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Oakland to Los Angeles Route Information

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Travel Distance:336 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Spirit Airlines, Southwest Airlines
Cheapest Day of the Week:Friday
Weekly Flights:264
Avg. Flight Duration:1.30 Hours

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Flights from Oakland to Los Angeles

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Airports in Oakland

The city of Oakland is served by Oakland International Airport. The airport is located at a distance of about 16 kilometers from the Downtown. Oakland International Airport offers passenger services to the cities in the US, Europe, and Mexico. The airport is accessible from the city by Coliseum-Oakland International Airport line, also known as BART, Amtrak Capitol Corridor train, buses, and taxis.

Explore Los Angeles

Los Angeles, often known by its initials L.A., is the financial, cultural, and commercial center of Southern California in USA. It is a vast city that has long been popular internationally in the film industry, particularly for Hollywood. It is a culturally diverse city with a flourishing culinary scene, interesting museums, incredible shopping options, and a status of being the creative hub of the country. Tourists with family can visit various family attractions located in an around Los Angeles such as Disneyland and Universal Studios.

Things to do in Los Angeles

Universal Studios Theme Park

Universal Studios Theme Park offers tourists with a range of mind-blowing rides based on movie themes. This theme park also boasts a working movie studio and also offers visitors to enjoy a guided tour of the studios and discover behind the scenes of some of the Universal's most popular movie sets. The main attraction for most visitors in this park is usually the rides arraying from roller coasters to simulators. After enjoying the rides, visitors can also check out CityWalk, a three-block entertainment area, featuring dining, shopping, and theaters.

Disneyland Resort

Disneyland Resort is the leading family vacation destination in California. A part of this resort, Disneyland California Adventure Park offers visitors with action and adventure that can be enjoyed on seven lands based on movie themes and offer rides in theme sets. Visitors can see Disney characters roaming on the streets. At the resort, there is a plethora of hotels, shops, restaurants, and all sorts of entertainment options.

Hollywood

A suburb of Los Angeles, Hollywood has its own unique history and iconic sites. The major attractions of this suburb are closely linked with the film industry and the glitz and glamour of the celluloid medium. Some of the main attractions here are the hillside Hollywood sign, the Walk of Fame, Hollywood Boulevard, and the Chinese Theater. If lucky, visitors might even spot a celebrity or two.

Best Time to Fly to Los Angeles

Summer is the time of the year when the crowds reach its highest levels in Los Angeles. In the winter, there will probably be some rain in January and February. Fall, between September and November, and Spring, between March and May, are best times to visit Los Angeles for the tourists who are

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Los Angeles Travelers' Reviews

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I had a great trip to LA thank you - Anonymous  Feb 17, 2020

L.A.

It was a trip to get me in a better spot for a much longer trip. On to international travel. Which has proven great. - Robert  Feb 01, 2020

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