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Flights from Los Angeles Airport, California, United States

Approximately 24 kilometersfrom Downtown Los Angeles, along the Pacific coastline, is one of the top 10 busiest airports in the world by passenger count. Los Angeles Airport was labeled as ‘the world's busiest origin and destination airport’ in 2011, seeing to more than 100 direct flights to cities all over the world daily. Commonly referred to as LAX, the airport is the main hub for American Airlines, Delta Airlines, and United Airlines.

LAX is easily accessible via car, bus, taxi, train, and shuttle service. As there’s no train station at the airport, the closest station is Aviation Station. A complimentary shuttle bus will take you from that station to all terminals.

Albuquerque

Less than two hours flight away is the American city where the popular television series Breaking Bad was shot at. The spectacular backdrop of red mountains and historical Puebloan landscapes, would make you want to venture into the wild. Appreciate the tranquility of nature as you walk on one of the three trails at the Petroglyph National Monument, while admiring pre-historic rock art carved on basalt along the trail.

Aspen

Arrange for a guided walk on the 22 acre wildlife sanctuary at the Aspen Centre for Environmental Studies, or hike along trails at the Grottos and look for unique holes carved over the years by water, locally known as Ice Caves. Take on the challenge of hiking up the tough 14 kilometers Conundrum Creek Trail, and be rewarded by the magnificent alpine views, while taking a relaxing dip in the steaming therapeutic Conundrum Hot Springs.

Boston

 Go down Boston’s memory lane on the Freedom Trail, where the red-brick pavement will take you on a historical journey from Boston Common to Bunker Hill. While on this trail, don’t forget to stop by Faneuil Hall Marketplace for a bite and beer, or dig for rare trinkets from piles of stuff in pushcarts. Another must-see is the Fenway Park, home to the Red Sox and one of America’s ‘most beloved baseball stadiums’.

Calgary

This Canadian city, where travelers can experience the nail-biting atmosphere of the world-famous Calgary Stampede and the towering view from the iconic 191-meters Calgary Tower, is approximately three hours plane ride away from Los Angeles. See what it feels like to walk amongst dinosaurs at the Calgary Zoo’s six-hectare Prehistoric Park. Along with the life-size dinosaur replicas and fossils, the zoo also showcases more than 1000 animals, and an amazing Botanical Garden with a tropical rainforest and ever-changing garden displays.

Frankfurt

Learn about the historical life of Frankfurt’s Jewish community that goes back for nine centuries through artefacts, paintings, old photographs and documents, at the Jüdisches Museum. Continue your historical journey to Frankfurter Dom – an intricate Gothic cathedral made of red sandstone, where the Holy Roman Emperors were ordained and crowned between the 16th and 17th century.

Peru

Most would, without a doubt, vote Machu Picchu as a must-see, when visiting Peru. The Peruvian ancient civilizations were responsible for the magnificent temples and cultural sites that we see in Peru today. The Inca Trail will take you to the ‘Lost City of the Incas’, on off-beaten tracks, past ruins, and through luxuriant jungle and ancient tunnels. It is approximately 9 hours from Los Angeles to Lima, where you can start delving into the history of Inca culture at the Pucllana Temple, built around 500 A.D. 

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