Welcome to LA – Moving, sights and beaches

Are you fulfilling your American dream and moving to the USA? If this is your plan or even your reality, then you will find here the perfect tips for your move. Starting with the start of your move, the most important things you should know as a new resident of the city of Los Angeles. One reason you moved to California was for the beautiful beaches? No problem! Here you will find every detail about the beautiful sea air on the West Coast. If you are interested in emigrating to the USA, or you are already planning a move, read more about the complete topic and WELCOME TO L.A. here!

Start in Los Angeles – Recommendations for moving to the USA

Anyone looking to move to Los Angeles has probably been dealing with the visa issue for a long time. Just like the financial questions you have to ask yourself. Los Angeles is one of the most beautiful metropolises in the world, that’s for sure, but it’s also one of the most expensive places to live. Should it be a house in Beverly Hills, a modern apartment in downtown, or still with a van along the beach of Santa Monica? There is something for everyone. Here you can find out more about the different parts of the city, the best hotspots when it comes to beaches and interesting sights that you simply have to see.

The neighborhoods of LA – Downtown, Malibu and West Hollywood

Even if the city of Los Angeles is only one city, it can be said that there are more than enough sides and impressions. Every corner is different and this versatility and diversity is proof that a visit or a move is definitely worth it. Should it be a corner where there is not so much hustle and bustle and it gets super contemplative as soon as the evening sun appears in the Golden Hour, or should it be more central downtown where many young creative people gather to chase their passions and careers? Here you’ll find the perfect overview of the most interesting spots in the metropolis.

Beverly Hills Plams & Mansions – Life of the Rich and Beautiful

Beverly Hills is known as the home of the rich and beautiful. Here you will find the typical long streets with huge palm trees. To the left and right are parked Ferraris, Porsches and other luxury cars. About 33,000 people live here and each of them has made it. The buildings are mostly luxurious from the outside as well as from the inside and have their own style. Sunset Boulevard, which precedes its name, also runs through Beverly Hills. The famous Rodeo Drive is also located in the middle of Beverly Hills, here a unique and luxurious shopping experience takes place and tourists also like to stroll through the shopping area to get a glimpse of the life of the rich and beautiful. The main residents of this district are singers, actors, producers, athletes and directors.

Downtown – vibrant downtown and financial district

Downtown Los Angeles, or DTLA for short, is practically like the classic downtown in big cities, but since there is no such thing to be found in LA, as each part of the city has its very own life. If you like to try a lot of different restaurants, DTLA is perfect for you. A huge selection makes it not easy to decide. Sports fans should be familiar with this part of town, as this is also where you will find the Staples Center, which hosts sporting events such as NBA basketball games and ice hockey. Especially cultural influences from the Asian culture, like Chinatown or Little Tokyo are located in Downtown. The Financial District is also located here, and its office buildings provide many jobs for residents. Older and historic buildings have been rebuilt and redesigned in large numbers and thus architecture lovers will always find something to look at and inspire in Downtown.

The Valley

The Valley – Everyone has probably heard of the legendary ‘Valley’ in Los Angeles. No matter if in movies, music or in a series this place is often picked up. This part of the city offers a huge variety of recreational activities and production centers. For those who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, this is the perfect place to take a long walk in Runyon Canyon. Whether you are a fan of sports who likes to go jogging, or for a walk with a beautiful view of the city, there is something for everyone here. If you’re a fan of America’s film culture, you’ll be familiar with Warner Bros Studios and NBC Studios, both located in the Valley. You’ll also find North Hollywood, or NoHo for short, which is considered one of the most artistic neighborhoods. There are a variety of live theaters, museums, and a huge selection of bars and hip restaurants. Woodland Hills, which also exists here, is considered the most family-friendly suburb in the Valley. These have huge malls, farms with horses and other animals, not to mention arguably the most stunning sunsets. If you’re looking for some peace and quiet here, a visit to the Japanese Garden in Woodley Park is a great way to do it. Designed by Dr. Koichi Kawana, there is the possibility to meditate and pause in one of the Zen meditation gardens.



Malibu – Actually not an official part of the city of Los Angeles, but definitely worth a visit for anyone moving to California. The very special flair here is for many the reason to choose a beach house directly on Malibu Beach. No wonder, where better to enjoy the warm Californian sun than on one of the most beautiful and probably most relaxing beaches in the world. Celebrities who want to live close to the City of Angels, but still enjoy the feeling of seclusion and privacy will find their place here. Among others, Miranda Kerr, Cher, Tom Hanks and Angelina Jolie live in Malibu. They can walk out of their beach house in the morning and probably forget all the stress about career, paparazzi, etc. while breathing in the sea air. Malibu is a true cult place and stretches over 50 kilometers along the Pacific Ocean. It is also a paradise for real surfers. If you know how to surf here, you should go to the Malibu Pier and you will find the perfect waves. In the north of Malibu you can actually see grey whales. Also the culinary fans will find here, with a variety of small beach cafes and seafood restaurants.

Santa Monica and Venice Beach – LA’s dream beaches


Places of interest


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