What might be the perfect city tour for one individual might not be so perfect for another. But whatever your needs, Malibu Executive Limousine can customize a tour to suit your desires.
Now to get started, let’s get one thing settled. You need a nice beach towel and not a limousine to sunbathe on famous Zuma Beach or one of the more private alcove beaches just northwest of Zuma.
But as Los Angeles is huge and can be intimidating to the uninitiated, a City Tour is the best way to learn LA. There are just way too many attractions to mention here. Andas time and space are often a constraint, it is better to divide your tour into various sections such as Beverly Hills (Rodeo Drive where there is fine dining along with some real fine shopping) Hollywood (see below), Santa Monica (3rd Street Promenade & Santa Monica Pier) Long Beach (Aquarium of the Pacific & Queen Mary), Anaheim (Disneyland), and for the more adventurous, the Newport Beach-Laguna Beach area.
What better way is there to see the city than to have someone else drives you in the luxury of a sedan, an SUV, or whatever vehicle you desire.
Remember: All First Time Clients Receive 10% OFF! ***Note: You can pay $0 on all parking & Meet and Greet Services by ordering a Curbside Pickup.***
Rodeo Drive - Beverly Hills
The Queen Mary - Long Beach
But the most popular destinations for out of town guests are in Hollywood like the famous Grauman’s Chinese Theater & the Hollywood Walk of Fame where celebrities of stature have their own star in the sidewalks. Just a couple miles away are the famous Griffith Park Observatory, the Hollywood Bowl, and the Hollywood sign. We invite you to let one of Malibu Executive Limousine’s reliable, drug-tested chauffeurs make your ride safe, comfortable and convenient.
Universal City, CA
Aquarium of the Pacific - Long Beach
A drive along Mulholland Highway between Laurel Canyon and the Cahuenga Pass has some exceptional views of the San Fernando Valley overlooking Universal Studios, Warner Brothers & Disney Studios and 3 million people reside. Wilshire Boulevard, which runs from downtown LA to the Santa Monica Pier, roughly corresponds to the approximate route that wagon trains made their way to the Pacific Ocean. And a drive up the back roads and canyons of Malibu are as breathtaking as the engineering it took to build them.
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