Travel Pic of Downtown L.A.

Los Angeles-Intro.

During some of our travels overseas, we ran into several people who lamented the fact that they did not have an enjoyable time when they traveled to Los Angeles (L.A).

The city was too big, too mysterious, and people were too unfriendly and superficial. More so, they complained they didn’t know exactly where to go or what to do outside the usual recommendations of other travel guides

We have taken it upon ourselves to right this wrong and show our friends Los Angeles for what it really is — especially, through the lens of a local.

Los Angeles has so many amazing neighborhoods, an awesome fashion scene, great weather, beach towns, universities, nightlife, and an amazing mix of cultures that makes it a permanent contender for title of “the world’s best city”.

L.A. simply has it all and while the city might seem overwhelming at first, if you know where to look, a trip to L.A. could amount to a life changing experience.

To give our friends or anyone else visiting L.A. in the near future a better look into this amazing city in southern California, we have decided to come up with a “blueprint” on how to travel through L.A.

Some Information About Los Angeles

Location: California, U.S.A
Population: 4 Million (2017 Census)
Largest Industries: Entertainment, Fashion
Largest Universities: University of Southern California, University of Los Angeles, California
Transportation: Automobile (Primary), Metro, Buses, Peer-to-peer ride sharing.
Accommodation, Food and Beverage: Very Expensive ($$$)
Seasons: Summer all year round with some rain

Neighborhoods To Discover While In Los Angeles.

  • Downtown
  • Little Tokyo
  • China Town
  • Westwood
  • Hollywood
  • The Sunset Strip
  • Koreatown
  • Echo Park
  • Atwater Village
  • Melrose District
  • Los Feliz
  • Silverlake
  • Thai Town
  • Little Bangladesh
  • Little Ethiopia
  • Miracle Mile
  • Fairfax
  • Boyle Heights
  • Eagle Rock
  • Studio City
  • Pasadena
  • Beverly Hills
  • Century City
  • Culver City
  • Bel Air
  • Brent Wood
  • Sherman Oaks
  • Pacific Palisades
  • El Porto
  • Sunland-Tujunga
  • Beach Towns
  • Other Must See Attractions

  • In our next post, we will take an in depth look into one of the fastest growing and up and coming neighborhoods in Los Angeles. Stay tuned to the press

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  • Discovering Los Angeles – Downtown

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    This article was written by Dante, a Chemical-petroleum engineer by study. He is a nightlife aficionado, an avid traveler, and a culturephile. | To get into touch with Dante please email him at or Follow Him On Facebook and Twitter

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