If you only have a day to see L.A., see Beverly Hills. Love it or hate it, it delivers on a dramatic, cinematic scale of wealth and excess. Beverly Hills is the town's biggest movie star, and she always lets those willing to part with a few bills into her year-round party. Just remember to bring your sunscreen, sunglasses, and money for parking.

  • West Hollywood

    West Hollywood is not a place to see things (like museums or movie studios) as much as it is a place to do things—like... Read More
  • Brentwood

    A wealthy residential enclave west of Beverly Hills, Brentwood is home to the world-class Getty Center.... Read More
  • Westwood

    Tucked between Century City and Brentwood, Westwood is known primary as the home of the University of California.... Read More
  • Century City

    Just a few blocks west on Santa Monica Boulevard is Beverly Hills' buttoned-down brother, Century City. If Beverly... Read More
  • Beverly Hills

    When visiting Beverly Hills for the first time, many people head for the boutiques and restaurants that line the... Read More
  • Bel Air

    Minutes from Beverly Hills, Bel Air is a well-to-do residential neighborhood that draws many people in the film... Read More