Los Angeles International Airport, most commonly referred to as LAX, is the principal airport serving the greater Los Angeles area in the United States. The other airports serving the area include Bob Hope Airport, John Wayne Airport, Long Beach Airport, and LA/Ontario International Airport. LAX is located approximately 26 km from the city center, and is one of the busiest airports in the world, handling over 70 million passengers a year. The airport consists of 9 passenger terminals laid out in a U-shape. The terminals are accessible via a free shuttle bus; however, do note that some terminals may require you to clear security again. Terminal 9, which was named the Tom Bradley International Terminal after the first African-American and longest-serving mayor of Los Angeles, exclusively operates most of the major international airlines, except for those housed in Terminal 2. Each of the other terminals is assigned to serve one major US airline. For example, Terminal 1 houses Southwest Airlines flights and Terminal 4 houses American Airlines flights. Each of the terminals has different operational hours, although most operate from 4 am till 11 pm or 1 am daily. One of the largest airports in the world, LAX offers a plethora of shopping and food options, airline lounges, public art exhibitions, baggage storage facilities, as well as free wireless Internet. If you are lost, you can approach customer service or one of the Volunteer Information Professionals (VIP) at booths located at the arrival level of every terminal.
The easiest way to get from LAX to downtown LA is via the Fly-Away bus service located outside baggage claim areas of the airport. To get to downtown LA, make sure you take the bus that stops at Union Station. The journey will take just over 1 hour and costs USD$7. Alternatively, there are also several airport shuttle companies that you can pre-book to take you from the airport to your final destination. The price of the airport shuttle is USD$16 for a one-way trip, but do note that the journey can take 30 minutes to several hours as the bus will only leave when it is full. The most expensive but fastest option is a taxi, which will take between 25 minutes to 1 hour depending on traffic, setting you back USD$47. Within the city, by far the most common way to get around is via a car. We recommend renting a car, as public transport in LA is unreliable. If you do not drive, you might want to consider joining a sightseeing tour that will take you to all the tourist attractions LA has to offer. LA is notorious for its congested roads, so do prepare extra time for road travel!
Los Angeles, home to the Hollywood stars and the number one movie industry in the world, is known for its glamour and extravagance. Famous for its beautiful people, fashion scene, and lifestyles of the rich and famous, when someone mentions LA, we immediately think of pop culture icons such as The Grove, Rodeo Drive, Sunset Boulevard, and the Hollywood Walk of Fame. LA, located within sunny California, also has much to offer beyond Hollywood. Its year-round mild climate emphasizes its natural beauty, which can be experienced first-hand at Runyon Canyon Park, or at some of its most famous beaches, such as Santa Monica Pier and Beach and Venice Beach. Stop by the Griffith Observatory and Griffith Park at sunset for the perfect photo op against the sprawling backdrop of the Los Angeles basin. LA is also a cultural haven with architectural landmarks such as The Getty Center, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, or the Walt Disney Concert Hall. LA also has no shortage of fun activities such as a visit to the popular Universal Studios Hollywood, or an outdoor movie night at Hollywood Forever Cemetery, or a game of miniature golf at Sherman Oaks Castle Park. There’s never a dull moment in LA!
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