The area considered the Westside of Los Angeles are the communities located off the stretch of Interstate 405, between the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), to the Sepulveda pass as you approach the San Fernando Valley.
Among the communities on the westside of Los Angeles is Culver City, Santa Monica, Brentwood and landmarks like the Sony Pictures, Culver Studios, Fox Studios, Pepperdine University, UCLA, and Loyola Marymount University.
Considered the the sixth busiest airport in the world for passengers, the Los Angeles International Airport is the gateway to Southern California. Whether you flew in domestically or internationally, there is a good chance you came into Southern California from LAX.
The J. Paul Getty Museum is a modern hilltop fortress that houses a few of the finest art collections in the world. The Museum itself is a stunning architectural showcase that's worth a visit even if you’re not interested in the art. With ocean and city views from a hilltop in the Santa Monica Mountains. The view is simply breath-taking.
Developed in the 1920's, Westwood Village has always been a great place to visit. Nested next to the UCLA Campus, Westwood Village boosts a variety of eateries, shops, a movie theater and the Hammer Museum.
This wealthy city is home to the world famous shopping on Rodeo Drive. Tourist come from all over the world to Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills 90210. Packed with exclusive shops and displays of wealth and privilege, shopping in Beverly Hills is as good as it gets. Well, who said you have to buy anything. Take a trip to Rodeo Drive, window shop and people-watch. It's a lot of fun.
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