CicLAvia Meet The Hollywoods

Los Angeles is incredible with its hustle and bustle. While this is great for pumping out entertainment, often times the traffic it brings is not. Try driving around anytime between 7 to 9 in the morning and 5 to 7 in the evening. It gets crazy but you can’t beat the city so we all seem to put up with it. While Metro stations are popping up and being built to hopefully improve the traffic flow, they are doing some great events for the community in the meantime, and on August 18th you can enjoy one!

CicLAvia Meet The Hollywoods

CivLAvia is an event in partnership with Metro that gets the cars off the streets and people walking around exploring. CivLAvia Meet The Hollywoods is taking over on August 18th and even shutting down part of Hollywood Boulevard to turn the streets into a day of recreational space. The event will spread all the way from East Hollywood, then through Hollywood’s walk of fame, and then carry on over to West Hollywood to San Vicente. For anyone wanting to really explore the shops and culture of the city – this is it!  No cars to get in the way and nothing but free range of the streets. You may find your new favorite spot along the way!

The event is obviously FREE, and lasts from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cars will be kept out so you can walk, bike, rollerblade, unicycle – whichever is your jam!  Don’t stress if you want to take the day leisurely – it’s not a race and you are encouraged to stroll about.

Hang out and join the locals and own the streets of Hollywood. Who knows the next time you’ll get to walk down the middle of the street next to the famous Walk of Fame stars, the iconic Dolby Theatre, famous studios, and so much more the city has to offer!

Check out all the event details here:  CicLAvia Official Website

-By Lindsay

If you book a private Los Angeles tour this day, we’ll make sure to allow plenty of extra time to get around the streets of Hollywood.  Or better yet, book a private celebrity homes tour this particular day in one of our air-conditioned SUV’s, and we’ll be in the hills of Hollywood, Bel Air, Beverly Hills and Holmby Hills avoiding the street closures completely.