Los Angeles provides the most exciting tours to discover greater places, the opportunity to visit all the major attractions as Disneyland,
J.Paul Getty Museum, Universal Studios, Knotts Berry farm and Sea World. Also you can visit the Hollywood Boulevard and the Sunset Strip,
those legendary streets, Chinese Theatre and its celebrity, Melrose, Hardrock Cafe, Rodeo Drive, the Farmer's Market, the La Brea Tar Pits,
Olvera Street, Chinatown, the Music Center and all other sites that you've seen in the movies or on TV. While visiting The Universal Studios you can
see how and where your favorite movies and TV shows are filmed.|
Haunted Hearse Tours PO Box 461145, Hollywood (tel 323/782-9652). Better have a strong taste for the morbid to spend two and a half hours in the back of a Cadillac hearse, tracking down the location of every eventful death, scandal, perverted sex act and drug orgy ever to have tainted Hollywood.
Neon Cruises 501 W Olympic Blvd, downtown (tel 213/489-9918). Three-hour-long, eye-popping evening tours of LA's best remaining neon art, once a month on Saturdays, sponsored by the Museum of Neon Art.
SPARC tours: the Murals of LA 685 Venice Blvd, Venice (tel 310/822-9560). Expert tours through the "mural capital of the world." Pointing out remarkable neighborhood landmarks all over the city - community art in a cultural context.
Black LA Tours tel 323/750-9267. Black historical and entertainment tours of once-famed Central Avenue and key African-American history museums and cultural attractions.
The California Native 6701 W 87th Place (tel 310/642-1140 or 1-800/926-1140). Go sea-kayaking, tour the uninhabited islands off the coast of California. Adventure tours $195 and up.
Googie Tours (tel 323/980-3480). Groovy treks to space-age glass and formica diners, quirky cocktail lounges and classic fast-food joints.