In an evolving city like Downtown Los Angeles, it seems like there is always a new concert, restaurant, or shop popping up every week. With so much to offer, it’s no wonder LA has become a haven for foodies, fashionistas, and art lovers alike. The dynamic skyline is also a main attraction, mixing the rich history of Los Angeles with the modern look of tomorrow.
And there’s no better way to discover all of this than on foot. That’s why we’re such big fans of FREE LA Tour, as they’ve designed the perfect two-hour routes that let you explore every corner of the city every day – for free! The best part? You can leave directly from Level Furnished Living.
7th & Bunker Hill | 3pm from Level Furnished Living
Departing every Sunday from Level Furnished Living in Downtown Los Angeles, explore the shopping and entertainment district before making your way down to the financial district, past LA’s skyscrapers, and then over to the famous Walt Disney Concert Hall.
Heart of Hollywood | 10am
Travel back to the early 1900’s, when the film industry started to take shape in Hollywood. From Capital Records to the Mann’s Chinese Theatre, learn how the movie industry involved into what it is today.
Explore Downtown | 3pm
From history to architecture, learn the ins and outs of the dynamic Downtown Los Angeles skyline led by the knowledgeable guides.
It’s fair to say that Los Angeles transforms at night. Discover the buildings that have made the area one of the most interesting places in the world for architecture, including the Walt Disney Concert Hall.
As a culinary city, it can be hard to navigate through the thriving food scene. From old schools sushi joints in Little Tokyo to the best tacos north of the border, prepare your palette for a delicious adventure. Tokyo Tuesday departs at 6pm and costs $75 per person (includes food), while the L.A. Mini Bites is every Sunday at 1:30pm and costs $25 per person (food not included).
For groups of 10 or more, depart any time of day and discover the best of Hollywood and the DTLA skyline. The cost is $120.
While the daily tours are free, if you enjoy the experience, a $20 gratuity is always appreciated. To learn more, visit www.freelatour.com.