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The total driving distance from Oakland, CA to Los Angeles, CA is 371 miles or 597 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Oakland, California. It ends in Los Angeles, California.
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The world’s most famous sign, the H-O-L-L-Y-W-O-O-D sign in Los Angeles is a must visit place besides the Hollywood Walk of Fame. It is visible from all over the city. But to get the best view and to take the best photos get the insider’s guide from Hollywoodsign.org.
There are 3 hiking trails to the sign. The Mt Hollywood Trail is the most popular, suitable for families with kids, and the easiest hike. The Canyon Blvd Trail is moderate and the Cahuenga Peak Trail is a difficult trail.
You can pay $10 per person and take the convenient public shuttle from the Greek Theater (2700 North Vermont Ave) to the Hollywood Sign Viewing Area on Mount Hollywood. It is only available on Saturdays and Sundays including holidays from 9 am to 4 pm. Parking is available at Greek Theater. Kids under two are free.
The Hollywood Sign is located in the middle of Griffith Park and is not accessible by public transportation or car. For more info visit Hollywoodsign.org.
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