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Most flights to Los Angeles touch down at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). This is the largest and most popular airport in the city and is served by the most airlines offering cheap flight tickets from the UK to LA.
You should start looking for your flights to Los Angeles at least 6 months before you plan to visit to find the best prices, especially if you're planning your Los Angeles holiday in the summer.
Direct flights to Los Angeles from London take almost 11 hours.
Millions of tourists each year flock to the USA to visit Los Angeles. It's a city that doesn't fail to excite! As the country's second largest city, after New York, LA has a lot to offer including fabulous weather. It's hard to fit it all into one trip!
Film studios: Los Angeles decides what goes and what doesn't go into cinemas. This is where it all begins. Ever wanted to take a look behind the scenes? Head to Universal Studios in Hollywood or Warner Brothers to take a tour. You might even bump into a star or two!
Getty Centre: This is one of the largest and most visited museums in the world. The museum's central garden is a work of art on its own, 12,400 square metres large!
Santa Monica and Venice: Take your Los Angeles car hire and head to the beach! Between Santa Monica and Venice Beach you'll find the boardwalk stacked with performers, buskers, rollerbladers and some of the best beaches in the area.
Find more information on Discover Los Angeles.
The first thing you need to decide when looking for hotels in Los Angeles is which neighbourhood you'd like to stay in. LA is huge and if you rely on public transportation your trip will be slow and gruelling. A public bus takes at least 1h 30mins to go from Santa Monica to downtown. Stick to hotels in the area that you most want to discover.
Thomas Cook Airlines is making it even easier for travellers from the north of England to travel to the U.S. with these two new routes.
Want to take off for a trip to Los Angeles this year? A trip across the Atlantic won't cost the world, only £431 onboard Delta Air Lines.
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