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Rodeo Drive. Filipe Matos Frazao/Shutterstock
Rodeo Drive. Filipe Matos Frazao/Shutterstock
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Beverly Hills City Hall. Cary Kalscheuer/Shutter
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Bugatti in Beverly. Andrey Bayda/Shutterstock
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Beverley Hills Shopping. Nito/Shutterstock
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Beverly Hills Streets. Andrey Bayda/Shutterstock
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Beverly Witches House. Neil Kremer/Shutterstock
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Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills. Nito/Shutterstock
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Shopping in Beverly Hills. Litleny/Shutterstock

Beverly Hills, California

Beverly Hills with its famous zip code 90210 is a city in the Los Angeles County of the US state of California. For a city with 35,000 residents, Beverly Hills would have to be one of the most recognised places in the USA, especially for the countless celebrities and actors, which call this place home.

Interestingly enough, Beverly Hills was once just a former Spanish ranch where lima beans were grown. In the early 1900’s while looking for oil and only finding water the Amalgamated Oil Company became the Rodeo Land and Water Company renaming the ranch “Beverly Hills” and developing the area. By 1912 the Beverly Hills Hotel was opened and in 1931 the Beverly Hills City Hall was built which featured as the police station in the famous Beverly Hills Cop movie.

Rodeo Drive, also known as the “Golden Triangle” is the Beverly Hills crown jewels shopping district where the luxury goods stores dazzle tourists and the wealthy by its seductive charm. With the world’s most famous brands and the Rodeo Collection shopping mall, Rodeo Drive is fast becoming recognised as the international fashion paradise for shopping by anyone that appreciates good taste and style.

Shopping aside, many tourists come to Beverly Hills to for sightseeing with a guided tour of celebrity houses, trip down Mulholland drive and seeing the many luscious green public gardens being on the bucket list. Beverly Hills really does live up to its reputation of the “Garden Spot of the World”.

Other great places to see include Greystone Mansion and Beverly Witches House, the Beverly Hills Public Library, Pickfair, Electric Fountain and a must see for art lovers, the Frederick R Weisman Art Foundation.

If you are lucky to be in Beverly Hills early September, then don’t miss the annual Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance. Held every year on Father’s Day, the event sees Beverly Hills residents display some of the world’s most expensive cars in a competition where new supercars and old classic cars impressive everyone.

For more holiday information on Beverly Hills you may also want to visit Beverly Hills Conference and Visitor Bureau website.

Corner at Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, California, USA. Littleny/Shutterstock
Corner at Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, California, USA. Littleny/Shutterstock
Palm tree lined street in Beverly Hills, California. littleny/Shutterstock
Palm tree lined street in Beverly Hills, California. littleny/Shutterstock