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Traveling to Los Angeles for pleasure, business, or a mix of the two? You’re not alone. Millions of travelers enjoy Los Angeles’ scenes and sights each year and flock to the warm sunny beaches and world-class theme parks, museums, restaurants and bars. Finding your way around the city shouldn’t be that hard and WhyGo Los Angeles also offers information you need to make your visit a pleasurable one.

Flights to Los Angeles : there are many airports in LA and around the city so the first thing you need to do is figure out where you should land. Once you know that, you can book your flight right on the page and learn some tips about finding a cheap seat.

If you’re staying anywhere east of downtown, like Pasadena, Glendale, Burbank or Santa Clarita, flying in to the Bob Hope Burbank Airport (BUR) will save you the hassle of fighting traffic for 45 minutes (or more) to and from the airport. Traffic can be bad on Interstate-5, especially during the morning and evening commute times.

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John Wayne airport (SRA) and Ontario Airport( ONT) serve Orange County and the southeast inland area, respectively and Long Beach airport provides domestic flights for those coming in to or leaving from the southern coast of the city.

Los Angeles Hostels : there are many options for the traveler but the trick is to find the one which is near the sights you want to see and is available when you plan to arrive. You can book your room right on this page.

Los Angeles Hotels : choose between budget or luxury hotels to make your stay a memorable one.

Los Angeles Map : finding your way in the city becomes very easy when you have a reliable map

Los Angeles Transportation : there are plenty of options to get your moving around town: rental cars (http://www.losangeleslogue.com/car-rentals) , buses or the subway.