La La Land was filmed in Los Angeles in the United States of America.
Mia's Home (exterior)
Scene where Five years later Mia arrives at her new home.
Warner Bros. Studios
Scene where Mia works at a coffee shop on the studio lot.
Scene was shot Constructed by First National Studios in 1926, this studio was acquired by Warner Bros. in a 1928 merger and became their headquarters when they closed their Sunset Boulevard studio in 1937. The facility consists of 36 sound stages, a 2,000,000-gallon water tank in Stage 16, numerous office buildings, and an extensive backlot in a variety of styles including a New York Street, Midwestern Town, and more. Public tours of the facility began in 1973 in a partnership with Columbia Pictures with a focus on the process of film-making, in contrast with Universal Studios more amusement park style tour.