Los Angeles Neighborhoods

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1. Beverly Hills

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

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2. Chinatown

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

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7. Little Tokyo

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

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9. Melrose

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

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10. Pasadena

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

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11. Santa Monica

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

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13. Studio City

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

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14. Universal City

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

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15. Venice

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

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16. West Hollywood

Bordered by Sunset to the north and Melrose to the south, east of Beverly Hills and west of downtown Hollywood, this neighborhood fuses high-glam...

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17. Westwood

Westwood is a Los Angeles neighborhood with an interesting dichotomy as it borders UCLA and Beverly Hills. Westwood has the feel of a college town...