Los Angeles, the vibrant city of angels
Los Angeles is a world-class metropolitan with a large population that leads the world in entertainment and culture. It can be subdivided into several major business districts such as downtown Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, and Hollywood neighborhoods, each exudes its unique charm in the warm sunshine.
Exploring Los Angeles
As the most luxurious neighborhood in the world, Beverly Hills is the city center of Los Angeles with extravagant mansions that attract billionaires, celebrities, and NBA players to relocate here. Feel the vibe of high society while walking on Rodeo Drive with boutiques and fine dining restaurants along the road. The nearby Hollywood neighborhood is even more star-studded. With more than 2,000 stars are embedded on the sidewalk, Hollywood Boulevard honors the achievements for celebrities working in the entertainment industry and attracts fans from all over the world. TCL Chinese Theatre and Dolby Theatre were held as the venues for the Academy Awards Ceremony around 2002 and have become popular venues for many Hollywood movie premieres and international concerts for decades. Let's not forget about the most iconic landmark in Los Angeles- the Hollywood Sign. A photo of that sign taken from Lake Hollywood Park is the best souvenir for the tourists.
Los Angeles is often seen as a treasure trove for the art and culture lovers. With a collection of more than 100,000 historical artworks, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) is the largest art museum in the western United States. The large-scale installation artwork "Urban Light" is made of hundreds of ancient streetlamps that strewn unevenly in front of the museum, lighting up the entire square at night gorgeously. The Getty, built on a hill, collects European paintings, statues, and photographs from the Middle Ages, and is also the perfect spot to overlook the city view of Los Angeles; Walking into the hall, the dome murals vividly depict the Celestial Mythology and the progress of technology through history, and the experimental models and devices of that time are displayed in the museum for visitors to interact with and experience the mysteries of astronomy.
Los Angeles is also a tourist destination for all ages. Taking rides, enjoying parades and firework shows at the world's first Disneyland Resort is like being in a fairy tale; Stay at a magnificent and luxurious hotel on the Strip, try your luck at Casinos, and enjoy a circus show to experience a dynamic nightlife in Las Vegas. Besides, you must not miss Southern California’s warm sunshine and leisure lifestyle during your visit in Los Angeles. Located at the end of US Route 66, Santa Monica is a tourist attraction for all ages where visitors may spend their day in a pier park or shopping mall or feel the sea breeze and feast on lobster and steak while enjoying the most beautiful sunsets and beaches on the West Coast. Go south a little further for the Venice Beach surrounded by palm trees to experience the vibrance and authentic charm of California by the street performers, local stores, and cafes.
The best travel season
The weather in Los Angeles is generally mild, making it a great tourist destination all year round. The peak travel season here from June to August and a huge number of tourists will flood in for the California sunshine and lifestyle during this period. For a better travel experience, you may choose to visit from April to May or September to October, when the crowds are less oppressive.
Going on a road trip in the company of the golden sunshine is the best option for a self-guided tour in Los Angeles for tourists to visit several attractions that are far away from each other. For travelers with a more flexible schedule, simply get a TAP card and take the Metro Rail, subway, and buses to wander freely in the city.
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Are there any current entry restrictions in Los Angeles?
During the pandemic, the entry restrictions of various countries have been adjusted on a rolling basis. Kindly remind you that please be sure to check the entry restrictions of your destination and prepare relevant documents before your departure. For details, please refer to the latest travel restrictions.
When can I fly to Los Angeles with a lower fare?
You can plan your trip by taking the reference of the lowest fares found by travelers within the latest 48 hours. Log in as a COSMILE member at the time of ticket purchase to earn mileage upon completing your flight.
How many flights are there to Los Angeles every week?
STARLUX Airlines offers daily flights from Los Angeles. You can check the detailed flight dates and information via timetable.
How many international airports are there in Los Angeles?
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), with a total of 9 terminals, is the largest airport in the Greater Los Angeles area of California, and is also a popular transit point in North America.
How far is Los Angeles International Airport from downtown?
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is about 23 kilometers away from Union Station in downtown. Kindly remind you to plan your transportation to the city before departure.
How to get from the airport to downtown?
The airport bus, LAX FlyAway, is the fastest and most convenient means of transportation from Los Angeles Airport to downtown, which can take passengers directly to the Union station and Hollywood neighborhood. Since there is no subway at Los Angeles Airport, passengers can take the free LAX shuttle G line to the Aviation/LAX station on the Metro C Line, and then transfer to other destinations.