Cities near Ladera Heights for Local Culture
- 1California, USA20 reviews
Cool modern architecture, beautiful weather and homes. There are lots of options in terms of activities from dining to gyms but they tend to be chains which is why I give the area 4 stars
- 2California, USA16 reviews
Born in Santa Monica in 1954 and lived here until I was 20 years old and could not imagine a better place to grow up. Very small, friendly town where all the store people knew you by name and no one ever was a stranger. Don't know if it still has that quality now, but was the best place for ...
- 3California, USA1 review
- 4California, USA5 reviews
Our plane was leaving very early in the morning. Inglewood is nearby LAX airport and we found a good and cheap hotel there.
- 5California, USA
- 6California, USA139 reviews
So much fun to play on the gym equipment and hang with the locals
- 7California, USA501 reviews
There's SO much to do in LA, go outside of your comfort zone & try something new!
- 8California, USA25 reviews
Beautiful beaches and the waterfront offers a slew of awesome restaurants that feature the freshest seafood! Look for the food stalls that seem fresh sea urchin!
- 9California, USA61 reviews
Wow you totally get the Hollywood feeling here. A lot of Stars and famous, rich people live in this area.
- 10California, USA109 reviews
I thought it was great to see some famous sights. Hollywood Boulevard, the Sign etc. but most of all Universal Studios!
- 11California, USA36 reviews
City of Pasadena is big, with over 130,000 population. My review will be based on zipcode 91106 only. Which is the area that covers two college campus (PCC and Cal Tech) Thumbs UP: + Parking is nightmare for the resident who live the two campus, students would likely park in their street spot. They need to enforce two hours parking ...
- 12California, USA64 reviews
Pro: + Walking distance to majority of store and restaurant in Manhattan. + Pretty clean and not too crowded beach + City offer free meter parking in holiday season + Great view, can see the whole beach shore all the way to Redondo beach. + Has a Strand + You can see a lot of surfer even when is cold. ...
- 13California, USA66 reviews
I know Long Beach's Beach (near 2nd street) is not as famous as Newport or Laguna, but that's the reason I like coming here!!! If you want a beach that you can go to to relax, sleep, read or simply enjoy a beautiful day without screaming kids or people around you; this place is for you!!! I came here because ...
- 14California, USA4 reviews
Come here for all the wonderful Chinese restaurants! This is the real Chinatown!!! Get your Chinese food craving here satisfied!
- 15California, 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.
- 16California, USA37 reviews
Known as WeHo, this area of LA is really funny. For shopping addicted Robertson and Melrose boutiques are a nice starting point. There are also stylish restautants and hotels. I enjoyed also driving through Sunset Blv, what beautiful houses and gardens all there around.
- 17California, USA42 reviews
If not for the parking, I'd say five stars. There are some great neighborhoods here with a ton of food options. Eat to you heart's content and then go enjoy the sunset over the ocean. I love the Sawtelle region and random gems like A Frame. Just be prepared for tons of traffic as you meander through the streets and ...
- 18California, USA7 reviews
Glendale remind me a lot like Pasadena, but smaller and little nicer. It doesn't had the huge sport stadium like the rose bowl or popular school like PCC or Cal Tech. But Glendale is kinda seat in between between east and west urban community in L.A. Downtown is more like a working area and not something you want to bring ...
- 19California, USA20 reviews
Hermosa Beach is in its own world - people leave their doors unlocked, barbecues on rooftops overlooking the ocean are standard weekday events, and the community is small enough that everyone seems to know everyone. Bikes are the main form of transportation (good luck finding a parking spot for your car), so renting one for the day is definitely a ...
- 20California, 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.