Los Angeles Marathon 2017

Los Angeles Marathon 2017 It’s that time of year again, when we get to show off our amazing March weather, and city to the world.  The Los Angeles Marathon 2017 is just around the corner. This year, the Los Angeles Marathon takes place on Sunday, March 19th. Online registration closes on March 15th, so it’s not too late to join over 25,000 other athletes, from all 50 states and over 60 different countries, in reaching your personal goals. The stadium to the sea course starts at Dodgers Stadium with 4 different start times: 630AM –Wheelchairs 632AM –Handcycles 645AM –Elite Women 655AM – Elite Men and Full Field The course showcases the best of Los Angeles with runners hitting Downtown LA 

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Hollywood Christmas Parade 2016

It’s almost here!  The annual Hollywood Christmas Parade 2016 happens live on November 27th.  The parade route starts at the Hollywood & Highland Complex on Hollywood Boulevard, travels east towards Hollywood and Vine, goes south, and then makes it back west along Sunset Boulevard.  While the best bleacher seats have been sold out, there are TONS of free viewing spaces along these streets and boulevards. This year’s Grand Marshall is the amazing recording artist and movie star Olivia Newton John.  With over 100 million albums sold, and 10 #1 hits, as well as starring in Grease with John Travolta, she is a true superstar and will surely be a crowd-pleaser. The Hollywood Christmas Parade 2016 hosts will be Erik Estrada 

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Restaurants, Hotels, and Things to Do During Summer Visit to L.A.

Planning a summer visit to L.A.?  Check out Glitterati Tours “LA Info” tab for direct links to hotels, restaurants, and things to do in our fantastic city. Amazing restaurants are popping up all over and we do our best to keep our website updated on the latest offerings.  We also try to personally hit as many as our diets and wallets will allow us to, in order to share our favorites with visitors to our city. One major change for a visitor’s summer visit to L.A., is the recent opening of Harry Potter.  Universal Studios Hollywood recently rolled out the red carpet for The Los Angeles Concierge Association and its sponsors, and we got to take in the Wizarding World 

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See Your Favorite Stars at PaleyFest Los Angeles

See and possibly meet stars from your favorite shows at PaleyFest Los Angeles.  This years event takes place March 11-20, 2016 at The Dolby Theatre. From the Paley Center for Media: The Paley Center for Media, with locations in Los Angeles and New York, leads the discussion about the creative, cultural, and social significance of radio, television, and emerging platforms for the professional community and media-interested public. Other than this special presentation , the Paley Center has numerous events for the public and is located steps from Rodeo Drive at 465 N. Beverly Drive in the heart of Beverly Hills. This years event covers shows like Empire, Better Call Saul, Scream Queens, Black-ish, Supergirl, Scandal, The Big Bang Theory, Fear 

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Your Introduction to Los Angeles and Sightseeing Tours

Happy New Year All! Approximately 90% of what we do at Glitterati Tours is straightforward sightseeing tours of the city of Los Angeles.  We cover famous landmarks, celebrity homes, shopping areas, history, dining options, hot bars, gossip, real estate, and everything else that L.A. has to offer. The other 10% is somewhat of a hybrid version of the following which includes an introduction to Los Angeles: New to the city of Los Angeles: We get requests all the time for recent transplants to the area wanting a better lay of the land.  We can’t stress enough how spread out we are compared to more compact cities.  We are 469 square miles, with a mountain range range splitting us down the 

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Holidays in Los Angeles

The holidays in Los Angeles are loaded with fun and interesting things to do for the entire family.  Here’s a small list of unique-to-LA venues compiled from the locally popular LAWeekly.com: Sunday, December 20th, 2015 –Seinfeld Apartment on Melrose Earlier this year, Hulu turned an apartment on NYC’s Upper Westside into an exact replica of Jerry Seinfeld’s apartment, overabundance of cereal boxes and all. In advance of our favorite fictional holiday, Festivus, the online network is bringing Seinfeld: The Apartment to L.A. — you know, where the show was actually filmed — and inviting fans to walk through it. This iteration of the pop-up exhibit includes a Festivus pole and some props from the original set. Sunday is your last 

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L.A. Tour Guides for Private Sightseeing Tours

Meet our Team of L.A. Tour Guides At Glitterati Tours of Los Angeles We want potential guests to have any and all information at their fingertips when planning their private sightseeing tour. By far, the most important aspect to any company, is a passionate and dedicated team that goes above and beyond in customer service. Here’s a little bit more about this fantastic group of Glitterati Tours multi-talented L.A. tour guides: David has been a guide with Glitterati Tours since day one. He’s been in the travel and hospitality industry since 1985, when he began working internationally for Northwest Airlines, exploring the world. He is a proud cheese-head from Burlington Wisconsin and came to Los Angeles more than twenty years 

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Tours from Burbank Bob Hope Airport

Glitterati Private Tours of Los Angeles is now offering city sightseeing tours from Burbank Bob Hope Airport, which is conveniently located just over the hill from Hollywood and Beverly Hills.  With tours from Burbank, add 1/2 hour of tour time to the first column on our “Rates” page.  For years, Glitterati Tours has also been offering tours departing from LAX Los Angeles Airport, and these usually require an additional hour added to our tours (2nd column on our rates page). Tours from Burbank are fantastic for guests with long layovers, or for guests requesting a tour and then a drop off at their local Hollywood or Beverly Hills hotel or venue.  Our SUV’s can accommodate up to 7 guests, and 

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