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Los Angeles is the cultural, financial, and commercial center of the state
of California in the US. It was acceded to Mexico in 1821 after the Mexican
War of Independence but was later purchased by the victorious US in the
Mexican–American War in 1848 AD. Fast forward to 2018, and you will find
Los Angeles a gleaming bubble wrap of many popular attractions, central to
which is the iconic Hollywood. The same charm is available for those
interested in day-trips from here. The city’s beaches are located at an
hour’s an hour’s drive away from the city. Close to the city lies the elite
community named Malibu where one can go for surfing.
Things to do in Los Angeles
Disneyland Park (formerly known as Disneyland)
Opened in Los Angeles in 1955, the Disneyland Park is the only theme park
designed and built under the direct supervision of Walt Disney. With its 8
themed ‘lands’ and several backstage areas, this numero uno attraction of
the city welcomes its visitors with many professionals who don the garb of
famous Disney characters and greet visitors and pose for selfies.
Santa Monica Pier
Located near the small city of Santa Monica in California, the Santa Monica
Pier is a famous pier that was opened in 1909. It is located at half an
hour’s drive away from Los Angeles. The Santa Monica Pier features a family
amusement park called the Pacific Patrol that features a
solar-energy-powered Ferris wheel and an original carousel hippodrome from
Santa Barbara is a small beach town that lies at about a 3-hour-ride away
from Los Angeles. It is also known as the ‘American Riviera’ because it has
been famous as a major spring break destination for Hollywood stars over
many past decades. One can also visit here for its quaint and historic
Best Time to Visit Los Angeles
Summer season, the months from June to August are the best to book your
flights from Norfolk to Los Angeles. It is the season when the city sets
the bolls rolling with two iconic film festivals- LA Film Festival and DTLA
Film Festival. Book your flights from ORF to LAX during summer season to
enjoy famous cultural events like Outfest and Nisei Week Japanese Festival.
It is advised to book Los Angeles flights in advance to avoid paying more
during peak season.
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