2-Day Tour in Los Angeles

Explore all Los Angeles!
2 days
from $287


The concentration of Los Angeles attractions on this 2-day tour is extremely high. Up to 25 things to do in LA, including Hollywood, Downtown and off the beaten path of LA in between. 

*The tour can be modified to meet your preferences.


Day 1.

  1. Walt Disney Concert Hall
  2. Grand Park
  3. Los Angeles City Hall
  4. Union Station and El Pueblo
  5. Bradbury Building
  6. The Broad, or the Museum of Contemporary Art, or both
  7. Los Angeles Central Library
  8. Pershing Square
  9. Grand Central Market
  10. Angel’s Flight Railway
  11. Tallest skyscrapers of DTLA. Financial district
  12. Broadway Theater District
  13. Microsoft Theater
  14. Staples
  15. LA Live

Drop off at the LA Live, OR Grammy Museum, OR LACMA, Petersen Automotive Museum and La Brea Tar Pits


Day 2

  1. The Grove
  2. Rodeo Drive
  3. Sunset Strip
  4. Hollywood Boulevard
  5. Hollywood Walk of Fame
  6. Hollywood Forever Cemetery
  7. TCL Chinese and Dolby Theaters

Drop off at Hollywood, OR Griffith Observatory and Griffith Park, OR the Getty Center 


  • Experience the veritable melting pot of history, cultures and environment in Downtown LA;
  • Hear fun facts about the Hollywood Walk of Fame;
  • Enjoy the creative boutiques, extraordinary architecture and delightful murals;
  • Check Los Angeles’ birthplace;
  • Take advantage of perfect photo opportunities;
  • Explore all the hottest draws in LA’s districts: The Broad, The Grove, Rodeo Drive, Hollywood Walk of Fame and more!

Tour Itinerary:

Day 1

Walt Disney Concert Hall

Any time is good time to visit Los Angeles, because 6,500 stainless steel panels of the outside walls of the Walt Disney Hall are so photogenic under LA sunshine. Every single panel has its own size and shape.

You would like to see this building that really looks like a jet, wouldn’t you?

Grand Park

Summer movie night, yoga class in spring or N.Y.E.L.A. - New Year's Eve LA, Grand Park plays host to all cool things that attract local and tourists all year round. We’re going to take a stroll along the 12-acre green space from Music Center to City Hall, which will give you a lot of excellent photo ops.

Los Angeles City Hall

In DTLA you’ll find the majority tourist sights, and LA City Hall is probably the most underrated sight. The 27-story legend built in 1928 combines Mediterranean, Classical and Modern styles and offers free tours from 9 AM to noon on weekdays.

And how about spectacular vistas with 360-degree views of Los Angeles? For free!

Union Station and El Pueblo

Union Station is much more than a transit center of Los Angeles. It’s am awe-inspiring architectural masterpiece blending Art Deco, Streamline Modern, Spanish Revival styles and Moorish details. You’ll remember the 77-years-old Union Station for high ceilings, marble floors and a lot of history!

And then don’t miss El Pueblo – the birthplace of Los Angeles.

You’ll love it!

Bradbury Building

The most iconic commercial building in Downtown Los Angeles and one of the oldest structures in LA!

The Broad, or the Museum of Contemporary Art

This art cluster has no rivals in America. Neither New York City, nor San Francisco or Chicago can beat the Impressive collection of these two giants. The $130-million Broad with 2000 pieces of art or the MOCA downtown Los Angeles with about 5000 artworks are the epicenter of the art in Los Angeles.

Los Angeles Central Library

You don’t have to be a connoisseur of ancient Egyptian design or Art Deco to appreciate the limestone sculptures and 12 murals depicting California history. Being one of LA’s most treasured institution, the 1926 Central Library is also a very cozy nook.

Pershing Square

The place in focus here is the one and only 1923 Millennium Biltmore Hotel. Moorish carved wood ceiling, rose marble fountain, angelic themes… should we continue?

Grand Central Market

Being a historic charm, this 1907 landmark is nowadays a hub of artisan coffee and food.

Angel’s Flight Railway

The world’s shortest railway (90 m – 298 ft). Angel’s Flight is not currently operating, but we’re you’d still want to take a picture with the 1901 funicular which has an impressive angle, by the way!

Tallest skyscrapers of DTLA. Financial district

Explore the most active district in Downtown with a 72-story eye-catching US Bank Tower – one of the tallest buildings in America.

Broadway Theater District

The first and the largest historic theater district, the only large concentration of movie palaces left in the USA. Flash back in time and take a historic walk to see twelve movie palaces from outside.

Staples, Microsoft Theater, LA Live

LA Live surrounds Microsoft Theater and Staples Center. La Live is the premier sports and music venue in Los Angeles featuring all kinds of restaurants, night clubs, a bowling alley, movie theaters and The Grammy Museum. It’ll be a good choice if you want to be dropped off here to explore the area, check out the Grammy Museum, try LA’s most lauded restaurants and finish the day with a movie and popcorn.



Or else you can opt for LACMA, Petersen Automotive Museum and La Brea Tar Pits as your final destination, and your guide will leave you there for self-exploration.

You can just as well get back to the hotel or finish at some bar after the tour. Why not? You’ve seen way too much for the day and deserve some sparkling wine and peaceful environment.

Day 2

The Grove

Opened in 2007, this 56,000 m2 (600,000 ft2) area is a paradise for shoppers, gourmands, and pretty much all tourists. Enjoy the music-fountain show that plays every hour, one of the live performances that sometimes take place here, or take a trolley car that runs from The Grove to the adjacent Farmers Market.

Happy place for happy people. Don’t forget to take happy pictures!

Rodeo Drive

What is Rodeo Drive? It is an iconic blend of classic architectural styles, the $200 million “Two Rodeo” that resembles a romantic European avenue, the place for shopping for Leonardo DiCaprio and Britney Spears, and the must-see Los Angeles attraction during winter holidays with its unique Christmas décor.

You might already have an idea what Rodeo Drive is, but as an Asian proverb goes - Better to see something once than to hear about it a thousand times.

Sunset Strip

The 1.6-miles Strip is the heart of the City of West Hollywood and used to be the playground to the former Hollywood elite like Greta Garbo and Marilyn Monroe.

Today The Strip is still a bright enclave that offers everything from world-class restaurants, bars and hotels to music venues, nightclubs and upscale shopping.

Hollywood Boulevard & Hollywood Walk of Fame

You won’t be surprised to hear that Hollywood Boulevard is the busiest tourist attraction in Los Angeles. You might not be surprised to know that it all started as a marketing tactic.

You will be surprised to hear how much is a star fee, how many stars are there on Walk of Fame, what celebrity got five stars alone, and that there are 2 Michael Jacksons here!

Hollywood Forever Cemetery

Surrounded by Hollywood Sign atop the Hollywood Hills from one side and Paramount Studios form the other, the former Hollywood Memorial Park is located at 6000 Santa Monica Boulevard and occupies the area of 62 acres (25 ha).

Founded in 1899, the Hollywood Forever Cemetery has an impressive collection of old-fashioned monuments, statues and the crypts of the legendary stars from the entertainment industry. The Cemetery was a filming location for the movies and TV shows like Valentine's Day, Californication, Dexter and 90210.

TCL Chinese and Dolby Theaters

These gigantic cinema palaces on the Hollywood Walk of Fame have more than 1001 stories to tell from the thousands of premiers, celebrity birthday celebrations and 3 Academy Award ceremonies.

You may wish to finish the tour here to enjoy the ambience, take in the views, have ice-cream at Ghirardelli’s or head to Kelly's Coffee & Fudge Factory which has a huge assortment of specialty coffees and homemade chocolates.


Drop off

Or else you may wish to be dropped off at Griffith Observatory and Griffith Park, OR the Getty Center.

Whatever you choose as your final destination would be the best choice.


  • * The itinerary is subject to change


Extra costs (per person):

Entrance fees

Food and drinks

Activity Level: moderate
Maximum travelers: 5
Meet up & End location: lobby of your hotel
Start time: any time
Extra hours: If you are having a good time and want your 2 days in Los Angeles tour last a little bit longer, you are welcome to do that. Please note: You will be charged 25 USD per an extra hour.
Tipping suggestions: If you feel like you had a good experience, your guide would appreciate a tip. It's not mandatory. It's your decision whether you want to give your guide a tip.

What you get:

  • + A friend in Los Angeles.
  • + Private & customized tour.
  • + An exciting pastime, not just boring history lessons.
  • + An authentic experience of local life.
  • + Flexibility during the tour: changes can be made at any time to suit individual preferences.
  • + Amazing deals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in the very best cafes & restaurants. 
  • + A photo session amongst spectacular Los Angeles scenery that can be treasured for a lifetime.
  • + An expert advice on what to do, where to go, and how to make the most of your time.

*This 2-day Los Angeles tour can be modified to meet your preferences.