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A central suburb of LA’ South Side, the city of Compton is a huge metropolis that brings its own sense of culture in a variety of ways. Located a few mile shuttle ride from LGB airport, getting around town should be a first priority, so be sure to have a shuttle to ready and waiting as soon as you arrive. Whether you’re looking forward to the savory eats that make up the streets of East Compton or the nearby breeze of Long Beach, the area is a great place to have a grandiose adventure on a modest budget.


Remember what keeps tomorrow beautiful by staying in the present, whether that means taking a quick break from work or enjoying the beauty of losing track of the time. Stay along Highway 91 for speedy access to the city as well as reliable budget stays like LA Crystal Hotel, home to basic rooms and complimentary Wi-Fi. For something closer to the area’s charm, keep to the east side, driving along Long Beach Boulevard for a myriad of stays like Royal Inn and Travel Plaza Inn, each one coming with unique perks that range from whirlpool tubs to quiet nights.


Get the most out of the area by trying out all of its offerings, starting with a meal and ending with a unique museum. Head down Compton Boulevard for a local hotspot, trying out classic burgers from Tom’s Jr and one-of-a-kind fast food from Louis Burgers II, or enjoy the Asian eats along West Victoria Street, whether it’s the spicy flavors from Pacific Noodle House or relaxed Mediterranean eats at The Green Olive. Head to the Dominguez Rancho Adobe Museum afterward, taking in the gorgeous Spanish shrines and old-school architecture that reminds each guest of Compton’s European roots.
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