Beverly Hills is an iconic destination that should be on your bucket list when visiting the US. If you think of luxury, glamour, shopping and celebrity spotting, this famous postal code will come to mind. You do not have to be a movies star to live the life of the rich and famous.

All it takes is a passport and of you go. Here are the places to visit in Beverly Hills and experience the city at its most fabulous.

A Stay in one of the Famous Hotels 

This small city is known for luxurious accommodations with unparalleled service in the center of the glamorous Los Angeles. Movie stars, politicians, and celebrities brush elbows in one of this fabulous jaunts. The iconic Beverly Hills Hotel and Bungalows is famous for its pink stucco façade, over the top garden and sumptuous rooms

It's one of the places to visit in Beverly Hills. Step into the Polo Lounge and you will see that nothing has changed since its opening 100 days.  

If you are a fan of the film Pretty Woman, Beverly Hills Wilshire is another hotel to stay. It merges the 19th-century French splendor combined with 20th-century sophistication. You might want to go full Julia Roberts and avail of their Pretty Woman for a day package.

Shop till You Drop

Nothing can be as glamorous as Rodeo Drive, the famous shopping destination for world-class brands in Beverly Hills. If you have money to burn, an array of high-end designer brands are waiting for you. Spend on brands like Hermes, Cartier and Lois Vuitton. If you are not a shopaholic, then a stroll along Rodeo Drive is an alternative. You can sit in one of the cafes and watch the scene at the cobblestone streets of Two Rodeo.

Paley Center for Media

If you are a TV buff, a visit to the Paley Center for Media is necessary. This is formerly the Museum of Television and Radio but was changed to the name of one of its co-founder. This institution has a permanent collection of more than 140,000 radio and TV program. One day is not enough to revisit your favorite shows.

Greystone Mansion

This 55-room mansion in Tudor style gives us a peek into the lives of the Los Angeles in the past. The inside is open for tours and events but tourists can enjoy and take a snapshot of the exterior garden, which is open to the public for free. The cypress and poplar trees and the pool area are perfect for your selfies.

Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts

If you love watching plays, dance and musical performances, the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts have regular shows. This modern facility is the landmark Beverly Hills Office in 1933 and with modern performance facilities. On a beautiful night, you can spend the intermission in the Jamie Tisch Sculpture Garden.

A Dinner at Spago

Your visit will not be complete without dining at Wolfgang Puck’s flagship restaurant in the heart of Beverly Hills. Here you have to indulge in sumptuous California dishes and have a taste of their wine selections coming from the world’s leading wine producers. 

If you are planning on your next travel destination, Beverly Hills should be on your list. Famous for not only its memorable zip code, fabulous hotels and a collection of famous brands in one street. With all the exciting things to do, being rich and famous for a day will not be enough.

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