4 places to see when you learn English in Los Angeles
When you learn English in Los Angeles, as well as learning a new language, the city gives you the chance to experience local culture, not to mention Hollywood which is the home of movies. Known as the entertainment capital of the world, Los Angeles is the most populous city in California and home to the most beautiful nature in the region.
We’ve listed 4 must-see places around Los Angeles we recommend you to visit when you learn English in California.
Just over an hour from Los Angeles, Napa Valley is the most famous wine county in the United States.
The region is made up of charming towns and has more than 500 wineries and produces the best wines in the country.
Approximately 3 hours from Los Angeles, almost on the border with the state of Nevada, Death Valley is a desert region with extremely hot weather. The region has canyons that provide beautiful views.
A little over 2 hours from Los Angeles, lies the charming Danish settlement town Solvang. This place was a setting for the movie Sideways, which was nominated for 5 Oscars.
If you like motorbikes, in Solvang, visit the Vintage Motorcycle Museum which has dozens of classic American, Japanese and European motorbikes.
Approximately 4 hours away from Los Angeles, in San Simeon, you can find Hearst Castle. This historic building is a National Historic Landmark and is open to visitors. It offers various tours through the chateau rooms.
If you’d like to learn English in this beautiful and iconic part of California, check out what EC Los Angeles has to offer. The school offers English language programmes for adults and young learners and it’s just a 5-minute walk from Santa Monica beach, which will take your breath away.
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