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Flights from Las Vegas to Oakland
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Airports in Las Vegas
The city of Las Vegas is served by 2 airports - McCarran International Airport, and North Las Vegas Airport. McCarran International Airport is the primary airport serving Las Vegas. It is situated in the Paradise town, nearly 3 miles away from the Las Vegas city center. The airport provides scheduled flights for domestic and international destinations. North Las Vegas Airport (or Northtown) is the second-busiest airport in the Las Vegas area and the third-busiest in Nevada. It is located 3 miles northwest of downtown Las Vegas. It is the primary airport in the Las Vegas area for general aviation and scenic tours but offers scheduled flights only to Grand Canyon. Both the airports are connected to the city via public buses, inter-city shuttles, McCarran tram, taxis, rental cars, ride share, and Limousines.
Oakland is the largest city of Alameda County in California and a major port city in West Coast of the United States. It is the commercial axis of San Francisco Bay Area and its local port (called Port of Oakland) is the fifth busiest in the country. Home to an extensive art scene, the city claims to have the country’s highest concentration of artists per capita. Food enthusiasts also find Oakland much to their liking because the city offers a wide range of French, Italian, Spanish, Asian, Hispanic/Latino, African-Caribbean and French African-American culinary fusions.
Things to do in Oakland
African American Museum and Library at Oakland
The African American Museum and Library at Oakland is a museum and library dedicated to the history of African Americans in Oakland. It features an excellent archival collection of diaries, letters, photos and videos. Central to the collection here is the archival collection related to Martin Luther King, Jr.
United States' first official wildlife refuge, Lake Merritt is a tidal lagoon located a little further away from Downtown Oakland. It is built like a scenic little oasis and features grassy shores and several artificial islands that host bird refuges. Visitors can also enjoy boating here.
Jack London Square
Jack London Square is a waterfront entertainment and business area named after author Jack London. It features a re-located residential cabin of the noted author, besides a mainline railroad and a San Francisco Bay Ferry dock.
Best Time to Fly to Oakland
The best time to fly to Oakland is the summer season from June to August. It is warm and sunny with a chilly fog, and the city is soaked in the festivities of North Beach Festival and Fillmore Street Jazz Festival. This time is also the best for beach lovers.