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We enjoy strolling along the walkway full of shops and Restaurants. We especially like this one Mexican Restaurant that serves great food. The Margaritas are killer. We come to LA often because we have business in the Court House.
One of the oldest historic districts in Los Angeles. In addition to Olvera Street there is also La Placita Church, Avila Adobe, the Old Plaza Firehouse, the Pico House, Merced Theater, Masonic Hall, the Sepulveda House, the Pelanconi House all of which is part of...More
Interesting, but little bit dirty and many homeless people. Yet, I would recommend to visit this place, cause you will see the oldest part of L.A. There are some restaurants and shops with Mexican souvenirs. Walking distance from Union Station, parking around possible in paid...More
Lots of inexpensive tchotchke stands with a variety of local and Mexican imported goods. It was very crowded during our visit. I've been to this place several times over the years and each time it's exactly the same - kitschy and kind of cheesy. If...More
Olvera Street is more than a tourist trap. It is part of El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historic Park. In addition to many shopping opportunities and a dozen places to eat, there are several historic sites.
Museums include: Italian American Museum Los Angeles; Museum of...More
Olvera Street is one of those places you shouldn't miss when visiting LA. Rich in Mexican culture there are great restaurants and lots of stalls where you will inevitably make a purchase. When we were there a Mexican festival was taking place in the nearby...More
We went on a bus tour which part of this tour we went to Olvera Street in Los Angeles which is rich in Mexican Heritage. There is a Market there also plenty of eateries so you can defiantly get the good vibe of Mexico.
I grew up in LA and can remember coming here with my parents because it was something to do on the weekend, and it was FREE (unless you want to eat there). Over the years, the charm has been diminshed by hundreds of "crap" stands...More