Anyone interested in learning more about the beginning of LA should take a journey to the historical monument of El Pueblo de Los Angeles, one of the "living monuments" of the country. You can explore eleven of its twenty-seven historic buildings and glimpse how people from many backgrounds, including Native Americans, Europeans, and Africans, lived in this area after trekking hundreds of miles to get here. Four statues of notable mention include Carlos III of Spain, Father Serra, Felipe de Neve, and the Bell of Dolores. Don't forget to take a tour of the town's museums, firehouse, and local businesses, too!
*Free tours Tuesday–Saturday at the Las Angelitas del Pueblo office, located next to the Old Plaza Firehouse on the southeast end of the Plaza; they run at 10:00. 11:00, and 12:00. You can fill out this form or give a call to get reservations.
A bistro reserved for the guests of this very chic oasis from the heat of the city. This authentic... Read more