Translation Services in Los Angeles, California: Certified English and Foreign Translators in Los Angeles.
Day Translations Los Angeles, California
11601 Wilshire Blvd., 5th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90025, US
Phone #: 3106017695
Not only can the United States of America’s largest Hispanic population be found in the “melting pot” of Los Angeles, but America’s second largest city is home to more than 140 nationalities and 224 identified languages—it is not surprising that our Day Translations Los Angeles office has provided a variety of foreign language services to the city’s residents and local businesses since it was first established. We have become L.A.’s number one translation service for clients seeking language services such as subtitle translations, book translations, affadavits, and the certification of legal translated documents.
The Spanish translation business advantage
The importance of professional Spanish translation services for L.A.’s international business community is without question—the city’s high percentage of Hispanic-owned businesses, a close proximity to Mexico, and an expansive port capacity means that Spanish to English translations continue to build Los Angeles. In a metropolitan area with a gross output that is worth over US$800 billion, a partnership with a high-quality Spanish translation service is a must for local enterprises that are seeking to thrive.
We are diversity
Just like the city they live in, Angelinos represent many different colors of life—at Day Translations Los Angeles we are experts in any of our customers’ specialized disciplines and this is why we are still so successful. Our translators can move from the courtroom to manufacturing, and then across to entertainment in the space of a week, so understanding the different industry terminologies is simply an everyday task, and Day Translations continues to outshine in this respect.
The number one choice all of the time
The Day Translations guarantee means that you will always receive your translated documents on time, every time. Our hard-working team always commits to the fastest turnaround times and certified translations can be in the hands of our customers within 1 day of approval. Regardless of the time frame, our 100% guarantee always applies for the life of the translation. Our dedication to remaining on top is what makes us an accredited corporate member of the American Translators Association (ATA).
Our priority is to be your first choice through the consistent provision of translation excellence and we promise PRIVACY, ACCURACY, SPEED, and HIGH QUALITY translations in ANY LANGUAGE.
Simply complete our online form to immediately receive a free quote and any additional information. Or, if you would like to know more about our company before proceeding, just send an email to:email@example.com.
- ABOUT LOS ANGELES
L.A. is the largest city in the state of California and the Western United States as well as second largest in the US and is rated an alpha world city. The Los Angeles metropolitan area is home to nearly 12.9 million residents, who hail from all over the globe and speak 224 different languages. Strategically located in proximity to Mexico, L.A. is an ideal location for international business operations. Los Angeles is one of the world’s centers of business, international trade, entertainment, culture, media, fashion, science, technology, and education. Therefore, professional translation and interpreting services play a major role.
Translation of your documents guarantees that you are reaching those individuals directly and professionally in a language they can relate to. Using our translation services, you are improving customer satisfaction, enhancing customer access to your products and services, and increasing sales all at the same time. At Day Translations, we are here to help you accomplish all of your translation and localization needs. We guarantee full satisfaction and accuracy of any translation.
- INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT LOS ANGELES
- When Los Angeles was founded in 1781, it was called ‘El Pueblo de Nuestra Senora la Reina de Los Angeles de la Porciuncula’, which translated to ‘Town of Our Lady the Queen of the Angeles of the Small Portion’. At that time, there were only 44 people or 14 families living there. The population grew and the name shrank to ‘Los Angeles’.
- One of the busiest ports in the world is the Los Angeles port, which is an important business and commercial center.
- The city is located on the Ring of Fire, a geologically unstable area around the Pacific Ocean that leaves it very prone to earthquakes.
- LA is home to Hollywood and the center of the motion picture industry, as well as such landmarks as the Griffith Observatory, the LA Memorial Coliseum, and the Hollywood Bowl.
- Almost a quarter of the land area of Los Angeles is taken up by automobiles. There are fewer people in LA than there are automobiles.
- Through satellite observations scientists have determined that Los Angeles is moving eastward at an estimated rate of 1/5 of an inch per year.
- LA is the birthplace of the Internet, Barbie, the DC-3, Mazda Miata, MBX and the Space Shuttle.
- The only surviving wooden lighthouse in the world is in LA at Point Fermin Park in San Pedro.
- There are more than 4,500 technology firms in LA County.
- Los Angeles is home to Griffith Park, the largest city-run park in the country.
- The only city in the world to host the Summer Olympics twice is LA.
- Los Angeles is home to the largest Armenian community outside of Armenia.
- THINGS TO DO, PLACES TO VISIT IN LOS ANGELES:
- J. Paul Getty Center: spectacular museum boasts a most impressive collection by such luminaries as Van Gogh, Monet and Cezanne, along with the architectural triumph of its six buildings and gardens.
- Best LA beaches: Zuma Beach, Venice Beach, Manhattan Beach, Paradise Cove, Dockweller Beach, El Matador etc.
- Griffith Observatory: a non-profit space observatory located in Griffith Park whose purpose is to provide the public with information on astronomy and related sciences.
- Disneyland: Disneyland Resort includes its namesake theme park, Disney’s California Adventure and Downtown Disney shopping and entertainment area.
- Six Flags Magic Mountain: a guide to the Six Flags park just outside of Los Angeles, full of extreme roller coasters and other fun rides.
- Getty Villa: this museum is dedicated to the art of the ancient Greeks, Romans and other classic civilizations.
- California Science Center: formerly known as the California Museum of Science and Industry, this interactive museum includes these exhibits: World of Life, Creative World, World of the Pacific and Worlds Beyond.
- San Antonio Winery: this wine shop in the heart of Los Angeles has been established as a Cultural Historical Landmark.
- Rodeo Drive: packed with exclusive shops, full of gawkers. They all came to enjoy the excess.
- Sunset Boulevard: Perhaps one of the world’s most famous streets, it began as a route between the stars’ posh neighborhoods and the Hollywood studios. It runs from downtown to the ocean, passing through the “Sunset Strip” on its way.
- Simon Wiesenthal Center Museum of Tolerance: this museum helps visitors understand and experience discrimination.
- Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels: located in the midst of downtown Los Angeles, only the second cathedral to be built in a US city in the past 50 year, the structure has been compared to Notre Dame in its magnificence.
- Griffith Park: comprising over 4,000 acres, Griffith Park one of the largest urban parks in the world and is home to a number of wonderful attractions. Also, if you’re from out of state, it may be your only chance.
- Elysian Park: although just outside of the downtown area, this bucolic park has a series of running and biking trails that make it a peaceful escape from city life.
- Universal Studios Hollywood: Universal Studios is located in the heart of Hollywood. Get a tour of the famous studios and go on all of the amazing rides. A great park for the whole family and enjoyable no matter what your age is.
- Los Angeles County Museum of Art: over 100,000 works from all over the world are housed at LA’s most popular museum, which has one of the largest collections of art in the U.S. Claude Monet’s “Water Lilies” and a specially designed pavilion for Japanese art are only a sampling of the treasures inside this comprehensive and far-from-stuffy premier art museum.
- Grauman’s Chinese Theatre: beautiful theater. Well worth a visit, and features quite a bit of history.
- Monastery of the Angels: a convent of cloistered Dominican nuns. Visitors can view the building and grounds and shop in the gift shop.
- Petersen Automotive Museum: named for Robert Peterson, publisher of Hot Rod and Motor Trend magazines, this salute to the car industry takes you back through history and into the future with over 200 innovative, and sometimes interactive, exhibits of cars and motorcycles that enthrall not only car aficionados, but also children and adults alike.