Looking for a Private Tour Company in Los Angeles?

Looking for a private tour company in Los Angeles? With the holidays over, and most locals back in town and back to work, there’s a few more cars on the streets, but famous landmarks are less-crowded.  January and February tend to be the slower tourism months in Los Angeles, before it all starts up again with Spring Break. This allows visitors a more relaxed environment when sightseeing, dining, and shopping.  We’ll start to see a staggered flow of increased business beginning the first few weeks in March, through the end of April. If you’re coming to Los Angeles for the first time, or never really had the opportunity to explore the area, let Glitterati Tours provide a first-class private sightseeing 

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Rose Bowl Welcomes Oregon and Wisconsin

Rose Bowl Welcomes Oregon and Wisconsin! On Wednesday, January 1st, the Oregon Ducks take on the Wisconsin Badgers at the 90K+ seat Rose Bowl in Pasadena.  Pre-game activities, including tailgating, start at 1PM. Of course this game takes place after the 131st Rose Parade takes their 5 ½ mile journey down Colorado Boulevard.  As always, look for marching bands, amazing floral floats, equestrian units, and celebrities.  This years Grand Marshal’s for the “Power of Hope” theme will be Rita Moreno, Gina Torres, and Laurie Hernandez. With hundreds of thousands of people lining the streets, avoid driving into the area.  Plus, parking will be a nightmare and very expensive.  Instead, look into the Metro Gold Line that can get you within 

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Rock of Ages at The Bourbon Room

Calling all Rock of Ages fans!  The musical set in 80’s Hollywood and featuring the rock music that defined the era, has decided to have their award-winning show in the heart of Hollywood for the next year.  The venue?  None other than a newly built and appropriately named theatre, “The Bourbon Room.” It’s a mystery as to why it’s taken so long for such a Hollywood appropriate show to make its full-time Hollywood appearance (limited runs at The Pantages Theatre), but better late than never!  This show is brought to Los Angeles from the creative team that produced and ran the show in New York on Broadway. With the time and detail put into literally building this theatre from the 

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West Hollywood Holiday Bazaar

Black Friday and Cyber Monday may have passed, but many of us still have plenty of holiday shopping to finish up. Since the big deals are done, it’s the perfect time for us all to support local businesses and bring home some unique gifts for our friends and family. Luckily this weekend there is the perfect opportunity for you to find artisanal gifts, as well as try out great cuisine from West Hollywood’s Aeon Botanika Cafe. The cafe, with food by Chef Fred Eric, will be hosting a holiday bazaar featuring local makers selling their own artisanal goods, handmade clothing, jewelry, skincare, and many other eco-conscious products. Chef Fred Eric will be serving some of Aeon Botanika’s signature savory dishes, 

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What Are The Most Popular Tours in Hollywood?

What are the most popular tours in Hollywood?  It really depends on what you’re looking to get out of the city.  Remember, L.A. is a gigantic spread out city and popular destinations can be separated by quite a distance.  Just in the radius around Hollywood, you’ve got Downtown L.A. to the east about ½ hour away, and Santa Monica to the west about 40 minutes away.  In between, you’ve got popular communities or cities like West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Century City and Westwood.  Once down at the beach in Santa Monica, you can travel south to Venice Beach, or north up the coast to Malibu. Before deciding on where you want to stay, truly pull up a map and look 

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