Los Angeles is the second biggest city in the USA, attracting over 40 million visitors a year. So where to begin? Try breaking it down into neighbourhoods. There’s Hollywood, home to some of the world’s most famous film studios. And Sunset Boulevard is the entertainment district. Then there are the beaches of Venice – the hallowed birthplace of California’s surf culture.
You don’t have to break the bank to travel to Los Angeles, either. Over 10 flights jet off from Vancouver a day, so prices stay nice and low.
It varies, depending on which airline you travel with. A direct flight is usually between 2 hours 45 minutes and 3 hours 30 minutes long.
You can choose between Canadian carriers like Air Canada and WestJet or US companies such as American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines.
Usually, over 10 direct flights from Vancouver to Los Angeles take off every day.
All Vancouver to Los Angeles flights travel between Vancouver International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport.
Cheap flights from Vancouver to Los Angeles often depart in the early morning or evening.
A cheap flight from Vancouver to Los Angeles introduces you to a city of many faces. It’s a conundrum of glittering film star hangouts and grungy music bars; millionaire’s beach houses and die-hard hippies; designer boutiques and local food markets.
Film buffs should swing by Grauman’s Chinese Theatre and Universal Studios Hollywood. Meanwhile, neon-lit Hollywood Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard are the places for nonstop music gigs and comedy shows. Meanwhile, a proudly eclectic mix of bodybuilders, surfers, skaters and movie stars stroll the boardwalk of Venice Beach.
Fancy venturing further afield? The original Disneyland Park is just outside the city limits in Anaheim.
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