Plan for a full day of food, fun, and shopping when you visit Downtown Los Angeles. You can leave your car behind and take advantage of a wide variety of public transit options, including six commuter lines, two subways, three light rail lines, and an intertwining system of buses. Head northeast and check out Los Angeles Union Station, the main railway station in the city. In the surrounding area, you will find a variety of shops and museums, as well as historical sites, like the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels. Northwest of the station, Chinatown offers you even more variety, with a selection of restaurants, shops, and galleries. Southwest of the station, Little Tokyo hosts an open-air shopping area, restaurants, and several Buddhist temples. West, to Bunker Hill, brings you into the art center of Downtown Los Angeles. Enjoy a performance at one of the many theaters, and then take a guided tour of the neighborhood. There are so many things to do in "DTLA", you can spend several days there, but don’t forget the nights. Downtown Los Angeles is also home to myriad nightclubs, where you can unwind after a long day of culture and shopping.