Los Angeles

Founded in 1781 as just a lonely Spanish outpost in Native-American land, Los Angeles grew slowly under Mexican rule and joined the United States with the rest of California shortly before the American Civil War. After the war, in the late 1800's the City of Angels claimed notoriety as the most violent town of the old Wild West, but survived itself and went on to prosper as one of the largest metropolitan cities on the globe while earning it's iconic title of The Entertainment Capital of the World.

Overview of Los Angeles

We offer three versions of our executive-summary tour of Los Angeles ranging in length from a basic four-hour tour to an all-day...

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History & Architecture of L.A.

This tour focuses on where dramatic events and construction shaped a sandy river basin into a sprawling international...

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Our thematic Hollywood Tours take you on journeys through the land where dreams were and still are made. Follow the fledgling...

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L.A. Coast: Malibu to Long Beach

Travel down the Los Angeles County coast from Malibu to Long Beach. See amazing seaside homes, the splendid J. Paul Getty...

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Visit the second city established in Los Angeles County, where rich eastern families of the late 19th and early 20th centuries...

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