Los Angeles, CA, the second largest city in the United States, is also known as the global city. As a center of international trade, the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach combine to make the 5th busiest container port in the world and the largest in the U.S. Following international trade, the entertainment business is the second largest economic driver just ahead of its large manufacturing industry. This diverse and broad economic base makes LA the 3rd largest economic center in the world.

Cultural and sports amenities are abundant in the greater LA region. Labeled as the creative capital of the world, LA has no shortage of film, theater, museums and art attractions for every taste.

At a Glance
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Local Attractions:
  • Rodeo Drive - A stretch of shopping in Beverly Hills featuring the world’s most luxurious brands.
  • Beaches - Los Angeles County has 20 named beaches on the Pacific Ocean, Orange County to the south has more than 30 more!
  • What's nearby? – Disney Land and Disney Studios in nearby Anaheim, California. In operation since 1955 it is the only theme park designed and built directly under Walt Disney’s supervision.
Fast Facts:
  • Population: 3,857,799
  • Nicknames: The City of Angels, L.A. or Tinseltown
  • Fun Fact: The city was founded by Spanish governor Felipe de Neve in 1781, and was part of Mexico in 1821 after the Mexican War of Independence