Los Angeles Neighborhoods


1. Beverly Hills

“Big mistake… huge.” Who can forget the famous flick that made Julia Roberts a star when her character...


2. Chinatown

The first American Chinatown planned and owned by Chinese immigrants, this vibrant LA neighborhood has grown into a...


7. Little Tokyo

Social, cultural and economic center of Southern California's Japanese community. The twenty-one-story New Otani Hotel,...


9. Melrose

A walk down Melrose offers the best glimpse of this vibrant city's styles, cultures, and people. The famous street is...


10. Pasadena

Rife with culture, Pasadena shines as one of the most tourist-friendly neighborhoods in Los Angeles. Huntington Library,...


11. Santa Monica

Located west of downtown near the Pacific Ocean, Santa Monica is the stomping ground of everybody from beach bums and...


13. Studio City

Known as the "Beverly Hills" of the San Fernando Valley, Studio City boasts a booming business sector and a less hectic...


14. Universal City

One of the biggest traveler destinations in the world, Universal City hearkens forth families and couples into the heart...


15. Venice

Tourists from all over the world flock to this well-known locale and film backdrop. Some unusual performers (including...


16. West Hollywood

Bordered by Sunset to the north and Melrose to the south, east of Beverly Hills and west of downtown Hollywood, this...


17. Westwood

Westwood is a Los Angeles neighborhood with an interesting dichotomy as it borders UCLA and Beverly Hills. Westwood has...

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