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Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills

Categories: Shopping Malls, Landmarks, Shopping, Tourist Spots
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Known for its luxury shopping, Rodeo Drive featured its first luxury store in the 1960s. Visit No. 2 on the street to find a faux-European pedestrian walking area lined with shops and cafes. The Walk of Style has plaques embedded into the sidewalk that honor fashion icons whose wares are in the shops. On this same section of the street, you'll find the shining Torso sculpture. Put Rodeo Drive into our Beverly Hills trip itinerary planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Beverly Hills.
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  • Nice place to look at people, shop Windows, cars. Beautiful decor, relaxed atmosphere. Plenty of (affordable and free) parking. Check out walking by the adjacent residential area. You can imagine yourself in a tv series. Nice to see
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  • One of those places that's on the must see list for LA. If you don't have the time (or budget) to stop, it's nice to drive down. 
  • They are two blocks for two blocks with the best shops. All this with a taste very sophisticated from the person who opens the door, stained glass, and beauty salons. A nice walk
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  • Extremely clean and professional. I loved walking amongst some of the wealthiest people in America as well in being in such an iconic place. I didn't spot a single piece of trash on the ground throughout my tour. Absolutely immaculate and perfect for accommodating my limo.
  • World famous Rodeo drive. Most expensive street and shopping. If you like to window shop, see some famous people, fancy cars and nice sculptors this is a good place to check out if you are in LA.
  • Rodeo Drive is the most expensive street in the US. There are a bunch of high end stores and restaurants. It's good for nice walks, and brunch at one of the nice outdoor cafes. If you want to see celebrities, head to the Four Seasons for brunch. You can usually see someone famous there on weekends.
  • If you like window shopping for jewellery to $50 000 Eating expensive, but honestly not that good food. And probably getting stomach sickness from the prices. There were some cool sculptures on display when I was there though. And some of the stores are definetly in reach.
  • Never shopped here. I think I would have to sell my house to buy a pair of pants but it's a great place to see amazing cars!
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