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Sacramento to Los Angeles Route Information

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Travel Distance:373 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:American Airlines, United Airlines
Cheapest Day of the Week:Sunday
Weekly Flights:290
Avg. Flight Duration:01:40 Hours

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Flights from Sacramento to Los Angeles

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Airports in Sacramento

Sacramento International Airport is the primary airport serving the city of Sacramento. It is situated around 16 kilometers away from the center of the city in Sacramento County, California. This is a public airport owned and operated by County of Sacramento and Sacramento County Airport System respectively. The airport is a focus city for Southwest Airlines. It provides services to both domestic and international destinations including Mexico City, Vancouver, Boise, Honolulu, Long Beach, Austin, Denver, Los Angeles, Guadalajara, and more. Passengers can easily commute to and from the airport using rental cars, app based ride share, taxis, shuttles, public transportation, and more.

Explore Los Angeles

The city of Los Angeles is the second most populated city the United States. It has been nicknamed as the "City of Angels". Despite evolving as a constantly progressive region, the city has beautifully preserved its rich cultural heritage. Nearly 211 sites of the city have been registered under National Historic Places! Due to its extensive history related to TV, film, music, and literature; Los Angeles is renowned as the entertainment capital of the world. The city also said to be the birth place of the Cobb Salad and French Dip by the diners across the world.

Things to Do in Los Angeles

Night Life

The city of Los Angeles, the entertainment capital of the world, is known for providing endless entertainment options to all. Whether you like to enjoy your drink quietly or with someone special or want to spend your night dancing, the city offers you all. The vibrant night life of Los Angeles offers you plenty of night-clubs and dance bars. Some of the well known clubs here include Club Nokia, Mayan Night club, The Edison and more.

Venice Beach

With its golden sand stretch, the Venice Beach is a great place to spend a day. On its Boardwalk one can enjoy activities like walking, jogging, & cycling. The entire walkway remains packed with shops & street performers of all kind.

Universal Studios

The Universal Studios is a Hollywood theme park and is also a working movie studio. Here, visitors can opt for a guided tour and explore behind the scenes of some of the most popular movie sets. The main attraction here is usually the rides which range from simulators to roller coasters. Favorite movie and TV-themed rides and sets include The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, The Walking Dead, The Simpsons, and Transformers.

Best Time to Fly to Los Angeles

The best time to visit Los Angeles is in between the months of March-May and September-November. During these months, the city is less crowded and the air more breathable If planning a trip during winters, do not forget to carry an umbrella as the city observes rainfall, especially January-February.

Los Angeles Travelers' Reviews

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

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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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