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Flight from Honolulu to Los Angeles

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Airports in Honolulu

The city of Honolulu is served by Daniel K. Inouye International Airport. Also known as Honolulu International Airport, Daniel K. Inouye International Airport is located at the distance of around 6.5 miles from the center of the city. The airport offers flights to a number of destinations such as Sydney, Melbourne, Tokyo, Manila, and more. Daniel K. Inouye International Airport is accessible from Honolulu by buses and taxis.

Explore Los Angeles

Officially named as the 'City of Los Angeles', Los Angeles is the cultural, commercial, and financial hub of the US state of California. After New York City, it is the second most populous city in the United States. The city has long been famous all over the globe in the film and entertainment industry, mainly for boasting Hollywood. It is a culturally diverse city with flourishing culinary scene, interesting museums, and a popularity of being the creative hub of the nation. The city is also an excellent place to visit for sun seekers and beach lovers, and it also has a plethora of activities to do and a stunning neighborhood to explore. For tourists visiting with family, Los Angeles boasts attractions like Disneyland and Universal Studios.

Things to do in Los Angeles

Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

Other than the world-famous tourist attractions such as Hollywood, Universal Studios, and Disneyland Resort, Los Angeles is also home to a number of interesting museums making the city an excellent place to visit for history buffs and art lovers. One such museum is the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. It was the first dedicated museum building in the city. Opened for public in 1913, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County boasts more than 35 million of objects related to natural and cultural history. Permanent exhibits of the museum cover everything from gems to nature, history, birds, and mammals. The museum is also home to Nature Gardens, an outdoor exhibit space where museum scientists do research and the educators organize nature-specific programs for guests.

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Commonly named as LACMA, Los Angeles County Museum of Art boasts one of the most extensive collections on the West Coast. The permanent collection of the museum spans from prehistoric to modern day artworks. Los Angeles County Museum of Art offers visitors with rotating list of exhibitions such as "Los Angeles to New York: Dwan Gallery", “Chagall: Fantasies for the Stage”, “Home—So Different,” and many more. The museum collection includes over 130, 000 objects datingh back from ancient times to present.

J. Paul Getty Museum

An excellent place to visit for art lovers, J. Paul Getty Museum includes pre-20th century European drawings, paintings, sculptures, illuminated manuscripts, and decorative arts. The museum is also home to 19th and 20th century European, American, and ancient photographs, modern sculpture, and much more. Besides the immense permanent collection, the museum is also a stunning architectural masterpiece offering 360 degree view of the city along with immaculate gardens designed for the Getty Center.

Best Time to Fly to Los Angeles

Summer is the time when the crowds are in its largest numbers in the city. In the winter, there will most likely be some rain in January and February. Fall, amid September and November, and Spring, in the middle of March and May, are best times to visit Los Angeles for the tourists who are

Looking for a vacation amid fewer crowds.

Los Angeles Travelers' Reviews

I was happy about everything
- Jaidar  Nov 06, 2019
  Love the Glendale area
I love the Glendale area. The Americana on Brand is a must for shopping restaurants and bars. Porto Bakery is a must. The potato balls are amazing!
- Sharlene  Aug 20, 2019

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