When traveling alone on business, it sometimes can be difficult to see the city when on your own. However, this doesn’t have to be the case. If you’re traveling for business, here are some things you can do to enjoy the city. Sightseeing is always a great idea, whether you are looking for fun group activities Los Angeles is a great place to explore, in group or alone. While in Hollywood, taking in the Hollywood sign is a must. There are a number of great ways to get a good look at the sign as well as finding the perfect spot for a photo opportunity to remember your time in Hollywood. Hiking a trail is one great way to get outdoors, enjoy the weather and get close to the sign. An easy trail, which is great for beginners is the Mt. Hollywood Trail. The hike is a 3 mile loop that starts at the parking lot at Griffith Observatory. While at the Griffith Observatory, stop inside and check out the planetarium and great views of the city. Admission to the observatory is FREE.Another option while traveling solo is to join a tour group. In the city, there are a number of tour groups that are available. Depending on what you are looking for, you can find walking tours or bus tours as well. If you want to find out about all the latest celebrity news and even get the chance to see an A-lister, then the TMZ tour is for you. You’ll travel throughout the city and drive past some of the most popular hollywood hangouts. If you’re looking for a tour that will tell you about the history of the golden age of hollywood, then the tour at Philip Mershon’s Felix in Hollywood Tour Company is something to consider. Here, local historian Philip Mershon will take you on a 1hr 30min tour that will guide you on a tour of the origin of nearly all the major Hollywood studios. You won’t visit any of the major tourist attractions on this tour, but you’ll walk away learning all about the Hollywood of yesterday.
Business Traveler's LA Guide
Traveling on your own for business can be fun if you check out the Griffith Observatory, take a tour, or hike to the Hollywood sign.