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Hollywood, also known as Tinseltown is the home the American film industry including several of the historical studios such as Paramount and Warner Brothers.  You can walk the Hollywood Walk of Fame with its 2,500 stars embedded in the pavements along Hollywood Boulevard remembering a vast mix of actors, musicians, fictional and real characters.  Neighbouring Beverly Hills is home to many of today's celebrities and also the renowned Rodeo Drive shopping district.

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Why should I visit Hollywood?

The Universal Studios is a must visit.  Take a studio tour around the back lots as well as all the latest attractions which include The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and The Walking Dead.

TIP Ask Frontier America about upgrading your visit to the VIP Experience. This includes exclusive backlot entrance and priority entrance to all the rides.

Tour the Dolby Theatre, home of the Oscars.

Walk the three blocks of Rodeo Drive in Beverley Hills, probably the world's epicentre of luxury, fashion and lifestyle.

Go to a concert at the Hollywood Bowl or a Broadway musical at the Pantages Theatre.

TIP  The famous hillside 45-foot-high Hollywood sign originally read Hollywoodland when erected in 1923 to advertise a real estate development but was shortened to its current form in 1949. View it from vantage points including the free-entry Griffith Park Observatory or the Hollywood & Highland Mall.


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