San Fernando Valley
Welcome to the “Valey of the Stars” Southern California’s San Fernando Valley! The San Fernando Valley is an urbanized valley located in Los Angeles County, California, defined by the mountains of the Transverse Ranges, circling it. Home to 1.8 million people, it lies north of the larger and more populous Los Angeles Basin. Nearly two thirds of the Valley’s land area is part of the city of Los Angeles. The other incorporated cities in the Valley are Glendale, Burbank, San Fernando, Hidden Hills, and Calabasas.
In addition to the many popular studio tours, historical sites, theaters and museums, the San Fernando Valley offers an incredible array of fine dining, shopping, lodging and recreational opportunities, along with world -class attractions at each of the scenic entrances to our Valley, including the magnificent new Getty Center, the Hollywood Bowl and the Los Angles Zoo at our southern entrances; the site of the granddaddy of all college bowl games — the Rose Bowl — at the east; the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library at the west; and the tallest, fastest roller coasters in the world at Six Flags Magic Mountain to our north.