Cheap flights from Lisbon, Portugal to Los Angeles, USA for only €295 roundtrip with Oneworld Alliance!
Great chance to visit sunny California on a budget! Enjoy the famous beaches of Los Angeles or head to Hollywood and the Walk of Fame. Pay a visit to Universal Studios, Rodeo Drive and the Griffith Observatory. This is gonna be a really exciting journey!
Enjoy the sun-drenched coast with such world-famous beaches as Santa Monica and Venice Beach. Head to Hollywood and the Walk of Fame. Take a walk on Rodeo Drive and Beverly Hills. Pay a visit to Universal Studios and Warner Bros Studios. Check out a world famous, high power conical Tesla Coil in the Griffith Observatory, high on a hill overlooking Los Angeles.
If you are a museum lover, don’t waste the chance to visit the Getty Center, County Museum of Art and the Natural History Museum. You can also explore the Museum of Death to see the world's largest collection of serial killer artwork.
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To know more about California check: Destination Fly4free: California.
November – February 2020
Nov 5-13, 11-26
Nov 25- Dec 2/9/12
Dec 5-12, 5-16
Dec 16-Jan 6, Dec 26-Jan 1/6/10
Lisbon – Los Angeles – Lisbon
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In Los Angeles, Titta Inn has a good price and very good reviews. The air conditioned rooms feature a desk, a flat-screen TV and an ensuite bathroom.
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