Friday, May 8, 2020


This place is an icon of luxury, fame and wealth. While Hollywood stars make Beverly Hills their home, eat at fabulous restaurants, and relax in spas, the rest of mortals enjoy visiting this fascinating city and its world-famous attractions. Touring the houses of the stars is one of the most popular activities, among many other things, so here we give you some suggestions that you can visit for when we can leave home and start planning those holidays that you wanted so much, we started ...

  • Revolver Gallery

Here you will find everything Andy Warhol and nothing else. With more than 150 original engravings and paintings, the Revolver Gallery has the largest Warhol collection in the world.
The museum's aesthetic is classic pop art, with a flower mural adorning the ceiling and minimalist decor; worth a visit. For collectors among us, the Gallery has more than 200 works for sale, so find your favorite print and add it to your collection.

  • Mulholland Drive

It is world famous as the home of Hollywood celebrities. Although they are often hidden behind high doors and trees, you can glimpse a series of luxurious houses, some of which are the most expensive in the world.

  • Trolleybus tours of Beverly Hills

Give your sore feet a break with a trolley tour of Beverly Hills. Climb aboard for a 40-minute tour of downtown Beverly Hills and visit famous landmarks like Rodeo Drive, the Beverley Wilshire Hotel, and Mulholland Drive.
The tour is fully narrated and gives you an overview of the art, architecture, history and culture of the vibrant city. A tram tour is the perfect way to get to know a city before starting it on your own.

  • Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation

He is dedicated to making Frederick R. Weisman's private collection of modern and contemporary art available to the public. With over 400 works on display, you'll find works by Picasso, Kandinsky, and Warhol, along with many other acclaimed artists.

  • Will Rogers Memorial Park

Built in 1912, the small park has been popular with families ever since and is a popular tourist spot. As you wander the winding trails you will find a large pond with a majestic fountain in the center, which is dedicated to Margaret J. Anderson, the first owner of the Beverly Hills Hotel.

  • Greystone Mansion and Gardens

The 55-room mansion sits on 16 acres of land and is a striking example of the English Tudor revival. Visit the extensive gardens with beautiful flower beds, tall trees, and fountains. Tours in the interior only take place on Saturdays and sell out months in advance.

  • White Villa

Villa Blanca is a romantic, elegant and exquisitely decorated restaurant serving an interesting fusion of Italian, Mediterranean and Asian cuisine. The atmosphere is relaxed, the music is soft, and the tablecloths are crisp and white. There are plenty of fresh flowers around the dining room and the original art hangs on the walls. It is the place where you can bring in a customer you want to impress and where you can often rub shoulders with one or two celebrities.

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