Los Angeles Flower Market in DTLA

What’s your favorite flower? Chances are you will find it, among flowers you haven’t even heard of, at the Flower Market in DTLA (Downtown Los Angeles). One of the benefits of living in Los Angeles is great weather and many opportunities for growing beautiful plants. What is even more convenient is the fact that every morning the best vendors all gather at the same location to bring you the best in floral design. The Los Angeles Flower Market is a mecca of venders selling any type of flower, greenery, and decor to put them in one amazing burst of color for every floral supply imaginable. If you have ever wanted to play florist, this is the place to go for 

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Live Music and Concerts in Los Angeles

Live music and concerts in Los Angeles and surrounding communities are a smorgasbord of choices.  World-famous venues like the Hollywood Bowl, The Greek Theatre, Pantages, The Palladium, The Forum, and dozens of others are within a very small radius.  In fact, just on the Sunset Strip alone in West Hollywood, one can walk a short 2 short blocks and enjoy legendary venues like The Viper Room, The Whisky A Go-Go, The Rainbow Bar and Grill, and The Roxy.  A few blocks down, you also have The Troubadour, made famous by superstars like Elton John and James Taylor. One of the most anticipated upcoming concerts is U2 at The Rose Bowl in Pasadena for their Joshua Tree Tour 2017, May 20th 

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Things to Do for St. Patrick’s Day in L.A.

Things to Do for St. Patrick’s Day in L.A. Angelenos don’t need an excuse to party. Proof, just look at most bars on a Friday, Saturday, and of course, Sunday Funday. We’re still no Boston, or New York, but there are still plenty of great things to do for St. Patrick’s Day in L.A.   Here’s a few for this coming Friday, March 17, 2017: Farmer’s Market Los Angeles Visit the Original Farmer’s Market in Los Angeles for an all day festive green party. There will be activities for the children and live music throughout the day, including Irish folk bands and a strolling bagpiper. Stick around for Stuart Marks and the Paddy O’Dors Band, which will hit the West Patio 

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Private Specialty Tours of Los Angeles and Beverly Hills

Private Specialty Tours of Los Angeles and Beverly Hills Booking Now for Spring and Summer   Coming to our city?  Take private specialty tours of Los Angeles and Beverly Hills with Glitterati Tours.  We provide sightseeing in luxury SUV’s, which give us access to all areas.  Many group tour companies with vans or buses could be restricted from entering certain areas (Hollywood Sign, celebrity home communities, etc.) due to weight restrictions.  Plus, an SUV is discreet and we supply all the amenities for the perfect excursion… free WiFi, snacks, chilled water, and an iPad prestention of photos and videos that accompany our many talking points. Take a look at our Glitterati Tours website and build off of our tour offerings. 

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Book Early for Summer When Visiting Los Angeles

Los Angeles is definitely on the radar for both domestic and international guests.  There’s no doubt that the summer of 2014 will see a record number of guests visiting Los Angeles.  Couple that with large conventions and events — and some hotels, venues and restaurants will certainly be booked to capacity.  Before visiting Los Angeles, we suggest picking your geographic location depending on what brings you to our city, and book your stay early. Venues and activities such as private tours, the Warner Bros. studio tour, and the VIP Experience at Universal Studios, can often be a tough ticket to get last minute. Also, look into grabbing your seats at The Hollywood Bowl, The Greek Theatre and The Pantages Theatre 

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Festivities for Fall in Los Angeles and Hollywood

It’s shaping up to be a beautiful, yet very interesting fall in Los Angeles.  Today we’re experiencing 94 degrees F (34 C), but in 3 days the temperature will drop to a more seasonably 64 degrees (17 C).  Regardless, we’ve had some crystal clear days with incredible visibility from vista points in the Santa Monica Mountain Range above Hollywood. Enjoy fall in Los Angeles with festivities at The Original Farmer’s Market, walk the WeHo Halloween Carnival, visit a local pumpkin patch, or partake in one of the many haunted houses or theme parks in the city.  One of our favorite traditions includes grabbing a spiced latte and some fresh pumpkin pie at Urth Caffe on Melrose Avenue in West Hollywood. 

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Things to do in Beverly Hills at Beverly Canon Gardens

Having just had another amazing meal at Mastro’s Steakhouse in Beverly Hills, and walking it off a bit across the street at Beverly Canon Gardens, we wanted to remind visitors as well as locals about the events here.  (Also nearby for dinner after these shows, check out the Beverly Hills restaurants, Villa Blanca, Via Alloro, Il Pastaio, Scarpetta at The Montage Hotel, Wolfgang Puck’s Spago, and Bouchon). From our friends at Love Beverly Hills: Concerts on Canon Through August 29, 2013, Thursdays from 6:00 – 8:00 pm Concerts on Canon, the live music series presented by City of Beverly Hills. Enjoy live music under the stars in the heart of Beverly Hills at Beverly Canon Gardens..There will be two sets each 

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The Price is Right Taping and Tickets in Hollywood

Los Angeles is the game show capital of the world.  We personally know this, for two of the Glitterati Tours guides have collectively been on over 2 dozens shows as contestants.  There is truly no better game show on television than the long-running “The Price is Right.”  The Price is Right tapes in Hollywood at CBS Television City at Fairfax and Beverly. Tickets are free, and unless you have “priority tickets,” your ticket is honored on a first-come first-served basis.  Typically groups of 15+ are given guaranteed seats.  If you’re on a stand-by ticket, or first-come ticket, prepare for what could be a long day…but trust that it will be worth every minute once you get into the studio.  The 

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City Tours and Los Angeles Museums

We always suggest that a first-time visitor needs to take a tour of Los Angeles to better understand our huge spread out city.  During this tour, your tour company should present the dozens of museums in and around Los Angeles and Hollywood.  These museums offer up something for everyone.  A small sampling of museums from world-class art collections to the kitschy:   The Getty Museums–The Getty Center & The Getty Villa, MOCA, LACMA and their museums –Resnick Pavilion and The Broad Contemporary, The Huntington Library, Norton Simon Museum, Madame Tussauds Hollywood, Museum of Tolerance, Virginia Robinson Gardens, Natural History Museum, The La Brea Tar Pits and The George C. Page Museum, Guinness World Records, The Hollywood Museum, The Geffen Contemporary, 

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TripAdvisor Awards Glitterati Tours of Beverly Hills a Certificate of Excellence

We pat ourselves on the back today as TripAdvisor awards us with a Certificate of Excellence.  This prestigious award places Glitterati Tours of Beverly Hills in the top-performing businesses worldwide and is awarded to companies that consistently earn high ratings from TripAdvisor travelers.  A special thanks to TripAdvisor, and especially, all of our VIP guests that took the time to review our services.   We are thrilled that world-travelers have discovered, and or, rediscovered the city of Los Angeles.  So many guests say, “We had no idea there was that much to do in the city.”  Make sure to allow enough time during your visit to take in our museums, restaurants, studio tours, theme parks, shopping areas, beaches — and 

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