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Find Cheap Flights from Nashville (BNA) to Los Angeles (LAX)

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Flights from Nashville to Los Angeles

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Airports in Nashville

The city of Nashville is primarily served by Nashville International Airport. Established as Berry Field in 1937, it is a joint public and military use airport located in the southeastern part of the city. Passengers can choose from 520 daily flights, including nonstop flights, to fly to more than 56 destinations in the US, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean and Europe. The Nashville International Airport is seamlessly connected to all parts of the city thorough rental cars, taxis, limousines, buses, shuttles offered by local hotels and motels and ride sharing services.

Explore Los Angeles

Los Angeles (also known by as LA) is a prominent city and the cultural, financial and commercial center of Southern California in the US. This Spanish name translates to the ‘City of Angels’ and attracts the same nickname too. Los Angeles is focally known for the world’s most famous movie industry- the Hollywood and also for its typical Mediterranean climate, the latter makes way for a surefire hit among all beach lovers. Some popular attractions here include the Disneyland, Griffith Observatory and the Getty Center.

Things to do in Los Angeles


The Hollywood Sign (formerly the Hollywoodland Sign) is an American cultural icon and landmark on Mount Lee in the Santa Monica Mountains, Los Angeles. Officially dedicated in 1923, this sign was put only for 18 months but with a parallel rise of American cinema during the Golden Age of Hollywood, the sign became an overnight success and was thus left there. It is a white-colored signage reading ‘HOLLYWOOD’ as a 44-foot tall capitalized white letters that run up to 352 feet together.

Disneyland Park

Located about 27 miles away from Los Angeles, the Disneyland Park (also formerly called the Disneyland) is the only theme park designed and built under the direct supervision of Walt Disney. Opened in July 1955, this iconic park has a larger cumulative attendance than any other theme park in the world. The Disneyland Park is segregated into 8 themed lands or zones and several hidden backstage areas. A star highlight here is the Adventureland that is centred on an ideal, exotic place in some distant lands in Asia or Africa.

Griffith Observatory

The Griffith Observatory is a free-for-all and top-notch space observation facility in Los Angeles featuring an extensive array of space and science-related displays. It is located on Mount Hollywood and is triangulated by a view of Downtown Los Angeles, Hollywood and the Pacific Ocean. Hikers and bikers also try its hiking trails to travel up to Mulholland Drive for some alternately stunning views of the city.

Best Time to fly to Los Angeles

The best time to fly to Los Angeles is the summer season from June to August. Visitors can enjoy maximum daylight hours to visit the city’s aforementioned attractions city and to enjoy its cultural festivals like LA Pride and LA Film Festival. Budget travelers can visit the city in the winter season that runs from December to February. Though it is cold and rainy, one usually gets lowest airfares and accommodation rates. Visitors also get to enjoy the Golden Globe Awards, Academy Awards and the Grammy Awards during this time of the year.