including the Bachelor (2003) and the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (2010). The movie Sideways (2004) not only made the vineyards of Santa Ynez famous, but was also filmed in Santa Barbara. For your exclusive Santa Ynez Valley-, Temecula- or Malibu wine tasting tours you can give us a call for an unforgettable day in SoCal’s wine country. Make sure to visit the beach promenade, the pier and State Street for a signature Santa Barbara experience. With its beautiful harbor, fancy cars, great shopping and great eateries, the American Riviera is a must for anyone traveling to Southern California.

malibu-wineries-by-la-limo-services-on-exclusive-malibu-wine-tasting-tours-in-the-los-angeles-vineyardsAn hour south of Santa Barbara is where we find Malibu, also called Beach City USA. This beautiful LA suburb is the ultimate destination for those looking for the iconic Californication. Here you can see the houses of the rich and famous, spend the day sunbathing on one of the many white sandy beaches, or enjoy a dinner while looking out over the Pacific. While eateries such as Duke’s Malibu and Paradise Cove Beach Café are located on the beach itself, Nobu Malibu and the Carbon Beach Club Restaurant are two of the many restaurants overlooking the ocean. Often overlooked for wine tasting venues in Santa Barbara County and Temecula, the Malibu Canyons have the absolute closest vineyards to LA. Here you can enjoy Malibu wine tasting tours to venues such Rosenthal overlooking the sea, or venture inland to the canyons for gorgeous scenery at wineries such as Malibu Family Wines, Cornell Winery, SIP Malibu Grapes, and Malibu & Vine.

Eighteen miles south of Malibu is where we find the City of Santa Monica, one of the most visited areas in the Greater LA Area. Famously depicted in the long running TV-series Baywatch, the Santa Monica Beach and its pier are musts to see in LA. Don’t forget to wander up Third Street Promenade for some great shopping at the Santa Monica Place and many nearby shops. Enjoy a meal at the pier or stroll along the beachfront down to the interesting Venice Beach. Here you can see the famous Muscle Beach, stroll the Venice Canals or people watch along the beach.

limo-rentals-in-la-limo-los-angeles-limousine-rentalAfter spending the day at the beach, go for a limousine rental to venture up Mulholland Drive on your way to the Hollywood Sign. With beautiful views of the city, the nearby Griffith Observatory offers some of the greatest LA skyline views. When it starts to get dark the views from the observatory are unmatched. Another signature LA nighttime experience is a stroll along the Hollywood Walk of Fame. LAX sedan and limos often transfer clients to the Hollywood Boulevard for landmarks such as the Chinese Theater, Kodak Theater, Ripleys Believe It Or Not, Guinness Records Museum, and many more. The 387,000 sq. ft. Hollywood & Highland shopping mall is a frequent stop for shoppers.

The unusually exclusive (& expensive) Beverly Hills area is a fun stop. Here you can experience original window shopping at Rodeo Drive or go for one of the many Star tours for an opportunity to see celebrity homes in Beverly Hills’ neighborhoods and nearby Bell Air. You can also pick up a Star Map and go celebrity sightseeing yourself – by car or by one of the city’s limo services. Our limos and Los Angeles party bus vehicles are often hired for celebrity sightseeing throughout the city. We know the stars better than most!

tours-at-universal-studios-hollywood-limos-for-rent-in-los-angeles-limo-services-in-2016While in Los Angeles, don’t forget to set off a day to visit the Universal Studios and adjacent Universal CityWalk. At the studios you can go on tours of various filming locations (e.g. Psycho, Desperate Housewives, Jaws) followed by a lot of fun in the many park rides. By buying a First In Line Pass at Universal you will not only skip the long waiting lines, but you will often get the chance of exclusive meetings with various actors. Especially fun to see are the movie sets from War of the Worlds, the Mysteria Lane neighborhood from Desperate Housewives and the motel from Psycho. The Shrek-, Mummy- and Jurassic Park rides are a lot of fun for kids and adults in every age group. Limousine rental customers often prioritize the Simpsons Ride, the Special Effects Show, Terminator 3 3D, and the Waterworld Show. After spending the day at the studios there is no reason to leave Universal City. Go for a stroll on the adjacent Universal CityWalk for a dinner at Hard Rock Café Hollywood or a movie at the IMAX theater.

the-warner-bros-studio-tour-by-american-luxury-limousine-rental-la-limoThere’s an abundance of theme parks and studios in the LA region. Why not head to the Warner Bros Studios, Disneyland, Six Flags Magic Mountain or Knott’s Berry Farm next?? By a Los Angeles party bus or not, older kids will have a lot of fun riding some of nation’s fastest rollercoasters at Six Flags. Younger kids will love the rides at Knott’s Berry Farm, while the original one-and-only Disneyland is a must on anyone’s Californication. Looking for a water park instead? Don’t worry. Los Angeles has it all. Why not check out Valencia’s Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, Knott’s Soak City in Buena Park, or Disney’s California Adventure in Anaheim? The nearby Great Wolf Lodge Garden Grove is another nearby pick for an affordable indoor water park. We’ve also had even foreigners calling from the airport in need for an LAX sedan in order to head for the Pacific Park amusement park on the Santa Monica Pier, the Balboa Fun Zone by Balboa Island in Laguna Beach as well as the merry-go-rounds in Long Beach’ Shoreline Village.

studio-tour-sets-in-los-angeles-party-bus-and-limos-for-rent-by-la-limoFor possibly the most iconic Hollywood adventure, head on one of the LA area’s many exclusive film studio tours! Besides the previously mentioned Universal Studios, there are tons of other studio tours to enjoy in the Greater Los Angeles Area. While people utilizing our limos for rent often love to see the film sets of series such as Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune on the Sony Pictures Studio tour, others enjoy the sets from the Tonight Show and Saturday Night Live at the studio tours at the NBC Studios. Why just visit the studios when you can partake in a live audience? Conan, the Dr. Phil Show, Ellen DeGeneres Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live, the Talk and Wheel of Fortune are just a couple of the many TV shows filmed with LA audiences. Most studios and talk show tapings take place in the Hollywood area, Burbank and Studio City. Give limo services a call to set up your visit to the studios – for a tour of famous filming locations or to attend the audience for your favorite television series.

The City of Angels is a widespread metropolis that has more to offer than most places. Before venturing on your trip or tours in the Southern California region, make sure to make a list in advance of what to see, visit and experience while in Los Angeles. Newcomers and newly arrived tourists at LAX are oftentimes overwhelmed when arriving in LA. “Where should I begin?” is a question we get more than any other. And that with good reason. L.A. is the place that has it all, so making a few priorities fitting your preferences will make your trip to America’s 2nd biggest city more fun and memorable. Bon Voyage!

5 Best Things To Do In Los Angeles!

2016-SoCal-Los-Angeles-limousine-la-limo-service-companyThere are a lot of opinions about this famous city on the American West Coast. To experience the city to the fullest going on a limo tour of the city might be an option. Anyone visiting the region should do planning in advance on what landmarks, activities and attractions to experience. An enormous metropolis with over 17 million residents, 30 million tourists visit the city annually. Los Angeles is Beverly Hills, Hollywood, Universal Studios Venice, Downtown, Santa Monica and more, which means the attractions here are spread throughout a huge area. This means you should set of at minimum 3-4 days in order to experience the city to its fullest, while of course depending on what you want to see and do while in the city. Some of the most popular attractions here include Beverly Hills’ Rodeo Drive, Griffith Observatory, Getty Center, Universal Studios Hollywood, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Downtown’s Olvera Street and Santa Catalina Island. When arriving at LAX you’ll feel familiar – even if you’ve never been to the the area. The palm trees, broad street and the overlooking Hollywood Sign are apparent in various movies and TV-series.

Some of California’s best beaches

limos-in-Orange-County-LAX-sedanThere’s an array of spacious sandy beaches in the nearby area. The most visited and famous beaches are Santa Monica- and Venice Beaches, and also Zuma and smaller ones in Malibu. For a less crowdy and often better beach, head south to Manhattan-, Hermosa- or Redondo Beaches in southern parts of the county. Here you’ll find huge beaches, small-town bathing communities and beautiful villas. Even further south are some of California’s most gorgeous beaches, including Laguna- and 1,000 Steps Beaches in Orange County. Many Malibu wine tour riders with us often combine wine touring in Malibu with beaching at for instance the El Matador State Beach or Leo Carrillo State Beach. For dining on the beach, check out the Paradise Cove Beach Café at Paradise Cove Beach or Duke’s near Malibu Point. Santa Monica’s Back on the Beach Café or Marina del Rey’s Cheesecake Factory are additional options. For accommodation near the beaches, check out Shutters on the Beach in Santa Monica, Venice on the Beach Hotel, or the Malibu Beach Inn in Malibu. At the Malibu Beach Inn is where the Carbon Beach Club Restaurant is located, where you can enjoy a meal while overlooking the beach from your hotel.

Shop till you drop

hollywood-limousines-and-partybusesMoney goes quick in a place like LA. Wherever you go in the area there is great and exciting nearby shopping. If you have a big enough wallet, Rodeo Drive and the Beverly Center in Beverly Hills are the spots for you. Here you’ll find exclusive stores like Gucci, Prada, Fendi, Versace, and more. Even if you can’t afford shopping, exploring and window-shopping in this places are a lot of fun. There are also good and affordable options here for lunch or celebrity sightseeing. The more popular places for actual shopping are places such as the famous Third Street Promenade, the Fashion District, Little Tokyo, the Grove and Hollywood and Highland. The Venice Boardwalk, Hollywood Walk of Fame and Downtown’s Olvera Street are great spots if you’re looking for something unique. Santa Monica Place on Third Street Promenade is a great mall for shopping. Here you’ll find shops such as Victoria’s Secret, Abercrombie & Fitch, Sephora, Urban Outfitters, and many more. The outlets are the place to go if you’re looking for a better deal. Try for instance Citadel Outlets, Nordstrom Rack or the Camarillo Outlets. Here you can find popular brands for half the price. With its dancing fountains, Frank Sinatra music and tram – the Grove is a must for anyone who likes shopping. This is also the location of the original Farmer’s Market, as well as numerous retail stores as Zara, Barneys New York, and more. Whether it’s for Korean BBQ or Mexican tacos – also make sure to check out the great eateries at the Grove. The tacos at the Loteria Grill are amazing! Shopaholics will definitely like Santa Barbara’s main street: State Street is walkable and is packed with shops, bars and restaurants. The $1 city tram makes exploring State Street easy and affordable. Riding with a Los Angeles limousine for a day of shopping at Westfield Topanga or the Americana At Brand. For a great mall and food court, the Westside Pavilion is a nice mall with retail stores such as H&M, Foot Locker, Forever 21 and Aldo.

Fun activities

Whether you’re looking for the fastest rollercoasters, most scenic vineyards or exciting celebrity sightseeing, the City of Angels has it all! Are you more interested in movie-making? Book an L.A.- or LAX sedan service with destination Universal Studios or Warner Bros.! Six Flags Magic Mountain has some of America’s fastest rollercoasters and is another attraction in itself. Traveling with kids? The L.A. Zoo, Disneyland or Knott’s Berry Farm are all great options for the whole family. Make sure not to forget famous landmarks such as the Hollywood Sign or the Hollywood Walk of Fame. When you are tired of the tourists, head up to the gorgeous harbor in Santa Barbara or explore the vineyards on a Santa Ynez- or Malibu wine tour! Looking for an affordable activity to fill the holiday? How about visiting the Santa Monica Pier, Muscle Beach and the Venice Boardwalk? Also free of charge is visiting the Getty Museum or beautiful Griffith Observatory, which overlooks the city. Tired of the city? Venture to America’s largest urban park, Griffith Park, and you may get a glimpse of the native Mountain lion or celebrities jogging by. For the most outdoorsy visitor or Angeleno, the Channel Islands National Park is a great pick for exploring the native California. Here you can see beautiful nature and species of fauna and flora found nowhere else on Earth. The endemic Channel Island Fox as well as Bald eagles also inhabit Santa Catalina Island, another short boat-ride away but full of exciting activities. Here you can enjoy the sun at Descanso Beach, dine by the ocean or head for an inland Jeep tour of the island.

Unbeatable nightlife

hollywood-nightlife-party-bus-nightclubsThe city’s nightlife is as diverse as its people and here is something for everyone. From famous celebrity bars to the all-night dance clubs. Many riding with in a LA limo head to the Hollywood Bowl, Staples Center, Nokia Theater and many other entertainment venues. For a schedule of upcoming musical performances and up-to-date itineraries see laweekly.com. Whether by limos or party buses, cruising Sunset after sundown in a chauffeured luxury vehicle will be a memorable experience. Some popular dance clubs include the Avalon, Zanzibar, the Sound, King King, the Mayan, Rage, the Playhouse, the Conga Room, and many more. Many of the Hollywood nightclubs and bars are located in the same areas, which makes for perfect club- or bar hopping with limousines or party buses. For bars, check out Downtown’s Rooftop Bar at the Standard, Elevate Lounge, the Viper Room, House of Blues, or the famous Whiskey A Go Go. Whiskey A Go Go on Sunset Boulevard was once the famous hangout spot for the Doors and Janis Joplin, while the Viper Room might be most known for being previously owned by Johnny Depp and the place of death for River Phoenix. Both the House of Blues and the Martini Lounge on Melrose have concerts throughout the year with famous and not-too-famous performers. Hollywood’s Comedy Club is another great place for nightly entertainment, a place many Hollywood comedians began their careers. The Rooftop Bar at the Standard in Downtown might have the best views of any bar, situated atop of a Downtown skyscraper. The roof’s heated swimming pool, beautiful interior and intense red floor make for a great place to spend the night overlooking the city. Whether by limo or LAX sedan service, contact us for nighttime transportation.

Most gorgeous views

Our widespread city has tons of options for great photographing. For the best panoramic LA views and skylines, try heading to one of the best lookout points such as the Griffith Observatory or the Getty Center. Both Griffith Observatory and the Getty Center are Southern California landmarks, free of charge to enjoy, and offer great overlooks of the city and surrounding areas. Griffith Observatory is located in America’s largest urban park – Griffith Park – and sits at one of the region’s many hills. With its close proximity to yet another Griffith Park landmark, the observatory is often combined with Los Angeles limousine rides to the Hollywood Sign, which also can be seen from the observatory. The Getty Center is another free activity and must to visit for anyone traveling to the region. Here you park in the underground parking lot and head up the hill with the museum tram. The Getty Center has an impressive collection of paintings, sculptures and other art works. We would recommend taking an LA limo here after sunset to see the bright lights of town! Other overlook points include Turnbull Canyon, Angels Point in Elysian Park, Vista Hermosa Park, and the Runyon Canyon Park. The rooftop bar at the Perch has a great overlook of Downtown, and many don’t realize that the roof of City Hall is not only open to the public, but also offers breathtaking views of Downtown.