Heading to Santa Barbara, California

From Los Angeles, you can travel about 90 miles towards the North West to find the beautiful city of Santa Barbara in California. The city is frequented by tourists because of its scenic beaches, friendly people and delectable dishes.

Santa Barbara includes Hope Ranch and the town of Montecito, with a population count of close to 90,000. There are also students who live at UC Santa Barbara. Millions of people go to Santa Barbara every year to experience the different sights and sounds. The residents are generally friendly and accommodating. The city is kept clean and there is even an anti-graffiti force that ensures the cleanliness of walls and public areas. Crime rates are generally low in Santa Barbara, and there is a police force that constantly roams the city and provides help anytime. You can enjoy Santa Barbara, California whether you are traveling alone or in a group.

There are different activities to try in Santa Barbara, such as spending time on the beach, enjoying water sports, trying new cocktails at bars and watching a show downtown. There are big mansions in Hope Ranch and Montecito. You can also view great pieces at the Museum of Art, Botanic Gardens, Natural History Museum, Arlington Theater or the Zoo. If you are fond of seafood, visit Stearns Wharf, Farmer’s Market and various sidewalk shows. You can also enjoy fresh produce at the local market or buy some flowers and plants. Arts and crafts are available at galleries or sidewalk displays most of the time.

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