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Holidays to Hollywood​

Hooray for Hollywood, California! Soak up the sights of the world's movie-making capital and feel like you're a top-ranking A-Lister. Nestled in the hills above Los Angeles, Hollywood is the perfect place for movie-buffs and celebrity-spotters alike, with so many iconic sites your camera will be working overtime. From Hollywood Boulevard's  Walk of Fame and the red carpet of Grauman's Chinese Theatre, to the bright lights of Sunset Strip, you'll be treading in the footsteps of the stars.

Tinseltown remains a living, breathing entertainment machine and a tour of the studios is a must. Although some of the big names have moved out to the San Fernando Valley, Paramount stays loyal to Hollywood and you can visit the sets and stages where films like Titanic and Breakfast at Tiffany's were filmed. Plus there's Universal Studios of course, which serves up the winning combination of a working movie lot and knuckle-whitening rides and attractions.

You'll also want to do a little star-spotting during holidays to Hollywood, which means heading to restaurants like Chateau Marmont and Osteria Drago on Sunset Strip, or waiting on the other side of the red rope while big names turn out for movie premieres. And if you can't find any celebs in Hollywood, just head over to nearby Beverley Hills. You're sure to spot an A-Lister out shopping on Robertson Boulevard or Rodeo Drive.

It would be a crime to holiday here and not to catch a movie. Experience the real deal at one of the Hollywood originals, like the 1926 El Capitan theatre with its soaring ceilings, where Orson Welles debuted Citizen Kane. Then head out into the night  to sample some of Tinseltown's many restaurants, clubs and bars. You never know - you might be spotted by a studio mogul searching for their next major star!

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Walk of Fame

Walk of fame

Stretching for 15 blocks along Hollywood Boulevard and creeping into Vine Street, the Walk of Fame honours around 2,200 darlings of film, TV, radio, theatre and music. The names of the famous and not-so-famous are emblazoned on pink stars embedded in the sidewalk. Walk the mile-plus stretch and search out your favourite star.

Chinese Theatre

Holidays to Hollywood just wouldn't be complete without a visit to Grauman's Chinese Theatre (currently TCL Chinese Theatre), site of many a red carpet premiere. Catch a screening of the latest blockbuster; or go on a tour to see its amazing Asian design, plus the collection of hand- and foot-prints of movie stars from 1927 to the present.

Universal Studios

See behind the scenes at Universal Studios and learn the secrets of the silver screen. Tour the working sets, then immerse yourself in the world-class attractions and rides. Come face-to-face with King Kong in 3D, meet the Minions form Despicable Me, then help save the planet on Transformers: The Ride-3D.

Griffith Park

This 4,100-acre park has a stack of attractions, including the Griffith Observatory, Los Angeles Zoo, hiking trails, great people watching, and fabulous views across Los Angles from the top of Mount Hollywood. The Observatory is also a great place from which to stare dreamily at the iconic 'Hollywood' sign.

Sunset Strip

If you're in search of a bit of razzle-dazzle during holidays to Hollywood, then head to the billboards, neon signs, clubs and bars of Sunset Strip. There's great live music here at places like the Whisky a Go-Go, the Roxy and the Viper Rooms, or you can hang out with the eclectic crowd at the famous Rainbow Bar & Grill. For laughs, make a beeline for the Comedy Store.


Universal Studios Hollywood  
A working film studio and theme park, Universal Studios Hollywood is one of the oldest and most famous Hollywood film studios still in use. While there take the studio tour and go behind the scenes and see where your favourite movies come to life. Day tickets from only £86 per person.

Movie Star Home Tour  
You’ve seen their movies now you can see where you favourite stars actually live! On a Movie Stars’ Homes Tour you’ll get to see over 40 mansions on this fully narrated tour, sit back and relax and go where other tours can’t go, from £38 per person.

Walk of Fame
You’ve seen it in pictures but now it’s time to visit the Hollywood Walk of Fame yourself! Being one of the world’s most famous sidewalks, take a stroll to all the stars that it honours. Once you have found your favourite stars take time to visit the TCL Chinese Theatre (formerly Grauman's).

LA City Tour
See the famous sights of Hollywood and Los Angeles on a comprehensive City Tour. Visit major highlights such as Olvera Street, the birthplace of Los Angeles, the hand and footprints of your favourite movie stars Grauman's Chinese Theatre and the famous Hollywood sign from only £30 per person.

Hollywood - Behind the Scenes Walking Tour
Hollywood is a place, a name and a phenomenon known in every corner of the globe. But there is so much more to this mecca than just movies. Hollywood is a living museum of American architecture and history. Discover little known theatres, landmarks and architectural marvels on this insightful one hour walking tour! From £13 per person.

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Time Difference:
GMT- 8hours

Closest Airport:
Los Angeles International Airport (approx. 11 hours, direct flight).

Getting around:
Hire a car and explore the surrounding areas. Check out the great selection of dining options, attractions and local excursions available. Care hire is available from £20 per day .

Insider Tip:
For a ‘real’ Hollywood experience look out for tickets to be part of a studio audience on one of your favourite shows!

You’re going to need an ESTA:
For anyone travelling to the USA, the US authorities have imposed a requirement for passengers travelling under the Visa Waiver Programme (VWP), to register for Electronic Travel Authority. Just fill in the online application form which you can find at You will need to apply for entry via ESTA at least a minimum of 72 hours prior to travel.

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