The Sunset Strip is not just home to movie stars and Rock n Roll but an eclectic neighborhood that is also home to classic restaurants, shops, and a number of iconic area institutions. The surrounding Hollywood Hills’ quiet, winding streets are dotted with homes, basking beneath its world-famous signage. Perfect weather and diverse geography made it the ideal place for filming, and by the 1920s most major studios had set up shop here. It still commands that influence today. There is no shortage of entertainment in this neighborhood: theaters, museums, shopping, restaurants, and nightlife contribute to a dynamic, diverse culture. The neighborhood is a mix of vintage and contemporary buildings, bungalows, and beautiful, hillside houses laden with character and boasting stunning views of all of Los Angeles.