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About Venice

What makes living in Venice special? Naturally, Venice Beach comes to mind, with its world-famous waves, the Ocean Front boardwalk full of street performers and restaurants, and sports courts beckoning you to get in on a pick-up game of streetball.

Venice is also a fantastic place to call home if you like to explore your neighborhood on foot: with a walk score of 79, it’s among the top 20 most walkable neighborhoods in the Los Angeles area. Whether you’re checking out the shops and restaurants on Abbot Kinney Blvd.—named “The Coolest Block in America” by GQ Magazine—or taking an evening stroll along the canals in the Historic District, there’s plenty to do without needing a car to take you there.

Biking is another popular option; many major roads have dedicated bike lanes, and you’ll find lots of cyclists on the 1.4-mile Venice Beach Path.

Of course, some trips are longer than you might want to walk or pedal, and public transportation options are easy to find both with local Metro routes as well as regional service typically used by people looking for a ride to the beach from communities farther inland (e.g. Big Blue Bus).

 

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