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“beverly hills”(31 reviews)
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One of the world's most famous streets, this route links the urban streets of downtown Hollywood to the lush, green and up-scale residential avenues of Beverly Hills.
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Doheny Drive to Vine Street, Beverly Hills and Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Driving down Sunset Boulevard is a must do, make sure you drive the whole of Sunset Boulevard. the night drive is so much different than the day drive.

Thank 57chevycustom
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A busy road with lots of cars, traffic lights and miles of pavement to stroll down enjoying LA anytime night or day.

Thank JohnTripAdviser
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Sunset Blvd. was the best place to be in the 70's, 80's and 90's. It was famous for it's Rock and Roll. Great restaurants, clubs and hotels. The Rainbow Bar and Grille was the big hangout. Many Rock and Roll stars, celebrities and groupies. More...More

Thank SeltzerGuy
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This is a must see if you're in Los Angeles California. This famous street was in many movies and music videos over the years. Sandwiched by tall magestic palm trees this street takes you to Brentwood, Westwood, Beverly Hills and downtown Los Angeles. It is...More

Thank ChicaEmery
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Sunset boulevard is one of those icons you have to see in LA. We drove almost all over the road from Santa Monica, UCLA and beyond. It’s great to witness the architectural change of style, passing by Berverly Hills, looking at theaters, hotels, bars, life,...More

Thank Nelson C
Reviewed June 6, 2018 via mobile

Yes.... I love Sunset Blvd! Down near Santa Monica is where I first stayed in a cheap hotel. That section of this long road is great for cheap hotels. And food. And beer. Up at Silver Lake Sunset Blvd is the bit that's become the...More

Thank major_rawls
Reviewed May 21, 2018

We covered a large part of Sunset Boulevard on our tour with the City Sightseeing HOHO bus and we were quite impressed by the variety of sights as we moved from Hollywood to Beverly Hills . Taking the tour at the beginning of the evening...More

1  Thank belleretraite
Reviewed May 1, 2018

You must visit this place in Los Angeles, full of different people and nice enviroment for a turistic day

1  Thank jenniferhansen2018
Reviewed April 9, 2018 via mobile

One of most famous drives around north LA for a reason, very nice road with a very nice mix of expensive estates and tall palm trees and laid back cafes and restaurants here and there.

Thank Mr_Nobody_1979
Reviewed April 4, 2018

This area is pretty busy. I always enjoy myself going to these areas. I have a nice time visiting. It's always a lot of people on Sunset

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Jake M
March 3, 2018|
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Response from Wara P | Reviewed this property |
Around $60-$80. The hills are fairly far from LAX.
Hi We were planning to drive the full length of Sunset Boulevard from its start right down to the ocean, believing it will give us a glimpse of lots of parts of LA including The Strip, the wealthy suburbs, UCLA , Pacific Pallisades etc. We have been deterred a bit though because we have read that many parts of the Boulevard are treacherous with hair pin bends and blind crests. Not being left-hand drive drivers to start with, this sounds a bit scary. Would really love some feedback from locals - is this an exaggeration or an understatement? How much of the road is like this and - especially - if so, where are these sections? Is there usually heavy traffic along the length of the road outside of Hollywood? If advice is to avoid Sunset, which road is best to get to Santa Monica? Thanks heaps in advance.
September 27, 2015|
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Response from Michael S | Reviewed this property |
Sunset is fine, keep the passengers on the curbside is a good way to remember things when you are driving. When you get to Santa Monica switch to Wilshire Blvd. Stop at El Cholo grab a bite to eat and then keep going down... More
January 17, 2015|
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