Cities near Anaheim-Santa Ana-Garden Grove
- 1California, USA43 reviews
Anaheim is the sunny Californian city of my childhood memories, mostly because Disneyland is here. I absolutely love the place and everything to do with it, and thus endorphins and happy chemicals are released at the very sound of "Anaheim." Huntington Beach is nearby, an interesting place, and LA is a short drive away too, of course.
- 2California, USA5 reviews
The town I grew up in! It doesn't have too much for tourists. What it does have is Little Saigon. The largest concentration of Vietnamese restaurants and stores in the country. If you are looking for a great Vietnamese restaurant or bakery this is the city for you!
- 3California, USA7 reviews
Old Town Orange is the place to be in the city of Orange especially during Christmas season. If you're in town around that time, look out for the Orange Tree Lighting Ceremony. They block off all the streets and set up an exquisite Christmas Village for kids and adults that truly capture the timeless feel of Christmas. There are hayrides ...
- 4California, USA6 reviews
There is a big Vietnamese town here. It is known as Little Saigon and has a lot of great Vietnamese dishes and stores where you can get a taste of the culture. Although some of the parking lots are a bit sketchy, if you want to try the best Vietnamese food in America, this is the place to be.
- 5California, USA2 reviews
- 6California, USA1 review
Stanton is not a tourist location, but you could find yourself here if you are traveling between Disneyland and Knott's Berry Farm or other local destination. It's a small city, but there are plenty of shops and restaurants to satisfy the needs of its residents.
- 7California, USA30 reviews
Irvine is a pretty cool city. Just wish it had a central down town, doesn't have to be a huge one, just like Menlo Park or Palo Alto but scaled to Irvine's size. Maybe it's just a SoCal thing to not have central areas. Tons of malls though.
- 8California, USA66 reviews
THE LBC... Definitely a place that is infamous for the good the bad and the ugly. This place as all that and some more... The Good: An awesome downtown area with major So Cal attractions like the Aquarium of the Pacific, Long Beach Convention Center, Signal Hill, Long Beach Harbor, The Queen Mary, and lots of restaurants. The Bad: The ...
- 9California, USA9 reviews
Costa Mesa is very clean and well landscaped. A mixture of office parks and residential but a lot of business! There is a great shopping mall and just about every major store and restaurant you could imagine. Very accessible from the freeway!
- 10California, USA56 reviews
I believe this city has a lot of balance and that is what I love about it the most. It has the historical California beach town aspect to it, while also feeling like a small town with all the resources one would need. Great place to live.
- 11California, USA6 reviews
The best place*
- 12California, USA4 reviews
- 13California, USA3 reviews
- 14California, USA3 reviews
Rowland Heights and Hacienda Heights are located very closed together that many people don't even realize when they cross the border from one city to the next. You can basically think of the Azusa Road as the divider between Rowland and Hacienda Heights. Like Hacienda Heights, the city has a ton of good asian cuisine like the well known Class ...
- 15California, USA3 reviews
Nice area on LA close to UCLA. Definitely a nicer pay off the city, less ghetto, and offers a slew of God restaurants and night activities for the student population.
- 16California, USA2 reviews
- 17California, USA103 reviews
Just a little over an hour's drive south of LA along the coastal highway, Laguna Beach feels like a world away. What sprang to life as a bohemian artists' colony in the early 20th century has now become a glam celeb-happy weekend beach escape. Downtown is full of chic boutiques, (mostly) overhyped cafes and touristy art galleries, but you can't ...
- 18California, USA1 review
Love this small city. Hacienda Heights and Rowland Heights consist of some of the best asian food restaurants and drink cafes in Southern California. We pride over calling ourselves the 626 area - where now it has become known to be the hot place for asian cuisine. But to be more specifically, Hacienda Heights is actually quite a small area ...
- 19California, USA4 reviews
clean, safe, well thought out planned community.
- 20California, USA