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  • Selección de asientos gratuita con 24 horas de antelación
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  • Facturación/check-in en el aeropuerto, móvil u online
  • Servicio a bordo gratuito de comida y bebida

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Los Ángeles

Los Ángeles es una ciudad famosa por su cultura de celebridades, la ostentación de Hollywood y los códigos postales de clase alta; pero todo eso es solo el principio. La ciudad angelina alberga desde barrios eclécticos a algunas de las mejores playas del mundo. Es posible que tenga sensaciones contrariadas, pero seguro que encontrará una parte de la personalidad de la ciudad que le cautivará.

Desde icónicos barrios como Beverly Hills, inmortalizado por las interminables compras de Julia Roberts en Pretty Woman, a la noria iluminada del muelle de Santa Mónica y el célebre Paseo de la Fama de Hollywood: Los Ángeles lo tiene todo. Un simple paseo por las calles familiares de Los Ángeles y tendrá la sensación de estar en su película o programa televisivo favoritos. Para una auténtica experiencia angelina, mézclese entre los locales en un animado gastro-pub del centro de la ciudad, vaya a contemplar las icónicas letras gigantes de Hollywood desde el Griffith Park Observatory o dese una vuelta en bicicleta por el bullicioso paseo de Venice Beach. Siéntese junto a la pista en uno de los partidos de Los Ángeles Lakers o dedique un fin de semana a la aventura en el Joshua Tree National Park.

Los Ángeles

What's on in Los Angeles in April 2014?

There’s always something going on in Tinseltown - this month indulge in some British-led retail therapy at Brit Week, get stuck into a good book or two at the Festival of Books or immerse yourself in Los Angeles’ musical history at the Troubadour.

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LA beer festival.

1-7 April

If you happen to be strolling along Wilshire Boulevard on 1 April stop by the former May Company department store, adjacent to LACMA, to see the impressive display of 200 mannequins retelling the story of Diane von Furstenberg: Journey of a Dress.

The 6th annual LA Beer Festival takes place at LA Center Studios on 5 April. With over 50 selections of both international and domestic drafts on tap, a dozen or more food stations and live music to entertain - it’s the perfect celebration of America's favourite beverage.


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Chocolate Easter eggs.

8-14 April

Pico Park turns into an Easter Eggstravaganza on 12 April. The Easter Bunny and friends hang around for pictures, while kids go on an egg hunt, have their face painted and take part in the hula hoop contest.

The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books is a great place to bring kids too. Get inspired by the literary talent – discover new authors, watch screenings and enjoy live music at the University of Southern California from the 12 to 13 April.

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NYC Open Ceremony.

15-20 April

For one of the coolest venues for live music in LA, look no further than the famed Troubadour. Marsha Ambrosius: Friends & Lovers Tour is one not to be missed on the 19 April. Grab a salted margarita and see for yourself why Marsha has been honoured by BMI as their Songwriter of the Year.

Go back to the 80s and relive the Pink Floyd Laser Spectacular at the House of Blues in Anaheim. The multisensory, psychedelic laser show will be recreated for one night only, on 19 April. So you Pink Floyd die-hards and intrigued concert goers can enjoy this unique experience once again.

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Tribeca Film Festival.

21-30 April

BritWeek returns to Los Angeles from 21 April - 4 May and takes over the city with events throughout Los Angeles – from its star-studded Red Carpet Launch to music, film, fashion, art, theatre, and cultural events.

This week is your last chance to catch The Power of Photography: National Geographic 125 Years at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Century Park. Celebrating the power of photography to explore, educate, inspire, document and preserve the world around us, this free event ends on 27 April.

Find out what's on in Los Angeles in May

Immerse yourself in LA’s vibrant social scene and infectious community spirit as you find out what’s hot in this buzzing destination. Join the local artisans at home-grown markets – where the offerings will tantalise your taste buds. Embrace the art scene, both mainstream and the less conventional. Then find out what the Angelino’s do to let their hair down.

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1-7 May

From Friday 2 May you can catch No Further West: The Story of Los Angeles Union Station at LA Central Library. Understand why locals take so much pride in the interior of Union Station, as this exhibition honours and examines its extraordinary design.

It’s ‘treat yourself Tuesday’ at Pearl’s Liquor Bar on Sunset Boulevard. From 4pm to closing time - dine out on $3 bubbly Champagne, $1 half oyster shells and two for $6 grilled oyster appetizers.

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8-14 May

From 13 May you can sing along to this Green Day album -turned musical, as American Idiot arrives at Pantages Theatre - recollect your adolescent years (and teenage angst), as you sing along!

Taking place between 11-18 May, the Amgen Tour of California is the Golden State's answer to the Tour de France. This 800-mile race follows a route through the California redwoods, across wine country and down the Pacific Coast and raises money for a great cause.

Every second Thursday of the month, you can enjoy a self-guided tour on the Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk – which takes place in various locations.



Or if you’re in the Santa Monica area, enjoy a two-hour wine lesson with one of LA’s top sommeliers, Adem Sash at Sommelier Saturdays at Del Frisco’s Grille You don’t have to be a vino enthusiast to enjoy sipping California’s finest and nibbling hors d'oeuvres.

Kick off the summer with the California Strawberry Festival, which is taking place on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 May. Embrace the light-hearted activities, with strawberry pie eating, a strawberry tart toss and the strawberry relay race.

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22-28 May

As one great show ends its reign, another begins on its rise to stardom.

Running until 31 May, don’t miss your chance to see The Book of Morman. Famously penned by the creators of South Park, it has gained a reputation as both hilarious and offensive – see it yourself to find out what all the fuss is about.

Or see a new 25th anniversary production of one of the best known musicals of all time, Les Miserables. Showing from 30 May to 22 June – this epic stage show will not disappoint.

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29-31 May

Late May brings the UCLA Jazz Reggae Festival – an outdoor event that incorporates food, music, dance and culture. Attracting over 30,000 fans - see some of the year's hottest performers.

See a different side of one of LA’s most iconic areas at the weekly Sunset Strip Market. More than a farmers market - you can enjoy live music, movie screenings and plenty of California-grown produce. The garden makes farm-to-table dining (washed down with beverages from local California wineries and breweries) a truly enjoyable experience.

Find out what's on in Los Angeles this June

The summer sunshine has arrived and brought with it a host of outdoor things to do – with diverse festivals, colourful charity events and plenty of opportunity to get your cultural fix.

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1-8 June

From 3 – 22 June Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat will be residing at the Pantages Theatre – this family favourite will not disappoint.

Join in with the festivities at the LA Pride festival between 6 – 8 June at the West Hollywood Park - don’t miss the flamboyant parade on Sunday along Santa Monica Boulevard.

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9-15 June

12 - 29 June brings the Hollywood Fringe Festival to town - theatres, parks, clubs and other unexpected places host productions by local, national and international arts companies.

The 36th Anniversary Playboy Jazz Festival comes to Hollywood Bowl on Saturday 14 June and Sunday 15 June. Let the mellow harmonies and smooth jazz grooves fill the air.

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16-22 June

Show your true colours at the Color Run , which takes place at the Dodger Stadium on 21 June. Show up in a white t-shirt and prepare to get messy as you get covered in a kaleidoscope of coloured paint.

Dwell on design 2014 , Americas largest design event, will be at the Los Angeles Convention Centre from 20 - 22 June. Curated by the editors of Dwell magazine, this three-day event brings together the industries brightest products, services and innovators.

Immerse yourself in the spectacular celebrations of Hollywood Bowl opening night on 21 June, with live music and fireworks.

Or help raise money for Free Arts for Abused Children as you tuck into food and beverages at the Calabasas Malibu Wine and Food festival  from June 20 - 21.

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23–30 June

Pre-book tickets for Ghost at the Pantages Theatre, from 27 June, to relive the iconic moments from the Oscar-winning movie.

In Focus: Ansel Adams will be at the Getty Center until Sunday 20 July. Don’t miss the opportunity to admire the work of one of the best-known photographers in the world – seeing how his style developed over time.

Barrios de Los Ángeles

Hollywood y West Hollywood

Hollywood y West Hollywood

Asociada a las películas, la ostentación y el glamur, la zona de Hollywood y West Hollywood es de visita obligatoria para los fanáticos del cine y los buscadores de estrellas. Se trata de uno de los barrios más populares de Los Ángeles, y aquí se puede encontrar el célebre Paseo de la Fama de Hollywood. Sumérjase en el mundo del celuloide y experimente las emocionantes atracciones familiares de los Universal Studios Hollywood. Mézclese entre la élite de Los Ángeles en los clubes nocturnos de moda de Sunset Strip o váyase de compras hasta desfallecer por Melrose Avenue. Esta zona de visita aconsejable ofrece algunos de los hoteles más refinados de la ciudad y también dispone de alternativas más económicas para aquellos que se encuentren en los alrededores de Beverly Hills.

Playas de L.A.

Playas de L.A.

Se volverá loco a la hora de elegir una de las fantásticas playas que ofrece Los Ángeles. En el apogeo de la Ruta 66, Santa Mónica era el final del trayecto. Ahora es un lugar famoso por su ajetreado muelle, con su noria gigante iluminada. Al sur de Santa Mónica encontrará Venice Beach, una zona con un ambiente ecléctico. Dese una vuelta por el paseo marítimo o sumérjase en la atmósfera bohemia de los cafés, bares y galerías. Admire las exclusivas casas junto a la playa de Malibú o alquile una tabla de surf y atrévase con unas olas en Huntington Beach.

Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills

De aquí proviene el mundialmente conocido código postal sinónimo de riqueza, estatus y fama. Estos barrios desprenden una elegancia y un lujo excesivos y los precios son completamente desorbitados. Es también el hogar de numerosas celebridades, incluyendo Madonna y George Clooney. Váyase de compras a Rodeo Drive y visite las tiendas de diseñadores y las pequeñas boutiques privadas. Esta zona es popular por los ricos compradores, las celebridades con gafas de sol y los turistas que esperan ver a sus iconos de moda. Y no olvide dirigir la mirada a la carretera, donde contemplará espectaculares y costosos coches aparcados.



Orange County es el destino ideal para familias. Aquí podrá encontrar una gran variedad de parques temáticos de renombre internacional, como Disneyland Resort, Knott’s Berry Farm y Legoland. Downtown Disney ofrece posibilidades para todos los públicos, desde restaurantes y tiendas a medida a un teatro con películas de AMC. Cree su propio coche de juguete exclusivo en Ride Makers. Las manzanas de Orange y GardenWalk ofrecen grandes oportunidades para la terapia de compras, con salas de juegos y bolera para que los más pequeños estén contentos.

Centro de la ciudad

Centro de la ciudad

El centro de la ciudad de Los Ángeles alberga el principal complejo de alfombra roja de la ciudad, el L.A. Live. Este centro de entretenimiento es un lugar ideal para ver una película o pararse para comer algo. El Water Court situado en California Plaza es un extravagante parque con fuentes, un escenario popular para películas y vídeos de música. Si merodea por allí lo suficiente, es probable que sea testigo de algún rodaje. En esta zona, conocida por su diversidad cultural, puede admirar la sorprendente arquitectura del Walt Disney Concert Hall o ver un partido de béisbol del equipo local en el Dodgers Stadium.

¿Cuál es la mejor época del año para ir?

Consulte la predicción meteorológica antes de comenzar sus vacaciones en Los Ángeles

Temperaturas medias por estación°C/°F
  • 18°Ene
  • 19°Feb
  • 19°Mar
  • 21°Abr
  • 22°May
  • 24°Jun
  • 27°Jul
  • 28°Ago
  • 27°Sep
  • 24°Oct
  • 23°Nov
  • 19°Dic
Promedio mensual de lluvias (mm)
  • 79
  • 76
  • 71
  • 25
  • 10
  • 3
  • 0
  • 0
  • 5
  • 15
  • 31
  • 66
Promedio diario de sol (horas)
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
  • 9
  • 9
  • 10
  • 12
  • 11
  • 10
  • 9
  • 8
  • 8

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