El Salvador Corridor
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
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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