Summary. A visit to Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills should be on everyone’s to-do list on a visit to the Los Angeles area. If nothing else, the window shopping and people watching will make it all worth while.
RODEO DRIVE (pronounced Roh-DAY-oh) of Beverly Hills, California is a shopping district famous for designer label and haute couture fashion. The name generally refers to a three-block long stretch of boutiques and shops but the street stretches further north and south.
about 6 miles
Rodeo Drive ranks second among the most expensive U.S. retail streets, trailing only upper Fifth Avenue in New York, the commercial brokerage Cushman & Wakefield said in a report last month. Fifth Avenue rents range from $1,000 to $3,500 a square foot.
Beverly Park Circle : $16.238 Million Median Home Value The second most expensive street in America is on the other side of the country in southern California. Surprisingly, it is not Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills.
Where to Spot a Celebrity in Los Angeles Palm trees, endless summers, and forever beach days aside, many people flock to Los Angeles with the hope of spotting someone famous. Runyon Canyon. Musso & Frank Grill. Hollywood Roosevelt. Beauty & Essex. TCL Chinese Theatres. Little Dom’s. Franklin Village.
Rodeo Drive A long stretch of shops where celebs can easily be spotted walking the streets. This three-block stretch of high-end shops has drawn celebrities such as Leonardo DiCaprio, Brittney Spears and Danny DeVito.
10 Major Celebrities — and Celebrity Couples — Who Call Beverly Hills Home Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi. Jack Nicholson. John Legend and Chrissy Teigen. Taylor Swift . Adele. Sandra Bullock. Jennifer Lawrence . Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom.
Can I touch the Hollywood Sign ? Unfortunately, for your safety, the safety of the plants and wildlife of Griffith Park, and for the safety of the Sign , you cannot. The closest you can get to the Hollywood Sign is up and above it and that location is accessible by several hikes within Griffith Park.
On Rodeo Drive , from Wilshire Boulevard to South Santa Monica Boulevard, visitors can walk among some of their favorite fashion icons on the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style®.
Visitors can peek at the Hollywood Sign while also scanning the Walk of Fame for their favorite celebrity–or see if the famous handprints at the Grauman’s Chinese Theater match their own.
Taxi would be about $45-$55. It is not a fixed fare and depends on traffic etc.
yes it’s expensive because L.A. is 1200 sq km, nothing is close by. Try to estimate how many trips you are going to take, you will be spending between $30 and $40 round trip, usually, some a bit less, some more. From the airport to a Hollywood Hotel may be $40 but it depends on time of day.