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.
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.
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.
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.
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.