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Best way to enter the park is from the bottom. You can have an Uber take you to the top of N Vista Street and the entrance is on your right. Best to Uber as there is very little parking. Also the first part of...More
This is worth seeing. Great views with a steep and narrow road up to it. Quite a distance away and that was the highest point our guide could get to in an SUV. Different to what I imagined, but now I can relate to it...More
We decided to drive up into the Hollywood Hills to get a closer look at the sign. The drive up into the hills is on a super steep road, very narrow, tight hard-to-see-around turns and houses literally right on the edge of the street. We...More
Walking around the hillsides close to the Hollywood Sign and Griffith Observatory, the steep inclines are well worth climbing to overlook Los Angeles. Whilst downtown isn’t all that, it’s good to see the city from a different perspective.
We visited the Hollywood Hills as part of the Deluxe LA Tour with StarLine Tours of Anaheim. As well as giving great views of the famous Hollywood sign and the city of Los Angeles itself, it's also a great opportunity to spot the current and...More
We decided to walk on Hollywood Hills with hope that we can have some nice views to the city. But because of houses and trees we couldn't see too much. It was a good exercise, whole area is beautiful and peaceful, there are plenty of...More
There is really very limited interest here. Go up to see where the rich people live?....boring go up to see the "Hollywood" sign....no good access and not much of a view of the actual sign. So stay down in the lowlands and see something of...More
No, there aren't any retail establishments up in the hills, which is why people pay millions to live up there. People who live in the Hollywood Hills value their privacy and safety, which is why there are no stores... More
No, there aren't any retail establishments up in the hills, which is why people pay millions to live up there. People who live in the Hollywood Hills value their privacy and safety, which is why there are no stores, restaurants, or bars/clubs up there. Hollywood along the boulevard already has a big problem with homelessness and crime, which is why people are willing to pay a fortune to live up in the hills. As far as driving to retailers and restaurants is concerned, it's not that big of a hassle. Or to put it another way, it's not a bigger hassle than normal L.A. traffic. If you want to compromise between the views and being in the middle of all the action, get a room at Loews in Hollywood at the Hollywood and Highland shopping center. Get a room relatively high up facing the south side of L.A. Or get an AirBnB up one of the streets from Franklin Avenue (north of the street) in Franklin Village (Hollywood), which is a trendy/hipster area of Hollywood. Find an AirBnB off of Bronson Avenue in the Franklin District, which is walking distance near stores on Franklin Avenue. Driving to restaurants/shops on Hollywood & Sunset is quick and easy.