Vista Hermosa Natural Park
Vista Hermosa Natural Park is an urban natural park located at the western entrance to downtown Los Angeles. The park was opened in 2008 by reclaiming land that was originally an oil field in order to increase greenery in Los Angeles, where there are fewer parks in the city center than in other cities, and to provide residents with a place to relax. The park has a trail course, and from the east side of the park you can enjoy a wonderful view of the skyscrapers of downtown.
Los Angeles is a world city representing the West Coast of the United States and California. It is attractive for its year-round pleasant weather and casual, open atmosphere. It is the center of entertainment as represented by Hollywood movies, and there are many world-renowned tourist spots such as the landmark Hollywood sign, the Chinese Theater with handprints of famous stars, and the Griffith Observatory, which has been the setting for many movies.