Record Los Angeles County Tourism Numbers Highlight the World’s Long-Running Love Affair with Tinseltown, Wealth, and the Blue Pacific, says Hollywood LA Tours

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The L.A. tour operator comments on a recent article that glamour and beauty play no small role in the metropolis’s ever growing status as a tourist destination.

Hollywood is an LA neighborhood...and also a state of mind.

Los Angeles’s staying power as a tourist destination is based in no small part on the universal appeal of visiting the world’s dream factory.

A May 8 article on CBS Los Angeles reports that, according to the Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board, some 48.5 million people visited Los Angeles County in 2017. The board also said that all those visitors generated some $35 million in total economic impact for the county. Hollywood LA Tours says that Los Angeles’s staying power as a tourist destination is based in no small part on the universal appeal of visiting the world’s dream factory in Tinseltown, the backyard of the rich and famous in Beverly Hills, and the beauty and fun associated with the sand and surf in Santa Monica.

The tour operator notes that its five hour tour begins on the world famous Walk of Fame on Hollywood Blvd, moves on for lunch to the endless variety of the Los Angeles Farmer’s Market, heads over to the legendary ultra-high-end boutiques of Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, and then to the Santa Monica Pier and a two-hour exploration of nearby beaches. Hollywood LA Tours says that its tours are created to provide visitors with a fun and exciting overview of what the Los Angeles area has to offer. That’s no small accomplishment, the tour operator adds, given that sheer enormity of the area.

Many first-time Los Angeles visitors are often overwhelmed by the sheer size of Los Angeles and the long distances between destinations through some of the world’s least loved traffic. Hollywood LA Tours notes that a tour removes the confusion and stress of driving and the parking hassles that can make visiting just one Southern California landmark an all-day affair. It makes a lot of sense for tourists in L.A. to let the professionals take the wheel so they can take a look at amazing sites through the some of the best of the 30+ mile region that is the Greater Los Angeles area, the operator adds. During the tour, visitors can also listen to amazing stories of L.A.’s fabulous past and present from friendly and entertaining tour guides, and simply relax and take in the sights and sounds. It also means that guests will be free to look around and, just possibly, see someone they recognize from film, television, or the music business. Gawking is a great deal easier when you don’t have to keep your eyes on the road, says the tour operator.

Readers and prospective Los Angeles and Hollywood visitors can Hollywood LA Tours at 323-310-3464 or checkout its web site at Both five hour and two hour tours are available.

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