Los Angeles is a city whose name is synonymous with sunny days, Hollywood glamour, and boundless opportunity. Home to 3.8 million people, Los Angeles is also known for its beautiful beaches and fun-packed resorts.
With so many restaurants, attractions, and sights, there’s almost no limit to the amazing things you can see and do in Los Angeles. But one thing Los Angeles is not known for is great mass transit. Rather than braving the traffic yourself, consider a party or tour bus rental. Los Angeles will seem much friendlier. Five-hour charter bus rentals in Los Angeles start from $625 and additional hours are anywhere from $135 to $175 depending on the time of year.
Here are just a few of the top things to see, do, and eat in the city. Don’t worry too much about seeing the Hollywood sign — if you’re getting around the city by charter bus in Los Angeles, you’ll probably catch a glimpse of it.
The Getty Center
The Getty Center is home to a wealth of fine art: Renaissance paintings, Byzantine manuscripts, American photography, and more. The Getty Center is not some modest museum, but rather a sprawling, magnificent structure you can get lost in for hours as you soak up the culture.
If you want to see all of Los Angeles at once, there’s no better vantage point than the spectacular view from Griffith Park. When you’re done seeing the City of Angels spread out beneath your feet, you can check out the observatory’s planetarium and world-class exhibitions. Or you can chill out in the largest urban park in the United States. A school bus rental might be just the perfect no-frills ride for getting up to Griffith Park and back.
The Santa Monica Pier
West of Los Angeles lies one of the most iconic beaches in America, and the epicenter of some of the best nightlife and dining around. You can explore on foot or by bicycle, stopping to enjoy thrill rides at Pacific Park or take in a live show.
Universal Studios Hollywood
If you enjoy thrill rides, Universal Studios has plenty to offer. You can cool off with the Jurassic Park River Adventure or get on board Transformers 3-D. If you want a taste of Hollywood, hop on board the studio tour and see the iconic Universal back lot and movie sets. When you’re done, you can dine at one of Universal’s many comfortable restaurants. Charter bus rentals are a staple of getting to and from Universal Studios in Los Angeles.
The Walk of Fame and TCL Chinese Theatre
The TCL Chinese Theatre is a lavish throwback to the golden age of Hollywood, when excess and and design was the order of the day. The theater offers daily tours about the films that premiered there (among them: “Star Wars” in 1977). When you’re finished, you can take a jaunt along Hollywood’s Walk of Fame and view the hundreds of names and hand-prints stars have left over the years.
Bus Rental Los Angeles
If you know anything at all about Los Angeles, you probably know about the legendary traffic congestion. Driving in Los Angeles can be a challenge even for seasoned drivers.
Public transportation also leaves something to be desired. Residents can take public bus routes and a relatively new subway and elevated network, but these can be expensive and confusing to visitors.
Some Los Angeles neighborhoods, particularly those centered on sightseeing, have convenient streetcar lines. Taxis cannot be flagged down in the street, but you can call to be picked up.
If you want more information on how to rent a bus in Los Angeles, call or contact us today for a free quote.