Moving to Los Angeles
We must bear in mind that in order to travel to any American city, including Los Angeles, it is necessary to be in possession of a visa for the United States.
Since the so-called green cards are very complicated to obtain, the simplest thing is to obtain a visa through the company we work for if our intention is to move for work reasons.
For more information visit state.gov official page.
Before moving to Los Angeles, we must bear in mind that it is a very expensive city in terms of housing rentals.
In addition, it is not recommended to look for accommodation from Spain, since there are many scams. Keep in mind that many of the flats on offer usually come unfurnished, so if our intention is to stay in the country for a short period of time, it may be much cheaper to look for a room.
To search for a flat, these two websites can be useful craiglist.org and westsiderentals.com
Now, depending on what your preferences are, the best areas to live are:
Beach and leisure area: Santa Monica and Venice Beach, they are also very safe areas.
Urban Center: Downtown
Tourist area: Hollywood with great leisure offers.
Also noteworthy are the areas of
Mid Wilshire and Westwood – Located near the University of California.
Beachwood Canyon : located very close to Hollywood but with more affordable prices.
Beverly Hills and Malibu : these are the most expensive areas to live in, the place of residence of many celebrities.
Brentwood : It is a perfect residential area for families.
Los Angeles is an extremely large city, however the transportation system is quite poor in the city. The buses connect only the main avenues, and as for the metro, it is organized by colors depending on the route they take.
The green one: makes trips from the South Bay to Norwalk
The red one: works in the areas from Downtown to North Hollywood
The blue one: runs from Downtown to Long Beach
The Violet: Trips run between Union Station to Koreatown
The yellow one: runs between Union Station to Pasadena
La Dorada: runs from North Hollywood to Warner Center/Downtown to San Pedro.
Regarding the price of transportation, access the following page https://www.metro.net/riding/fares/
Tourist attractions in Los Angeles
There are endless things to see and do in Los Angeles. From mountain sites to extensive beaches, multiple museums and theme and natural parks.
As for the “nearby” areas to visit, the following stand out:
– Downtown Los Angeles: considered the center of the city, it is surrounded by skyscrapers and modern architecture. In this area you can visit monuments such as:
Los Angeles City Hall
Walt Disney Center Hall
– Manhattan Beach: is one of the most famous beaches in Los Angeles. Also during your visit, you can meet a million surfers, since it is one of the best beaches to practice this sport. Also noteworthy is the Santa Monica beach.
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