Hop-On Hop-Off Hollywood and Los Angeles
There's no doubt that there are endless things to see and do in Los Angeles and that cramming as much into your trip as possible can soon become stressful. Well, there's no need to feel overwhelmed, just hop on to our red open-top bus and enjoy the Los Angeles lifestyle from up high! With lots of different routes, you're spoilt for choice. Just hop off at the stops you want to explore further before hopping back on to any of the bus lines. You can spend the day changing between the lines because they all guarantee you a day full of fun!
- 3 bus routes around LA & Hollywood, plus shuttle services to LAX Hotels and Universal Studios
- 24hr/48hr/72hr Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour with 360° panoramic views of Los Angeles & Hollywood
- Explore Greater Los Angeles! See Hollywood, West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica & Venice
- Show and Save Booklet: Discounts for attractions, restaurants & shops for savings up to $130!
- Flexible 3-month ticket so you can use it whenever you wish
- 24, 48 or 72-hour bus pass
- "Show and Save Booklet": show your valid ticket at select attractions and save up to $130!
Hop on the Santa Monica Tour to learn more about Los Angeles' history and heritage. It begins in the heart of Beverley Hills. We'll take you to the Intercontinental Century City, the Westside Pavillion, and the Santa Monica College.
Want to embrace the culture of Los Angeles? Hop on the Downtown LA Tour. From there, you'll experience the livelihood of Chinatown, Little Tokyo, Grand Central Market, and the Fashion District.
There are also lots of exciting destinations on the shuttle. We'll take you along Lincoln Boulevard, La Quinta, Century Boulevard, and Sheraton Gateway. Plus, enjoy the fresh air up high as we pass by Venice Pier, Venice Beach, Main Street, Downtown and Ocean Avenue. For the big kids, you can't miss a day at the Universal Studios. You're guaranteed to have a great ride whichever line you choose!
Before you Go
- Operational season: all year round
- Except: 25 December, 1 January