Rodeo Drive (shopping)


Los Angeles
United States
34° 3' 22.266" N, 118° 23' 58.0128" W
General info: 

Apart from the stars, the movies and the sea, shopping seems to be an obvious activity around in Los Angeles. The best place to do that is certainly Rodeo Drive of Beverly Hills, a four block stretch of road north of Wilshire Boulevard and south of Santa Monica Boulevard. The street is home to some of the region's most sought-after stores including Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Hermès, Burberry and Coach. The neighboring streets like Wilshire, Dayton Way and North Beverly Drive, also have many luxury stores and restaurants.

Apart from shopping, Rodeo Drive has been used as a filming location for countless films and television shows. Even if you aren't a shopper or if this doesn't fit your price range, there is a lot to fill your vision - almost a museum or architectural experience.

Getting there: 

Rapid bus 720 runs along Wilshire Boulevard, connecting Beverly Hills with the Fairfax district, Koreatown and Downtown Los Angeles to the east and with Westwood and Santa Monica to the west.
Rapid bus 704 runs along Santa Monica Boulevard, connecting Beverly Hills with West Hollywood, Hollywood, Silver Lake and Downtown Los Angeles to the east and with Century City and Santa Monica to the west.


High clothes, food and drinks costs.

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