Getting to Los Angeles Chinatown

Getting There

Traveling along 15 South

Follow I-15 South until you come to exit 115A which takes you on to 210 West. Take this exit and follow 210 for 7 miles and then merge on to I-605 S. Follow 605 until you are able to merge on to I-10 W. Make sure you stay to the left to get on to the San Bernardino Freeway, which will eventually become US-101 N. Merge on to CA-110 N and follow along until you come to exit 24. Take the exit and make a slight right on to Hill Street. Follow Hill Street down straight in to China Town.

Traveling from San Diego

Start off your journey from San Diego to Los Angeles along 9th Avenue toward Broadway. Take a right on to Broadway and then make a quick left on to 11th Avenue. Follow 11 down until it becomes a ramp for I-5. Take exit 1A on to I-5 North. Follow I-5 for nearly 120 miles and then stay left to get on to Us-101 North. Merge on to CA-110 North and then take exit 24 the Hill Street exit. Make a slight right on to Hill Street and drive straight in to China Town.

Traveling from Phoenix

When coming from Phoenix your trip will begin on East Washington Street toward North Central Avenue. Make a right on to North Central Avenue and then a left on to West Van Buren Street. Turn right on to North 7th Avenue and get on the I-10 West ramp. Stay on I-10 west for over 350 miles until you come to a ramp for San Bernardino Freeway. Stay to the left and get on to San Bernardino Freeway. The freeway will become US-101 N and after that you will merge on to CA-110 N heading toward Pasadena. Take exit 24 and take a slight right on to North Hill Street. Follow Hill Street until you come in to China Town.

 

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