Booking a Private Tour of Los Angeles

Spring and summer are just around the corner.  There’s no better time to start planning your trip to Los Angeles. Whether it’s just an extended layover at LAX or Burbank Airport, or a week or more in Los Angeles, utilizing your time in the city is crucial to leaving with a great overall perspective. At Glitterati Tours, you’ll find highly rated professionals at customizing a private L.A. sightseeing tour to meet your needs, and your things-to-do list. Our most popular tour is called the “Essential LA.”  This is perfect for a visitor that really wants the must-see sights in Hollywood, West Hollywood and Beverly Hills.  This includes everything from a close up photo opportunity of the Hollywood sign, to the 

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Glitterati Tours of Beverly Hills Website and L.A. Info

The Glitterati Tours of Beverly Hills website is loaded with fantastic information.  We do our best to keep up with the most current information on hotels, restaurants and things to do for a visitor to Los Angeles.  As we quickly approach our busiest season of July and August, our goal will remain the same…offer the best personalized service for an L.A. tour company.  This is the reason why we were once again rewarded with the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for our 5th straight year. We understand visitors sometimes need immediate tour answers and availability to help coordinate their stay in our city and we will continue to man our phone lines and emails with the quickest response time possible. If 

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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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