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El Pueblo de Los Angeles, Los Angeles

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Have an authentic encounter with L.A. at El Pueblo de Los Angeles, one of the oldest parts of the city that was once under Spanish and Mexican rule. Centered around a main plaza, this district stands in testament to the city's storied past and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. Visit the area's landmark church, which dates back to the 1800s. In addition to a theater, firehouse, and other significant attractions, this neighborhood also boasts the city's oldest surviving residence. Make El Pueblo de Los Angeles part of your personalized Los Angeles itinerary using our Los Angeles itinerary builder.
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  • This is good to see a fair and the Mexican side in the middle of los angeles. Yes these are chinatown or union station happens to look. Would not go especially to this sector but.
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  • This a great place to take kids on a field trip to learn about the Los Angeles culture. When we go to Olvera I get so excited like a kid in the candy store. But my true favorite place at Olvera street...  more »
  • This is a very small area in downtown LA, opposite the Union station. If you set apart the high rises around, you could think you're in Mexico in some small village. There's a small square with a clas...  more »