El Segundo's a quaint little place if you're talking about the downtown strip. They have a weekly farmer's market and little restaurants lining Main. It's a quiet area and life moves slowly. Then there are the areas where the businesses have taken over and it's a hub of activity in the daytime, with workers milling about on breaks throughout the ...
Cities near El Segundo
- 1California, USA65 reviews
I always tell my friends and family transferring through LAX on their way to Hawaii, Australia, New Zealand, Asia…to break up their trip and get out of the airport and go to Manhattan Beach. Nothing is worse than just mulling around an airport for hours. If your layover is three+ hours, jump in a taxi and take a mini vacation. ...
- 2California, USA20 reviews
Beautiful city and Resturaunts in this area!
- 3California, USA21 reviews
Hermosa Beach is beautiful. It's large and perfect for a stroll. If you're a fan of volleyball there are nets EVERYWHERE.
- 4California, USA1 review
- 5California, USA5 reviews
Amazing. City of Champions.
- 6California, USA4 reviews
Like Inglewood close to LAX. Here are many budget hotels no major sights to my knowledge.
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- 9California, USA505 reviews
Traffic is the worst. Beaches. Hiking. Food. If you're into architecture check out John Lautners houses in Southern California.
- 10California, USA141 reviews
This seaside city is a great place to enjoy sun, beach, & shops. It is what you think of when you think of sunny Socal.
- 11California, USA38 reviews
Great neighborhood and central to Los Angeles shopping, eateries, travel & nightlife. Always upgrade your hotel room for more comfort & a better night's sleep. Starbuck's, Trader Joe's, Basix Cafe, Marix, LASC, Tender Greens, Beverly Center, Melrose, just so much to see & do.
- 12California, USA61 reviews
Beverly Hills lives up to the image visitors have in their mind. Expensive cars, the most chic restaurants, couture and stunning hotels! Anything you want is available in BH as long as you have a lot of credit cards.
- 13California, USA67 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 ...
- 14California, USA49 reviews
Although Venice has virtually no reminders of the era, it was, along with North Beach, San Francisco and Greenwich Village, New York, a center of the Beat Generation in the 1950s and 1960s. The Venice Boardwalk is filled with a conglomeration of people engaged in a hodgepodge of activity having minimal redeeming qualities - rather like New Orleans' Bourbon Street ...
- 15California, USA16 reviews
Culver city is definitely a diamond in the rough. There's not much to do except what downtown culver has to offer. They have 2 hour free parking the garages which is awesome to take advantage of.
- 16California, USA14 reviews
Burbank has a nice little strip by the promenade that has some good restaurants that are pretty popular some good stores and so on. Good place to go every once and a whole.
- 17California, USA7 reviews
Great place to meet people. :)
- 18California, USA4 reviews
Without question, the best Chinese restaurants in the San Gabriel Valley.
- 19California, USA3 reviews
In an industrial part of LA off the I-405 Freeway, Torrance is one of my fave neighborhoods to explore just because of its Japanese community connections. Here you can spend days searching out the best bowl of ramen, or just drop by the Japanese import shops and supermarkets to stock up on groceries and hard-to-find items from Tokyo and beyond.
- 20California, USA7 reviews
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