Many people wander how the rich and famous live, where they eat or dress. Taking a superstars homes tour, you will visit all the places important for them and have an opportunity to observe those movie stars you have seen on the silver screen actually live.
Such day tours offer the public to see the mansions of today's superstars, including Nicolas Cage, Phil Collins, Julia Roberts, Halley Berry, Jackie Chan, Britney Spears Steve Martin, Harrison Ford, Richard Gere, Barbara Streisand and dozens more, let alone the provocative Playboy Mansion and a colossal home of a producer Aaron Spelling. You may also pass the former estates of such cult figures as Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra and Lauren Bacall.
With star homes tours visitors will not only drive along the multi-million dollar homes, owned by celebrities, and look at the neighborhoods, where superstars live, but they will learn about the real Hollywood as well. Famous districts of Hollywood offer plenty of photo opportunities for tourists, interested in lifestyles of the elite.
Touring Hollywood in a comfortable air conditioned mini bus, you will visit the Hollywood Hills, Mulholland Drive, Beverly Hills and much more. Typically, day tours start their way in Hollywood and the Hollywood Sign is the first stop, as it presents the best view of the city of angels from Mulholland Drive.
Next tourists move down the Beverly Hills and Rodeo Drive, a legendary area, where superstars shop and live. Heading into Beverly Hills, you will bypass more gated estates and more sophisticated mansions. Then you will stop at the Harvard-Westlake High School, where Tori Spelling and other celebrated teens studied to the tune of thirty thousand per semester.
After that take time to do celebrity sightseeing and shopping on Rodeo Drive. It is important to dress sophisticated and casual whilst visiting Beverly Hills. The only people in the neighborhood, who do not dress up are the tourists, and they quickly feel out of place. Boutique owners have been known to ask customers to leave, if they are too casually dressed; thus, cut-offs and t-shirts are better left for the beach.
Following the shopping, tourists usually move along the exciting Sunset Strip, which is full of restaurants, clubs, hip hotels, and nightlife for the masses. Here they first typically call in the Key Club, known for being filmed in the "Night at The Roxbury" with Chris Kattan and Will Ferrell. Visit Johnny Deep's Viper Room and the place, where River Phoenix died from a drug overdose.
Driving along the numerous outdoor cafes and bars, you chance to see superstars double, as they are frequently visited by the many of movie celebrities. While moving on, check out some of the hip hotels along The Strip, like The Mondrian, The Standard, and Chateau Marmont, notoriously known as a place, where John Belushi was found dead of a drug overdose in Bungalow D. Notice Pauly Shore's family comedy store, The Laugh Factory, and see plenty of other famous clubs and establishments.
A final point of the majority of star homes tours is the Hollywood Walk of Fame. On your way back to the Hollywood Boulevard, you will see over two thousand five-point stars, honoring the idols of music, television and film business.