When in Los Angeles, visiting Beverly Hills is a must. The historic and world renowned area is home to some of L.A.’s biggest homes and most luxurious stores. When you visit, it might help to have a guide to Beverly Hills. Here and some must do activities of the city.
Rodeo Drive is an area of Beverly Hills that is known throughout the world. It is home to more than 100 luxury stores and boutiques. One area of Rodeo Drive that is not to be missed is Two Rodeo Drive. This area of Rodeo Drive is located right at the corner of Rodeo Drive and Dayton Way. It is a pedestrianized area that is built in a European style complete with a cobblestone walkway, floral displays and street lamps. Walk along the area and stop at brands such as Jimmy Choo, Versace, Tiffany & Co., Serapian and more.
Did you know that Beverly Hills has historic trolleys? Climb aboard one of these trolleys and enjoy a 40 minute narrated tour where you can learn all about Beverly Hills. You’ll hear about art, architecture, historical areas of the city and of course, you’ll drive down the world famous Rodeo Drive. Tickets for the trolley is just $5 for adults and $1 for children 12 and under! During the summer, from July 5th through September 3rd, Beverly Hills Trolley Tours are operated from Tuesday through Sunday; closed on Mondays and holidays.
If you are spending time in Beverly Hills, don’t forget to stop by the famous Chaumont Cafe & Bakery. This cafe and bakery is known for their impressive and decadent desserts. This is also a great spot for brunch as well. You can enjoy omelets, tomato and mozzarella sandwiches, smoked salmon and cream cheese and more. Top it off with freshly brewed coffee and you’ve got the perfect start to the day. Enjoy the outdoor seating as well and take in the sunny L.A. weather. You’ll find Chaumont Cafe and Bakery at 143 S. Beverly Drive.