Downtown Los Angeles
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Downtown LA is becoming a great place to discover by bike using the new Metro Bike system and new bike lanes. Downtown is one of the only parts of town where you can visit cultural hubs, like the Historic Plaza District, historic icons, like Union Station, and newly emerging areas like the Arts District. It’s a flat and bustling path, with lots of potential stops, that gives you a glimpse into the city’s diversity. If you want a detour, stop by the The Wheelhouse, a bike/coffee shop. The owners, Chase and Tami, know the area well and can recommend some spots for urban exploration.
Downtown LA is one of the most exciting parts of the city, with tons of great restaurants and nightlife, along with beautiful museums and art installations.
Broad Museum is one of my favorite DTLA locations. Public Library, Dorthy Chandler Pavilion, LA Live and The Staples Center
Plenty of pubs, restaurants and museums! Definitely check out the Arts District. Plenty of artistic events going on, so be sure to google what events are happening during your dates in town!
Great destination to spend the day. There are many museums and landmarks. Museums like the Broad museum, MOCA museum, Olvera street just to name a few. I recommend taking Amtrak from the Fullerton Station to Union Station to avoid traffic and parking headaches.
It’s been booming and changing but it’s tough to still know where to go. Not really a day time place to visit unless you go to a game or concert at The Staples Center. I hear there is a good Rock and Roll museum and and Grand Central Market for good eats! Good place for Bars at night but know where…
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