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What you should know about Hollywood

Hollywood Introduction

The glitz and glamour of Hollywood draws vacationers to this downtown Los Angeles neighborhood, where celebrity enthusiasts and film industry buffs unite to track down the sidewalk stars of their favorite TV and movie personalities. While there's plenty of cheesy fun to be had here at tourist shops filled with mini Oscar trophies and on celebrity home bus tours, you'll also find a smattering of stellar performing arts venues and nearby film studios that welcome you in for a behind-the-scenes look.

Hotels in Hollywood

There are tons of Hollywood hotel deals to choose from, thanks to a large supply of accommodation in this tourist-centric destination. If you want to feel like a movie star, some ritzy tower properties here lay down the red carpet with their rooftop deck pools, limo services, and views of the Hollywood hills. This isn't just a destination for the rich and famous though, with some budget-friendly hotels and motels offering modern and streamlined rooms with bright decor in walking distance to shops and restaurants. There are even a few dorm-style hostels available here for the starving artists.

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If you want to be in the midst of the action, the streets around Hollywood Boulevard are lined with everything from souvenir shops and quirky cafes to wax museums and other attractions that play on the silver screen theme. You'll also find tons of theaters here, so entertainment options are limitless. Just a couple of blocks away, Sunset Boulevard is slightly less crowded and full of burger joints, coffee shops, and recording studios. Just to the east of Hollywood, the neighborhoods of Thai Town and Little Armenia have some budget-friendly hotels and lots of tasty international eateries.

Things to see

Hollywood is packed with all sorts of things to do and see, especially if you have an affinity for the film industry and kitschy tourist fun. Most visitors find themselves strolling the Hollywood Walk of Fame at one point or another, where the blocks along Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street are lined with sidewalk stars emblazoned with celebrity names. Historic Grauman's Chinese Theater is a hub of activity here, frequented by almost as many costumed characters and bus tour vendors as actual tourists, but you'll want to pause here to place your hands and feet in the famous imprints of motion picture stars. When you've had enough of the buzzing atmosphere along this road, you can head over to Griffith Park, where you'll get picture-perfect views of the iconic Hollywood sign. In addition to the Griffith Observatory planetarium, there are tons of hiking trails and scenic lookouts in the area.

How to get to Hollywood

If you're arriving in Tinseltown by air, you'll likely find yourself landing at the massive Los Angeles International Airport, which is well connected to destinations all over the world. From there, it's about a 15 to 25-mile drive into Hollywood, and buses are available to transport you in if you aren't renting a car. Hollywood Burbank Airport, a smaller but closer hub, has flights on a handful of carriers to mostly western US destinations. Hollywood is also a popular road trip stop, with the east-to-west-coast Interstate 10, historic Route 66, and picturesque Pacific Coast Highway passing through or nearby the city.

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