Los Angeles’ reputation precedes it – it’s home to Hollywood, the powerhouse of the film and music industry, as well as celebrity haunts like Rodeo Drive, Sunset Strip and Venice Beach.
But why do actors, musicians and artists still flock to the City of Angels? Its eclectic nature means that anything goes. Museums range from world-class to downright weird; Michelin star restaurants and grungy diners are loved equally; glittering drag queens and rockers share venues along Sunset Boulevard; hippies and bodybuilders bask in the sun in Venice.
Intrigued? Los Angeles is only a 5.5-hour direct flight away from Toronto.
Between 5 and 6 hours direct. Flights with stops are usually a few hours longer.
You can book Toronto to Los Angeles flights with American Airlines, Air Canada and WestJet. Carriers such as United Airlines offer indirect flights.
About 6 flights fly from Toronto to Los Angeles each day. You can also choose from a range of indirect flights.
Toronto has two airports – Pearson International and City Centre (AKA Billy Bishop). All flights land in Los Angeles International Airport.
The cheap flights from Toronto to Los Angeles usually set off from Toronto Pearson International Airport.
Los Angeles has been the entertainment capital of the USA for a good century. You can see what’s filming at Paramount Pictures, catch a film along the Hollywood Boulevard, hopscotch the Walk of Fame, or head for the Hollywood Hills.
Venice Beach offers a breather from the bright lights of downtown. Skaters swoop along the boardwalk, while surfers hunt out waves. It’s a haven for artists, too – look out for sky-high murals and street poets.
If you need another reason to book flights from Toronto to Los Angeles, then just check out the weather. This corner of California is warmer, drier and sunnier than Toronto all year round.
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