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September 19, 2019

Most people think of Malibu as the land of waterfront mansions, only for those with tremendous wealth, or home of Hollywood stars who live there on the weekends. It is one of L.A.’s most posh cities, but at the same time, it has lots to do for anyone not on a millionaire’s budget.

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Since 1912, Angelenos have been heading to one beach city in particular — Manhattan Beach, California. This serene beachside town is one of the nicest places to swim, tan and even surf, all complemented by a thriving yet quaint business district along Manhattan Beach Boulevard.

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Burbank is located between Hollywood and the San Fernando Valley — just “over the hill” as local say — and is home to some of L.A.’s most charming suburbs and its highest concentration of studios.

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Exposition Park is a main cultural hub for the L.A. area located south of downtown Los Angeles. It encompasses over 160 acres of world-class museums, recreational areas and sports facilities, as well as a beautiful rose garden that attracts large crowds.

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Culver City is quickly becoming one of the hippest and trendy neighborhoods in West L.A., because of the rise of tech in nearby “Silicon Beach.” These include fast-growing tech hubs like Playa Vista, Manhattan Beach, El Segundo and Culver City itself.