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Highlights in Hollywood
- Walk of Fame
- Mount Lee
- Dolby Theatre
- Santa Monica
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Hollywood Holiday rentals
There is certainly much to discover in the Californian city par excellence, Los Angeles, especially if you decide to stay in one of Hollywood's villas, which is perhaps the most famous of the districts of the so-called City of Angels. A letting in Hollywood offers an easy access point to the most popular attractions for tourists, as well as allowing you to reach the beach in a short time.
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Located north of downtown Los Angeles, the Hollywood neighbourhood is surrounded by an impressive natural landscape, alternating between the ridges of Mount Lee, the sea and the Mojave Desert. The district's most representative buildings are bordered by two famous streets, Wilshire Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard. The latter continues to coast the Pacific Ocean.
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Film lovers will also find a simple walk through the streets of the Hollywood district, which has always been considered a real dream factory, exciting. Only here, in fact, it can happen to meet on the same day the most famous and beloved faces of international cinema. Alternatively, you can be content to review the names to which the prestigious stars of the Walk of Fame are dedicated, near the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.
The so-called Walk of Fame stretches over two kilometres, on both sides of the Hollywood Boulevard
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The real symbol of Hollywood, to which it is worth dedicating at least one shot, is the famous inscription that stands out in cubic characters on the hill Hollywood Sign, from 1923. The original purpose of his installation was to draw attention to the new residentialcentre that would soon be built on the side of Mount Lee. Today, the inscription is an integral part of the face of the Californian city, and is reached and photographed by thousands of tourists every year.2. A walk along the coast of Santa Monica
Just outside Los Angeles you'll come across one of California's best-known coastlines, the Santa Monica. Once here, you can decide to surf the waves of the ocean, or wander around the promenade, on foot or by bike. Many areas of the bay still retain their natural and somewhat wild charm, proving to be unmissable destinations for hikers, especially in the area of Topanga and Malibu Creek.3. Walking through the museums of Hollywood
Some of the most interesting and fanciful secrets of the world of cinema are contained in the various museums of the Hollywood district, starting with the Hollywood Museum, housed in a building from the early '900, entirely built according to the canons of art deco. Here are preserved the original costumes, stage material and posters of the films that have made the history of cinema. The Guinness World Records Museum, dedicated to world records in every field, is particularly interesting and different from the usual.
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With an annual average price of £244.30, Hollywood is not neighbourhood that stands out for being the most expensive or the cheapest in the USA.
If you would like to save the maximum amount during your visit to Hollywood, pack your bags and travel there in December (£202.69 per night on average), November (£212.94), or February (£215.38) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
When it comes to renting a holiday letting in Hollywood, the highest prices are found in the month of July (with an average of £297.28 per night), followed by August (£284.83), and June (£283.81).
If you decide to discover Hollywood, we suggest planning your travels long before you go because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 85% in the year 2020.
The months that offer the most accommodation options, on average, are April (with an availability of 22.75%), May (21.8%), and December (19.5%), according to the trends observed in 2020.
According to data from 2020, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Hollywood are, in order, July (with 10.5% of available rentals), September (12%), and February (13%).
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