Los Angeles Tours from Union Station

Los Angeles tours from Union Station are possible with Glitterati Tours.  Let us pick you up directly at the train terminal and whisk you away into the best sightseeing in Hollywood and Beverly Hills.  This is a fantastic option for those coming up to the city for the day, especially from San Diego, Long Beach, or Orange County via train or Metro.

Los Angeles Tours from Union Station

Los Angeles Tours from Union Station

We’ve listed all of our tours, along with the rates on the Glitterati Tours website.  Because DTLA and Union Station is a bit farther from our home base, you’ll see 2 columns listed.  One with pickups from Hollywood and Beverly Hills, and one with Downtown Los Angeles. Downtown adds an hour to an hour and a half to the tours listed.  A great option is to take the Metro Red Line from Union Station up to Hollywood/Vine or to Hollywood/Highland.  This underground trip takes about 24 minutes, and you wouldn’t be paying hourly tour rates with us for the extra travel time.  You can get round-trip Metro tickets for about $6 or less, and we can start the tour from one of these better centered locations.

Hollywood and Vine

Hollywood and Vine

When at Union Station, enjoy this old school historic architectural landmark in Los Angeles.  It was built in 1939, and is the largest railroad passenger terminal in the Western United States.  They’ve got a handful of great places to eat and drink while waiting for your trains.  Our favorite is Imperial Western Beer Company and Streamliner Bar.  Sit back in a comfortable booth and enjoy a great beer and fish & chips, or their signature burger.

Restaurants at Union Station LA

Restaurants at Union Station LA

If you want to venture out from here a bit, Olvera Street, (the birthplace of Los Angeles, dating back to 1781) is just across the street.  Grab a delicious margarita and some Mexican food, and enjoy souvenir shopping at their many stalls and kiosks.

Philippe the Original DTLA

Philippe the Original DTLA

There’s also a very special place nearby called Philippe’s.  It’s been going strong since 1908, and it’s the home of the original French dip sandwich.  See!  Los Angeles really does have some history!