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There's no place for boredom in Hollywood!

Vacation in Hollywood: These places are a must see!

Eva Ledecká
16.Feb 2020
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It's so exciting to take a walk trough the neighborhood that's been synonymous with the film industry since the 1920s! Fame, luxury, but also the wildness and effervescence of Hollywood stars breathe at you from ever corner! Let's go mingle with them!

Celebrities and everything about them is very attractive. It is therefore no surprise that local agencies organize bus tours around the places where they live - in Hollywood and the prominent Beverly Hills neighborhood. And if that's your jam, you can pay for a VIP ride around the homes of the famous in a luxury Mustang!

This is our TOP Five!

1. Walk of Fame: Take a stroll down the Walk of Fame

The Walk of Fame comprises a total of 2,500 famous movie stars and other personalities from the film and music industry. Stars with names line both sides of the Hollywood Boulvard and Vine Street. The Walk of Fame is the biggest attraction in Hollywood and is considered one of the world's most successful marketing ideas.

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2. Rodeo Drive: Shop like the stars

The most famous fashion shopping street might not be located in the heart of Hollywood but in Beverly Hills, yet you should definitely visit it, because this is where the famous do their shopping. Here, you'll discover boutiques of pretty much any luxury fashion brand you might think of: Alexander McQueen, Bvlgari, Christian Dior, Cartier, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Roberto Cavalli, Vera Wang, Yves Saint Laurent and many more. And while Hollywood has its Walk of Fame, Rodeo Drive has its Walk of Style!

3. Hollywood Museum: Visit the Max Factor Building

Four floors full of movie costumes and props are waiting for your visit in the 1914 Max Factor building, reopened in 1935 as a charming beauty salon. That's right, "The Make-up for the Stars" is not just an advertising slogan. The Polish-Jewish businessman Max Factor was a leading Hollywood cosmetics authority and it was in this building that he did the make-up of the most famous Hollywood stars. The museum features personal items of celebrities such as Marilyn Monroe, including the 1965 Rolls Royce, which was once owned by Cary Grand. As you enter the ground floor, shivers will run down your spine - the real cell of Hannibal Lecter from the Silence of the Lambs is on display here!

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Scarlett Johansson.Source: Profimedia

4. Mulholland Drive: Explore the most famous movie street

Who wouldn't know the cult mysterious thriller of David Lynch? This street offers more than just a photo of its name than will make any movie fan green with envy! You can admire stunning views of Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley from here. And if you're attracted by the world of the rich, feel free to explore the area and let yourself be carried away by the impressive residences!

5. Hollywood Forever Cemetery: Follow the stars to the place of their final resting place

Many famous stars have found their resting place in this cemetery. But people don't come here only to pay their respects. From May to November, old scary movies are screened here every Saturday from 19:00. The place is very popular, people often come here to have picnic dinners; the consumption of wine and beer is allowed. A DJ set precedes the screenings, creating a pleasant atmosphere for the guests.

And, last but not least, our tip for a Hollywood-style hotel!

Hollywood is best visited with a bunch of friends. If you're already putting together a list of names and thinking about accommodation, we have a great tip for you: Veeve - Black Opulence on Grand View Drive! This luxury house in the countryside with a swimming pool for 8 people will cost you 248.000 CZK for 5 nights in July.

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