Located in the San Fernando Valley just north of Hollywood, Burbank is partly urban/partly suburban. With quiet residential areas, this well-liked neighborhood is pedestrian-friendly and parking-friendly (free mostly everywhere). Commuters choose to live in Burbank due to its close proximity to Los Angeles and shorter freeway time. Home to the famous Studio Corridor, Burbank boasts a colorful entertainment history. With great schools, nice parks, shops and restaurants, this area is perfect for families, empty nesters and everyone in between. Exploring Magnolia Park's wonderful dining and vintage shops is a favorite pastime of local residents. A well-known destination is Porto's Bakery. Trust us. Go there and go hungry. Your out-of-town guests will love you--Burbank is close to many attractions such as Universal Studios and Griffith Observatory. Hike to the Hollywood sign (or hire a horse to enjoy the view on horseback!). Catch the train in Downtown Burbank and ride the Metrolink to L.A., the Antelope Valley or Ventura County. Burbank is undeniably a great place to live.