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Club-hopping by Limo buses is common both in Downtown and in Hollywood. Why not combine the best of clubs by visiting both Sunset Strip and Downtown? Exchange L.A., Elevate Lounge and The Mayan are three thriving dance clubs in DTLA.
4. The Broad
3. Olvera Street
The oldest part of town, also known as El Pueblo, is one of the state’s most historic sights. Founded in the early 1780’s, city history can be experienced at Olvera Street. There is also shopping to be done: street vendors can be found roaming the neighborhood. Limousines can be used to cruise up and down Olvera St., or can be used for a simple drop-off.
2. Grand Central Market
With its beautiful surrounding views of town, state-of-the-art architecture and happening music venue, Walt Disney’s Concert Hall has become one of the city’s major attractions. Come to photograph the gorgeous scenery or to enjoy a concert in the heart of town.