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Los Angeles

HopOn HopOff Double Decker City Tour (24hrs, 48hrs, or 72hrs)

Starline’s open-air double-decker buses offer the ultimate sightseeing opportunity, covering more than 100 miles along six routes. Pre-recorded tour narration is available in nine languages, assuring that you’ll know what you are seeing as you go. Hop-on hop-off is the best way to explore what you want to, when you want to, and have ready transportation whenever you wish to continue the tour. With 70 stops along the routes, you’ll be within walking distance to most of the major attractions and lots of spontaneous fun. From the city center to the legendary beaches, you can get there with ease.

The 24-hour ticket is perfect for those who want to explore along a couple of routes and the 48-hour ticket allows you a whole day longer to go to all the exciting places along all the routes. If you’re planning to go to a lot of attractions and spend a while at each, the 72-hour ticket works wonders.

The routes have some overlap but generally, the Red Route takes you to see the glitzy side of L.A., including Rodeo Drive, Sunset Strip, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Dolby Theater, the Farmer’s Market and the Grove, and so much more.

The Yellow Line takes you between Beverly Hills and Santa Monica, with stops to see Santa Monica Pier, the 3rd Street Promenade, Fox Studios, museums, and more.

The Purple Line is what you want for downtown Los Angeles. The revitalized core of the city is an exciting destination where you’ll find stops at Grand Central Market, the Jewelry and Fashion districts, Chinatown, El Capitan Theater, Little Tokyo, and of course, Olvera Street, “the birthplace of Los Angeles,” a Mexican marketplace that recreates the nostalgia and romance of the city’s origins with a narrow, tree-shaded and brick-lined avenue filled with old structures, painted stalls, cafes and gift shops.

If you have sand, sun and the ocean in mind as well as a carnival vibe and lots of activity, the Green Line will get you to Venice Beach and boardwalk as well as the pier and canals, Muscle Beach, and Fisherman’s Village at Marina del Rey.

The Blue Route, a connector, links Universal Studios and TCL Chinese Theater, while the Orange Connector travels from LAX area hotels to Marina del Rey.

Whatever your plans, the Hop-On Hop-Off bus has you covered. It’s easy and fun to use, and you’ll be provided with a detailed schedule and map so that you can be sure to make the most of your time in the “city of the angels.”

No reservations needed . Bring Pass to StarLine kiosk at Chinese Theatre-, 6925 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028.

Location: Bring Pass to StarLine kiosk at Chinese Theatre-, 6925 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028.

Hours: See schedule here. To see a live bus map and arrival times, visit starlinegps.com

Starline’s open-air double-decker buses offer the ultimate sightseeing opportunity, covering more than 100 miles along six routes. Pre-recorded tour narration is available in nine languages, assuring that you’ll know what you are seeing as you go. Hop-on hop-off is the best way to explore what you want to, when you want to, and have ready transportation whenever you wish to continue the tour. With 70 stops along the routes, you’ll be within walking distance to most of the major attractions and lots of spontaneous fun. From the city center to the legendary beaches, you can get there with ease.

The 24-hour ticket is perfect for those who want to explore along a couple of routes and the 48-hour ticket allows you a whole day longer to go to all the exciting places along all the routes. If you’re planning to go to a lot of attractions and spend a while at each, the 72-hour ticket works wonders.

The routes have some overlap but generally, the Red Route takes you to see the glitzy side of L.A., including Rodeo Drive, Sunset Strip, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Dolby Theater, the Farmer’s Market and the Grove, and so much more.

The Yellow Line takes you between Beverly Hills and Santa Monica, with stops to see Santa Monica Pier, the 3rd Street Promenade, Fox Studios, museums, and more.

The Purple Line is what you want for downtown Los Angeles. The revitalized core of the city is an exciting destination where you’ll find stops at Grand Central Market, the Jewelry and Fashion districts, Chinatown, El Capitan Theater, Little Tokyo, and of course, Olvera Street, “the birthplace of Los Angeles,” a Mexican marketplace that recreates the nostalgia and romance of the city’s origins with a narrow, tree-shaded and brick-lined avenue filled with old structures, painted stalls, cafes and gift shops.

If you have sand, sun and the ocean in mind as well as a carnival vibe and lots of activity, the Green Line will get you to Venice Beach and boardwalk as well as the pier and canals, Muscle Beach, and Fisherman’s Village at Marina del Rey.

The Blue Route, a connector, links Universal Studios and TCL Chinese Theater, while the Orange Connector travels from LAX area hotels to Marina del Rey.

Whatever your plans, the Hop-On Hop-Off bus has you covered. It’s easy and fun to use, and you’ll be provided with a detailed schedule and map so that you can be sure to make the most of your time in the “city of the angels.”

No reservations needed . Bring Pass to StarLine kiosk at Chinese Theatre-, 6925 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028.

Location: Bring Pass to StarLine kiosk at Chinese Theatre-, 6925 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028.

Hours: See schedule here. To see a live bus map and arrival times, visit starlinegps.com

ADULT:

$49.00

CHILD:

$30.00

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adult:

$49.00

child:

$30.00

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