- City in California
Los Angeles Reviews
Rating 4.05 out of 5 1,573 reviews
The weather and opportunities are obviously amazing, hence why so many people wish to live here. There are so many things to do and the city has so many different cultures in the same place. Contrarily, the traffic is notoriously awful at all times. It is getting increasingly expensive and wages are not being kept up with the cost of living. Homelessness is increasingly becoming more problematic, and crime seems to have gone up over the last year. Despite all of that, I still do love living in this city.
I love Los Angeles beautiful weather, but is is not safe to enjoy all of beauty of the city. There are so many homeless people, traffic jam. I love the environment of los angeles's national park.
I have lived in los Angeles all my life. it's an okay environment to raise a family. There's a huge homeless problem. I personally think there should be better programs for the homeless.
I was born and raised here. I have lived here for 17 years and I love being able to call Los Angeles my home.
I was born and raised in Los Angeles, it is honestly amazing. There are so many things to do here. All the people living in Los Angeles are so kind and welcoming.
I have lived in Los Angeles for most of my life. I like how the weather is always great. Sunny almost every day. It does have a problem with homelessness but I feel that is every large city.
Los Angeles is a great area, there are some pretty nice places to go see, and nice beaches, schools, parks, and museums.
Los Angeles has a high diversity of people, opportunities, culture, education, and nature. It is a good city, with a major downside of bad public transportation, so it is difficult to live without a car, and children can be much less independent because of this.
It's big and has stuff to do, but you need a car and public transportation is questionable. However, the city is nice.
There are many things I love about Los Angeles. The number one thing that comes to mind is the diversity. You can find any ethnic town you could think of; from Chinatown to Olvera street, Thai Town and Little Armenia, you will be encompassed by the culture and don't even get me started on the amazing authentic food! Nothing beats the diversity that comes with Los Angeles. Aside from this there is so much opportunity here. Born and raised in Sacramento, I didn't know how interesting life could really be. Dreams do come true in Los Angeles as long as you have the right attitude. As with everything else though, there are some major problems here. The homeless community in LA is the hardest part. Skid Row is notoriously known for it's homeless community, the area's hardship's date back to the 1880's. If I could help to change one thing about LA, it would be this.
Lots of restaurants, shopping, and nightlife around. Trails, hikes, mountains, and the beach are all within reasonable distance by car. Very diverse communities everywhere, although the city in general is quite expensive.
The thing I like about Los Angeles is that it gives a lot of landmarks to sighting seeing for me and my family when want to go on a family adventure. However, I keep seeing a lot of trash lying all over the ground when I go on family, and until I have a dream job, I would want to do a few community services of picking up trash to prevent littering from happening again. Luckily, LA contains many jobs involving those criteria.
Los Angeles is crowded, dirty, poor infrastructure, the situation with the homeless in this city is worse than any other US city and if you need a restroom in Hollywood you have to drive long miles and if you are walking maybe you never get to find a bathroom available, almost you can say there aren't public bathroom in this city, the bathrooms on CVS, gas station, supermarkets etc aren't available for the public and if you finally find a public restroom you also need to find a parking available that it is also hard to find it and really expensive. I have to venture out Hollywood, Santa Monica for a decent atmosphere, by the way Santa Barbara it is a really nice city.
Los Angeles is a good area to visit. There are a lot of fun things to do here and in the surrounding areas. We have Universal Studios, Hollywood, Six Flags, cool cruises, etc. I think the education you get here is good if you pick the right school. As for the safety I mean it depends on where you like. I would say South L.A is more dangerous.
I grew up in Los Angeles and I have to say that it’s not as spectacular as some people outside the city make it out to be. On my side of La, I would say that there would need to be some major improvements. It seems that there are more people living on the streets than there were before. Schools have been trying, but are still unsuccessful in having a secure place for students to learn in. Traffic gets heavy sometimes on a daily basis. I don’t want to just point out the negative though, because every city has their cons and pros. La is still great driving in at night. There’s also a good amount of diversity here so it’s very inclusive. I feel that there were job openings even before the pandemic had hit and did it’s damage. I think of La as a chance to become better, and a place to give opportunities for those who come and live here.
This is an ok city as it is pretty hot most of the year and doesnt snow. Crime is up and homelessness is everywhere.
What I like about Los Angeles is I lived here my whole life. Where I live rightnow is a good neigorhood.