Known globally for its famous postcode, never-ending boulevards and even its housewives, Beverly Hills has lots to offer. Here we explore 8 slightly different attractions to enjoy in the city.
1. Rodeo Drive
If you’ve spent your life looking for your Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman moment, now is your time to shine. Take a trip down one of Los Angeles’ most famous streets, Rodeo Drive. Whether you’re looking to do some serious spending or simply stick to window-shopping, this two-mile stretch filled with the most opulent of designer brands will surely see your jaw drop.
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2. The Beverly Hills Sign
A trip to Beverly Hills certainly isn’t complete without a classic snap in front of the Beverly Hills sign. Potentially the most famous landmark in the city, this 40 foot sign is the perfect backdrop for all your Instagram needs.
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3. Sprinkles ATM
Forget cash, think cupcakes. Possibly one of the most Beverly Hills-esque attractions on the list, Sprinkles ATM is the world’s first cupcake ATM. With a constantly rotating list of yummy treats, indulge your sweet tooth in a matter of seconds.
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4. Greystone Mansion and Gardens
The Greystone Mansion, also known as the Doheny Estate, is a sprawling Tudor Revival style mansion kitted out with a whopping 55 bedrooms and insanely perfect gardens to match. If you’re a film buff, you’ll be sure to recognise this estate from films such as The Bodyguard and Spider-man.
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5. Mulholland Drive
This 21-mile long road spreading right across from the Santa Monica mountains up to the Hollywood Hills is home to big-screen royalty. Take a trip down and get your binoculars ready to try and catch a glimpse of some of the most expensive homes in the world and some of the best views in the city.
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6. Beverly Hills Trolley Tour
If you’re looking to see the Beverly Hills sites but minus the sore feet, jump on a 40 minute trolley ride through the city. This fully narrated tour will take you through the main landmarks whilst offering interesting context on Beverly Hills’ rich culture and history.
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7. The Beverly Hills Hotel
A trip to Beverly Hills surely isn’t complete without a visit to the famous hotel. Oozing with grandeur, the unmissable pink facade makes for the perfect picture. If a stay isn’t on the cards, be sure to pay a visit to the eternally popular Polo Lounge and join some of Hollywood’s most famous residents.
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8. Spago L’Exterieur
Located in the heart of Beverly Hills, this is more than just a spot for a bite. An experience at Spago L’exterieur is sought after with it being an extension of one of the city’s most popular restaurants. Co-owned by celebrated chef Wolfgang Puck, the restaurant is both a visual and physical delight.
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