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If you move to Los Angeles, be prepared for ideal year-round weather. Multiple Los Angeles apartments are in proximity to pristine beaches, glorious mountains, eclectic neighborhoods, interesting museums, beautiful parks and exciting industries. With an average of 325 days of sunshine per year, there's plenty of time - and good weather - to enjoy all that Los Angeles has to offer.
Like having fun? Then Los Angeles is definitely worth a closer look. The city is home to the ever-expanding entertainment industry (film, television and music), making celebrity-spotting almost a sport here. For the adventurous, theme parks abound in Los Angeles, such as Disneyland, Knott's Berry Farm and Universal Studios Hollywood. If nature is a passion, you can always find Los Angeles apartments near hiking trails, parks, bicycle paths and golf courses.
Los Angeles apartments are located atop a unique, varied geography, allowing residents and visitors to visit the desert, surf, snowboard and ski - all in the same city. A host of Los Angeles apartments are near the Pacific Ocean, Los Angeles River, San Fernando Valley and Los Angeles Basin and some Los Angeles apartments are within driving distance of the majestic, mile-high Mount Lukens.
If you prefer shopping as your cardio instead of mountain-climbing, several Los Angeles apartments are within walking distance to shopping. The celebrities often can be found in the Robertson Boulevard Shopping District, which is the general area of Rodeo Drive, Melrose Avenue, Beverly Center and Century City mall. In this neighborhood, high-end stores are around every corner. If you're looking for more affordable ways to spend your money, check out the Los Angeles Fashion District, known for its bargain-priced, cutting-edge trends. For vintage looks, explore Kinney Boulevard, a shopping destination for any artist types or antique hunters.
After all that activity, a Los Angeles resident has to eat. You won't hunger for long with fantastic restaurants such as Michelin Star recipients Spago, Gordon Ramsay at the London, CUT, Melisse and Providence. For an authentic food experience, venture out into restaurants in Koreatown, Chinatown, Thai Town, Little Tokyo, Little Persia and Little Ethiopia. For those who would rather cook in the comfort of their Los Angeles apartments, culinary inspiration can be found in Los Angeles' 79 farmers markets, guaranteed to have the freshest produce and seafood the West Coast has to offer.