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Fly Round-Trip Vancouver To Los Angeles For $281 CAD (Incl Tax)

Los Angeles

Los Angeles is almost always a good time. From its beautiful beaches to the Hollywood Hills, it is one of the most glamorous cities south of the border.

Of course, there are a plethora of notable attractions, but the landscape itself is beautiful. And, when the sun goes down, the nightlife turns up. The city attracts some of the hottest talent to its elite clubs, so you’ll be in for a treat at many of its beloved venues.

Delta Airlines is offering a return flight from Vancouver to Los Angeles for only $281.01 CAD including all taxes and fees. Further, each flight only has one stop, and both layovers are extremely short. As a result, you’ll be able to maximize your time in the city!

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Los Angeles
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You can book your trip here.


Discover Sunny Los Angeles

Los Angeles is home to a plethora of phenomenal entertainment venues. There are beautiful beaches, exquisite dining options, luxurious shopping areas, and the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Once you are in California there are a multitude of other tourist destinations to discover. You can make your way to Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, Seaworld, Legoland, and many others.

Travel tip: Los Angeles is a city best enjoyed by car. Staying in a downtown hotel is a great idea and will ensure that you are close to restaurants, shopping, and nightlife; however, many of the city’s most iconic attractions are widely spread out. Unlike New York, LA does not have the most accessible transit system. As such, it is recommended that you plan your activities accordingly with shuttles, taxis, or a car rental. 

While you are only flying transborder, please keep in mind that you’ll still go through meticulous security checks. This means that it won’t do to turn up an hour before your flight, as you may be turned away. Always allow yourself 2 hours prior to departure for flights to the USA.


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