Rodeo Drive: The most traditional tour of the city is to know the most expensive street of the country, full of pure luxury brands like Hermes, Dior, Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Tiffany and many others. Even if you do not have the money to go shopping there (like me), it’s worth the walk and get to know the fashion and rich weather of this place. Besides that, at the corner of the Rodeo with Wilshire Blvd you can enjoy a snack or breakfast on the Via Rodeo, a fancy village full of cozy places.
Celebrity homes tour: The best option is to do it by yourself. You buy the Map with the Houses of the Celebrities address or just Google it and then you make your way by car or on foot, choosing the celebrities that interest you like Michael Jackson (last house he lived in), Paris Hilton, Charlie Chaplin, Walt Disney, Jennifer Aniston, Tom Cruise, Nicolas Cage, George Clooney and others.
Beverly Garden Park: Here you are going to see the famous Beverly Hills sign. This park hosts a biannual handicraft fair with a spring and autumn version.
The Grove: The Grove is an open-air mall, known all over the world. I really like to go out there, have lunch, and go shopping sometimes. The grocery store The Grove is beautiful, it has an artificial lake with a fountain, and has a cable car that is wonderful. It is always coming and going, taking people to take a ride. Next to The Grove shopping mall, you will find The Original Farmers Market in Los Angeles, which it is open every day. In addition to fresh fruits and vegetables for sale, it has a huge variety of kiosks with cuisines from around the world. The place might be a lunch or dinner option. There is a Brazilian restaurant called Pampas Grill, which serves Brazilian barbecue. You should go there, it is delicious!