Los Angeles Private Tours in Summer

Los Angeles Private Tours in Summer and Booking the Must-Visits in the City ___________________ We are between two of the busiest travel seasons here in Los Angeles.  Spring Break, and the summer months.  We often see a slight slow down during late April and May, as we plan for a massive amount of visitors over June, July and August.  The Spring Break period this year never seemed to end.  Normally, we see everyone at once, but this year it was nicely staggered, with guests coming in from New York and New Jersey, Boston, the southern states, and the West Coast all at different times — along with a huge amount of families from Canada, Australia, Germany, South America, South Africa, 

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Free Things To Do In Los Angeles

Free Things To Do In Los Angeles and Beverly Hills ____________________ Los Angeles and its neighboring community of Beverly Hills doesn’t have to be expensive.  In fact, there’s tons of free things to do in Los Angeles. Our weather allows for an average of 284 sunny days a year.  Even if it’s not the perfect amount of sunshine, the remaining days should be pretty much clear of rain, since our average annual rainfall hovers around 15 inches.  So the first thing on our “free” list includes exploring the great outdoors.  Places like Runyon Canyon and Griffith Park are great starting locations for a hike in the hills above Hollywood. While in Griffith Park, visit the observatory.  It’s one of the 

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Mardi Gras at Farmers Market LA

The 29th Annual Mardi Gras at Farmers Market LA _________________________ Want a little family-friendly New Orleans fun here on the West Coast?  Check out the 29th Annual Mardi Gras Celebration at The Original Farmers Market in Los Angeles.  The event takes place on February 10th and 11th and Fat Tuesday, February 13th. Festivities start on Saturday the 10th from 10-12N with the 11th Annual Mutti Gras Pet Parade and Costume Contest.  This is a must for dog-lovers.  The Farmers Market has partnered with their tenant, The Dog Bakery, for this event. Also on the 10th, look for the strolling Zydeco Mudbugs, and Sean the Stolling Jester working the crowds between 12p-3p.  The King and Queen Crowning Decoration along with The 

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The Giving Keys L.A.

  The Giving Keys L.A. ____________________ Los Angeles is home to some of the most creative people in not only the United States, but the world. People in all creative industries flock here to be at the epicenter of where projects come to life. Not just the world of film, but the world of art, photography, tech, and of course, fashion. Along with some of the most creative people, our city is also full of people with big hearts. Nothing is better than when creativity and kindness come together to create a great company with a quality (and trendy) product. One of the best companies to emulate this is The Giving Keys L.A. The Givings Keys is a non-profit company 

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LA Art Show

Los Angeles is a hub for diverse culture and all art forms. While it is clearly the epicenter of the entertainment industry, it also has many opportunities to view incredible art from around the world. From The Getty Center, to The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), to The Broad, there is never a shortage of famous and breath-taking exhibits to view.   This weekend, our city welcomes back the annual LA Art Show to Downtown L.A. at the Los Angeles Convention Center. This popular event welcomes artists, collectors, and exhibitors, the chance to show and buy some of the greatest artwork today. The show put on by DIVERSartLA prides itself on working with not only international museum curators, 

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Los Angeles Recreational Marijuana

Los Angeles Recreational Marijuana Now Legal _____________________ For years, California has been able to sell medical marijuana for those with a prescription.  As of January 1st, 2018, the state can know sell to anyone 21 and over for recreational use. Forget red and blue states, now several states in the United States, are green states.  California has now joined its West Coast neighbors of Oregon, and Washington for legal recreational use. Of course, local Southern California cities like Los Angeles and West Hollywood are going to be a little bit more relaxed.  For years, areas like the Venice Boardwalk have smelled more like weed than hotdogs and pizza.  It’s still no free-for-all, for there are quite a few regulations for 

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The Best Holiday Shopping in Los Angeles

The Best Holiday Shopping in Los Angeles, Beverly Hills and Santa Monica ________________ Old school and want to avoid buying everything online this holiday season? Look no further than the many shopping opportunities in Los Angeles, Santa Monica and Beverly Hills. Of course there’s the granddaddy of luxury shopping experiences on Rodeo Drive and neighboring streets. Here, you’ll find every major designer name imaginable, from Cartier, to Chanel to Louis Vuitton. Along Wilshire Blvd., just off Rodeo Drive, visit Barney’s New York, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Neiman Marcus. Santa Monica and Venice Beach have Montana Avenue, The 3rd Street Promenade, Main Street and the boutique heavy Abbot Kinney Boulevard. Near Beverly Hills, the newly renovated Westfield Shopping Mall is better 

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Rodeo Drive Holiday Lighting

The Annual Rodeo Drive Holiday Lighting Celebration —————————————– You may have missed the Christmas tree lighting and fireworks display at The Grove that Glitterati Tours just recently blogged about. Not to worry. If you’re in town this Thursday, November 16th, make your way over to Beverly Hills, as they have their annual Rodeo Drive Holiday Lighting Celebration. Once the knob is flicked, look for amazing light displays throughout the city. There will also be special sculptures by HYBYCOZO and live entertainment. Part of the lighting diplay will be the incredible chandeliers by Baccarat that be lining this world-famous drive. Robin Thicke will be the headlining performer starting at 5PM, and the show will be hosted by Top Chef Junior Host, 

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Farmers Market Hollywood Fall Festival

If you haven’t noticed, here at Glitterati Private Tours of Los Angeles, we love all things fall and don’t want you to miss out on any of the autumn activities our city has to offer. Our pick for this upcoming weekend? The Original Farmers Market Hollywood Fall Festival Event next to The Grove in the heart of Los Angeles. It’s no secret that The Grove knows how to do up seasonal changes and holidays well. With each season change they deck out the venue for a beautiful atmosphere, and fall is no exception. One of the best areas in The Grove is always the Farmers Market during the Autumn Season. The Market is decked out with all of the fall 

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Los Angeles Halloween Family Fun

Los Angeles Family Fun Halloween Activities We’ve watched as grown-ups over the years have stolen Halloween from the young trick or treaters.  Per Glitterati Tours of Hollywood previous and upcoming posts, most events are centered around the older set that enjoys a great party along with their scares. Here’s a handful of kid-friendly Halloween activities: Fall Festival at The Original Farmers Market Join in on the fun on Saturday, October 14, and Sunday, October 15, 2017.  On both days, there will be a petting zoo from 11am-7pm, as well as All Alaskan Pig Races, and Peddle Puller Races by All-Alaskan.  You’ll also find pie eating contests, and Pumpkin Carver Joe in the Plaza.  Throughout the weekend, there will be live 

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