Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills is Filled with upscale shopping streets like Rodeo Drive, iconic scenery and beautiful landscapes at every turn and is known for being a popular area with its extravagant homes, luxury hotels and fine dining restaurants. With a population of over 34,000 people, the 5.7 square mile area is surrounded by neighboring cities like West Hollywood, Bel Air and Santa Monica. Some of the richest streets include Beverly Park Circle and Beverly Park Terrace, which have homes ranging from $15-16 million and more. Jeff Bezoz owns the most expensive home in Beverly Hills at a whopping $165 million, which is also the most expensive home in all of California. 

Beverly Hills is one of the top 10 richest neighborhoods in Los Angeles County. Jack Nickelson, Jennifer Aniston, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are among the many celebrities that live in the area. Beverly Hills is also one of the least dangerous cities in California. Thanks to its celeb boasting and luxury appeal, Beverly Hills is a hot spot for tourists. The lavish city is also known for its many iconic film scenery locations including the Greystone Mansion, Beverly Gardens Park and more. The most iconic of all is the classic Beverly Hills sign, which remains a staple for visitors to the area as they can snap a photo in front of the infamous sign. Other classic and iconic areas within Beverly Hills include the Beverly Hills hotel, or the pink palace, which includes the famed Polo Lounge and is a popular place for Sunday Brunch. The city also boasts other lavish hotels like the Four Seasons, The Beverly Wilshire—where Pretty Woman was filmed— and the Peninsula Beverly Hills. Whether you’re looking for lavish and luxury, good eats or beautiful and iconic scenery, Beverly Hills truly has it all.