LOS ANGELES COUNTY is not only the home of Los Angeles County Limousine & the most populous U.S. county - with more inhabitants than 43 individual states, - but is also home to the second largest city in America and hundreds of attractions that fit everyone’s preferences. In this article, we will explain just some of these attractions, as well as making the point of why we are tremendously proud to call L.A. our home.  Our experience in limo city tours has taught us a lot about this great town. Here you can experience everything from Santa Catalina’s crystal clear shallow beaches, the pier and shops of Santa Monica, Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific, Universal Studios, Six Flags Magic Mountain, the nightlife of Hollywood in an LA limo or Los Angeles party bus, and so much more! Los Angeles truly is the entertain capital of America, if not the world. As well as being a metropolis that never sleeps, Los Angeles also offers more square miles of city parks than any other major U.S. city. Of course we always have the popular Griffith Park, as our limos visit it often and in close proximity to the popular Griffith Observatory, but L.A. is also home to less known parks, such as the Walt Disney Concert Hall Community Park, which offers wonderful views across Downtown L.A. and a peaceful escape from the hectic city-life, as well as Grand Park by City Hall.

  Our luxury limos visit all these destinations on a regular basis.

The more popular mainstream tourist destinations include Venice Beach, Gauman’s Chinese Theater, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Hollywood Sign, the Getty Center, Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, and so much more, and what better than visiting in a limo? On the junction of 3rd Street and Fairfax Ave., you will find The Grove, an open-air mall offering more than fifty top-brand stores. Other popular attractions include La Brea Tar Pits, Hollywood Boulevard, the Staples Center, Dolby Theatre, Olvera Street, the L. A. Zoo, the Hollywood Bowl, L.A. Live, Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, L.A. Memorial Coliseum, Dodger Stadium, Greek Theatre, Los Angeles Convention Center, and so much more.  Party Bus to one of these locals anyone??  L.A. is also home to countless museums and art archives, from the famous and frequently visited Natural History Museum of L.A. County or the Museum of Contemporary Art, to the more hidden gems of the Getty Villa in Malibu, Petersen Automotive Museum, the Grammy Museum, Hollywood Wax Museum, California African-American Museum, Travel Town Museum, Japanese American National Museum, Museum of Jurassic Technology, and the Museum of Tolerance on Simon Wiesenthal Plaza. Whether you are a local Angelino or you are planning your first trip to the City of Angels, our premium Los Angeles party bus and luxury vehicle service is here to help you plan an amazing day out on town in one of our stretch limousines, sedans, or party buses. Whether you are into cultural vultures, art collections, botanical gardens, music festivals, or never-ending partying, we know where to go and when to go.



L.A. County can be divided in many ways, sometimes into as many as 88 incorporated independent cities (!). In this article, however, we will divide the county nine distinct regions: Beach cities (such as San Pedro, Malibu, Manhattan Beach, and Marina del Rey), Beverly Hills, Downtown L.A, Hollywood, Pasadena, Santa Monica, the San Fernando Valley, West Hollywood, and Westside Los Angeles.

  We are proud to serve each of these nine regions.

The coastal cities in which our LA limousine services serve include attractions such as legendary Malibu surf spots, the Port of L. A., Venice Beach, and the picturesque Hermosa Beach and Manhattan Beach. L.A. has a total of 72 miles of coastline, offering everything from white sand beaches to one of America’s largest cruise-ship ports. Venice Beach might be the most famous for its Ocean Front Walk, Abbot Kinney, Muscle Beach, and the marketplace for hundreds of local artisans. Marina del Rey, on the other hand, is one of the world’s largest man-made small-boat harbors and a great place to try some of the county’s fresh seafood restaurants.

One of our big Los Angeles limo spots, Beverly Hills, continuously ranks as the wealthiest area in America, and by some estimates, the wealthiest neighborhood in the world. Popular spots here include Rodeo Drive, where more than a hundred top-notch boutiques are located in one of the most famous stretches of road in the world, as well as the Paley Center for Media and many of the top-rated L.A. restaurants, including Thomas Keller’s Bouchon and Scarpetta at the Montage. In Beverly Hills are also some of the most luxurious hotels in California, such as the Beverly Hills Hotel, L’Ermitage, Montage, Peninsula, Four Seasons, and the Beverly Wilshire.

Downtown L.A. offers more world class attractions than about anywhere. Here you will find a thriving never-ending nightlife, spectacular walkable streets, countless of concert and entertainment venues, and so much more! From being a relatively sleepy part of L. A. for decades, Downtown is now among the most visited areas in Southern California. Not only is Downtown home to great sport teams such as Clippers, L.A. Lakers, Kings, and Starks, but also a wide range of popular tourist attractions. Some of the places worth visiting in Downtown include the Grammy Museum, Regal Cinemas, Lucky Strike Lanes, Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Historic Exposition Park (home to the Natural History Museum, L.A. Memorial Coliseum, California Science Center, and more).



Hollywood is, as you may be very aware of, the number one entertainment capital of the U.S. and the home of the movie industry. Famous attractions include not only the Walk of Fame, the Hollywood Sign, TCL Chinese Theater, and the Dolby Theatre (which is home to the Academy Awards), but also include ethnic enclaves such as nearby Little Armenia and Thai Town. Other attractions include Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal City, Hollywood & Highland Center, Madame Tussauds Hollywood, Amoeba Music, Hollywood Bowl, and thousands of top-notch restaurants and hotels.

The City of Pasadena in the San Gabriel Valley is among other things known for its hosting of the annual Rose Bowl football game and Tournament of Roses Parade. Our limos have been in this parade many times. Pasadena’s Rose Bowl is also the home of the UCLA Bruins football team, the Rose Bowl Flea Market, the Rose Bowl Game, and more. In addition, Pasadena is also the home to many scientific and/or cultural attractions, including Caltech (California Institute of Technology), the Pasadena Playhouse, the Norton Simon Museum of Art, the Pacific Asia Museum, Paseo Colorado, South Lake Avenue, the Gamble House, the Huntington Library, and the Pasadena Museum of History.



Santa Monica is the only city in Los Angeles County to make it on National Geographic’s Top Ten World Beach-Cities. Not only is Santa Monica home to the iconic Third Street Promenade and the Santa Monica Beach and Santa Monica Pier, but also an abundance of trendsetting restaurants and boutiques. Among other visited attractions among LA limo clients are the shopping-mall Santa Monica Place, the Annenberg Community Beach House, and the art-collection at Bergamot Station.  We are always cleaning sand after a limo visits Santa Monica.

The San Fernando Valley, or simply The Valley, is not only home to Los Angeles County Limousine, but the home of numerous film studios and cultural attractions, as well as areas such as Glendale, Pasadena, Burbank, San Fernando, Hidden Hills, Calabasas, Chatsworth, Encino, Northridge, and numerous other cities and communities… Here you can experience iconic L.A. attractions such as the NoHo Arts District in North Hollywood, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Los Angeles Zoo, Griffith Park, and the Americana at Brand.

West Hollywood, or as it’s more commonly referred to by the locals, WeHo, is the home of a vibrant LGBT-community and world-famous streets such as Robertson Boulevard, Sunset Boulevard, and Santa Monica Boulevard. Here you can experience entertainment venues such as the Comedy Store, Saddle Ranch Chop House, and the House of Blues. WeHo is also home to the largest annual Gay Pride parade each June, as well as the Halloween Costume Carnaval and the Abbey, which is one of WeHo’s most famous clubs. We recommend visiting the Herringbone LA to try out one of L.A.’s top rated cocktails, the legendary Viper Room jazz-club, Gorge, and the Pacific Design Center. The House of Blues is also a tremendously popular destination for our limo and party bus customers heading out for a night of fun.

Westside includes parts of the City of LA, WeHo, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, and Culver City. Westside is not only home to Third Street, the Grove, the Beverly Center, the Original Farmers Market, and the Getty Center, but also the wealthy Brentwood area and eateries along Montana Ave. Museum Row is home to countless of cultural LA attractions, for example the L.A. County Museum of Art, the Craft & Folk Art Museum, the Petersen Automotive Museum, and the Page Museum. Other areas of interest includes the Annenberg Space for Photography, Little Osaka, and so much more.

Los Angeles County Limousine, located in Encino, takes pride in servicing all of L.A. County. Our service reaches throughout cities such as Long Beach, Glendale, Santa Clarita, Lancaster, Palmdale, Pomona, Torrance, Pasadena, El Monte, Downey, Inglewood, West Covina, Norwalk, and Burbank. We have offered premium limo service throughout the county for more than fifteen years, and we take pride in being the top-rated and largest limo service in Los Angeles.
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