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Flights from Los Angeles to Luzon
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Airports in Los Angeles
Los Angeles is primarily served by Los Angeles International Airport. It is one of the largest airports in the world and is a major gateway to and from Europe, Latin America, Asia, and Oceania. Passengers can choose to fly to 101 domestic and 85 international destinations from here. The airport is well connected to all parts of the city through a well-rounded network of buses, shuttle buses (called FlyAway Bus), metro rail, airport metro connector and city-authorized taxis and private shuttles.
Luzon is the largest and most populous island in the Philippines. It is located on the northern end of the island nation and is home to the national capital- Manila. Luzon also comprises some of the world’s most beautiful natural scenery mainly comprising of mountains, beaches and coral reefs that together leave the visitors thrilled. One can also come here to admire Luzon’s classic Spanish-colonial villas, national memorials and monuments and the country’s own Chinatown.
Things to do in Luzon
Rizal Park (or Luneta Park)
Rizal Park is a historical urban park located in Manila near the old walled city of Intramuros. It is hallmarked by one of the most iconic monuments in the Philippines- the Rizal Monument, which is dedicated to the national hero Jose Rizal. The Rizal Park saw an attendance of 5 million people for the closing Mass of the X World Youth Day 1995, a record gathering of the Roman Catholic Church.
Manila Ocean Park
The Manila Ocean Park in Manila is home to over 14000 sea creatures across more than 275 Southeast Asian marine species. A star attraction here is a walk through an 82 feet long and 220° curved walkway tunnel that is covered with marine water and marine species from three sides. Another attraction in the Manila Ocean Park is the exhibit called the Trails to Antarctica that hosts the first penguin park facility of the Philippines.
Fuerte de Santiago (or Fort Santiago)
A mark of Luzon’s formative years, Fort Santiago was built by Spanish conquistador Miguel Lopez de Legazpi as a landmark for the newly built city of Manila. This fort assumes a pivotal position in the historical and political landscape of the island nation because a prominent Filipino national hero, Jose Rizal was executed here in 1896 and the fort was also the scene of a few key battles in the Second World War.
Best Time to fly to Luzon
The best time to fly to Luzon is the dry season from November to April. It is so because the Philippines are an island country and in order to access all its islands and remote areas, it would be best to stay away from rains and storms as much as possible. One can get to enjoy the nationwide festival called Ati-Atihan in January. Budget travelers can visit the island in the wet season from May to October and can enjoy Flores de Mayo in May.