Thank God for CityPASS, the tourism discount card, with it you can visit Hollywood and Los Angeles on a budget.
All the must see attractions and the most popular ones are in there, so you can enjoy your stay in Hollywood by saving costs and even cutting lines. When you visit LA that´s the thing you´ll most appreciate, since lines seem eternal everywhere; there´s so many people in each attraction, there´s so many people in the Hollywood Boulevard that you will probably be waiting a lot… enters CityPASS and you save some bucks (that´s always good) and you also save some time (a very welcome bonus).
What are the attractions included in Hollywood CityPASS booklet?
Red Line Tours Hollywood Behind-the-Scenes, Madame Tussauds Hollywood and Starline Tours of Hollywood are included on every CityPASS booklet, and you can also choose between the Kodak Theatre Guided Tour and The Hollywood Museum.
What is each attraction included in Hollywood CityPASS booklet about?
Red Line Tours – BTS: 75 minute guided tour on Hollywood Boulevard to discover it properly.
A city tour to see the Movie Stars´ Homes.
Madame Tussauds Hollywood:
The world class, very fun to visit wax museum.
Kodak Theatre Tour:
Half an hour to discover everything about the place where the Oscars are held.
The Hollywood Museum:
Tons of memorabilia in the historic Max Factor building.
How much do I save with CityPASS Hollywood?
If you add up every ticket, you´d pay $ 114 but if you buy the CityPASS you pay $ 59. So that´s nice. Also, you get special discounts and offers with the booklet.
I had the chance to use the Hollywood CityPASS (as I also used San Francisco CityPASS and New York CityPASS) and what I can tell you is that if I ever go to Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia, Seattle, Southern California or Toronto, or ever go back as a tourist to LA, NY and SanFran, the first I´d do is buy a CityPASS booklet. You can´t go wrong with it.
It´s valid for 9 days since you first use it, you skip the lines, and save some money. It´d be foolish not to take advantage of it.
I will review every attraction on the booklet in Hollywood in this special coverage I am doing, and I will also review the other two CityPASS booklets I used (NY & SF).
Did you use CityPASS booklet? How did it go? Let me know in the comments section.
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