Moving to Los Angeles

Moving to Los Angeles

There is a question that is asked by almost everyone at some point in their lives. One minute you are just living your life, enjoying it, and then suddenly you ask yourself the question – what about moving L.A.? It is like a stage of life, like childhood, becoming a teenager, even a midlife crisis. Everyone passes through it at some point. And I guarantee that nearly everyone asks the question about L.A. This is not really surprising because this is City of Angeles we are talking about. A unique city. The most unique city on the planet. The one in all the movies and TV shows. Tinseltown!  moving quote

But more than the movies it is actually a real place and, yes, there is also statistics about it. LA is the second largest city in the United States by population (after New York) with an area of 1,300 square kilometers. It is also the third largest economy in the country (after New York and Chicago). The port of Los Angeles is proud to be the 5th busiest in the world and with approximately 320 days of sunshine per year we even have the weather. But all of it is just numbers, and they say nothing about what it is like to live in the city of angels and truly being one of the angels.

Well, you will soon uncover the secret by the time you have completed your relocation to Los Angeles. In the meantime, here are a few facts about the city to wet your appetite.

Los Angeles is one of the world's major cultural, scientific, economic and educational centers. It is also one of the largest world centers for the entertainment industry in the field of film, music, television and computer games.

Urban geographers consider L.A. as the prototype of the modern American metropolis. With the development of road transport, the Los Angeles model of urban development changed from the model of Chicago-like building that prevailed in the 19th century. Los Angeles is characterized primarily by the absence of a true city center. While skyscrapers are concentrated in the "downtown" area administrative functions are distributed between the regions, far removed from each other. Most of the city you see now was formerly separate mini-cities which, over time, became absorbed into parts of Los Angeles. This is highlighted by the fact that the suburbs cover a vast area from the coast of the Pacific Ocean to the plains and in the foothills to the east. In total there are more than 80 districts which stand out in Los Angeles.

When planning your move to Los Angeles, think about the exact area where you want to live. If you want to live close to the beaches, the choice is very rich. For example, it could be Malibu, which is 45 km from downtown Los Angeles on the Pacific coast. As an interesting side note a long time ago, in 1857, the people redeemed private ranches for the price of 10 cents per acre. Today it is the most expensive real estate in Los Angeles with the 40-kilometer coastline of Malibu consisting of wide beaches, picturesque hills and cliffs.

Another place not to be overlooked is Santa Monica. This small town in the western part of Los Angeles is very popular, primarily because of its beaches. Here you can find a festive and relaxed atmosphere, stylish hotels near the ocean, many restaurants and excellent shopping opportunities.

One of the most exciting and attractive areas is Marina del Rey, a fishing village and a large harbor, where more than 5,000 boats are moored. The main entertainments here are the various options for boating and fishing for business, fun and sport. The shops and restaurants here are all located in the colorful houses that dot the coastline.

A little further from the beaches is Westside. It includes some of the most prestigious areas of Los Angeles and includes Beverly Hills. This is a famous district covered in the palaces of celebrities, expensive shops and palm trees along the streets. The main shopping area of the district is located along the famous Rodeo Drive. West Hollywood is located between Beverly Hills and Hollywood. The area is filled with restaurants, shops, clubs and art galleries. West Hollywood is a convenient place for walking and relaxing.

If you plan to get an education in Los Angeles, you will surely visit the Westwood region. The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) is here. This area is known for many good theaters and restaurants and is a great place to spend an evening.

 The region of Hollywood is certainly a great place to visit but not the best place to live. But it is a very good place for tourists as they come in the millions to see the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Grauman's Chinese Theatre and the Kodak Theatre as well as walk in the footsteps of their favorite onscreen personalities. However, since you are almost a local resident you should be aware that many of the movie studios moved to other, more spacious places around L.A. So maybe it is time for that dream move to come true and plan your trip to Los Angeles. Become a true Angel today.

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