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Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles is one of the most famous streets in the United States. It is here that movie stars and other members of the society of the rich and famous do their shopping. The stores and boutiques that draw both celebrities and tourists occupy only a three-block stretch, between Wilshire Boulevard on the South, and Santa Monica Boulevard on the north, but those three short blocks make up the most expensive shopping district in the world. Here you will find boutiques operated by some of the best known clothing designers; Christian Dior, Armani, Gucci, Valentino, Ralph Lauren, Coco Chanel and Christian Dior. If you can afford it, you can buy jewelry from Tiffany or Cartier. Then go on to browse through Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Deux. You might even want to buy a pair of $50 socks at Bijan, said to be the most expensive store in the world.

Of course, celebrity watching is one of the activities that visitors enjoy most on Rodeo Drive. If you’re here at the right time you just might spot Leonardo DiCaprio, Don Johnson, Britney Spears, Warren Beatty, Val Kilmer or any of the entertainers who do their gift shopping here. Rodeo Drive is even more interesting at night, when it is lit up. If you’re thinking of coming here and rubbing shoulders with the stars, check our listings at Vayama.com for budget and discount hotels in Los Angeles near Rodeo Drive.

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