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El Salvador Corridor

El Salvador Corridor is the first designated Salvadoran neighborhood in Los Angeles.
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South of Downtown L.A. near the intersection of Pico Boulevard and Vermont Avenue, travelers will find El Salvador Corridor -- the first designated Salvadoran neighborhood in Los Angeles.

There are more than 100 businesses and small markets offering Central American products that make up this Corridor, which serves as a physical space for Salvadorans to feel recognized in a city comprised of nearly 1 million Salvadorans.

Nearest Station
L.A. Union Station
1726 S Vermont Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90006
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Take Metrolink to L.A. Union Station. 

Walk north toward the Union Station walkway. Turn left toward N. Alameda St., then turn right onto E. Cesar E Chavez Ave. stopping at the bus stop.

Take the Metro 33 Santa Monica bus line to the Venice/Union stop, and walk 0.2 miles to your destination.

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