Welcome to the entertainment capital of the world. Fascinating history, rich culture and heritage, and major attractions that will keep you busy for months, Los Angeles and its multicultural neighborhoods have it all.
Move in to the upscale neighborhood of LA away from the city vibes. Streets lined with trees and beautiful homes are symbolic for Beverly Hills.
Brentwood is a quiet, well-kept, and one of LA's most affluent neighborhood. Originally part of a Mexican land grant, its modern development began in the late 19th century.
Home to the movie business, Culver City, with all its varied architecture, commercial spaces, and globally inspired restaurants and cafes is one of the best neighborhood of LA to live in.
Get the 'Big City Life' experience in Downtown Los Angeles and commit to the urban lifestyle.
A little worn out on the edges but completely vibrant with street art, activity and edgy young people, think of the Echo Park neighborhood as a tiny slice of Miami.
A landmark for the entertainment business, Hollywood is the dream-come-true place for tourists as well as the locals, because of its star-studded location.
Some historic architecture and others contemporary, Koreatown is a beautiful mix of the two. Bars, cafes, eateries, and spas are the major attractions.
Sitting at the foot of the scenic San Gabriel Mountains, Pasadena is a neighborhood for the relaxed, with resorts, charming shops and boutiques.
Santa Monica is the most iconic beachfront neighborhood of Los Angeles. The larger than life coastline and the Santa Monica pier are the amazing highlights of the city.
Indie stores, graffiti art on the streets and a rustic feel to the area, is the hipster Silver Lake. Take a walk down the Sunset Boulevard, one of the most prominent areas of the neighborhood.
Perceived as the college town, Westwood is home to many of the students from UCLA, but with high-end and exlcusive LA vibes.