Los Angeles International Airport Car Rental
The LAX, as Los Angeles International Airport is known – actually, it is its IATA code – is in a district of this American megalopolis, Westchester.
The LAX is the forth airport in the world for passengers traffic, almost 81 million in 2016, and thanks to its 9 terminals it is used by airlines from all over the world, with connections to Europe and Asia, and is also connected to a huge number of airports in the USA. Still in this airport you can find also a base with three helicopters of the United States Coast Guard.
At Los Angeles Airport tourists can pick a rental car up, after having booked it on RentalUp, and reach the city centre, that is about 26 km far, 40 minutes circa.
Los Angeles: points of interest
The great extension of the Californian city makes it a multi-faced city, with the possibility to find an almost endless series of attractions and points of interest. Thanks to the car rental service at Los Angeles Airport, visiting every corner of the city will not be wild goose chase!
Mentioning Venice Beach or the Hollywood Boulevard, where it is possible to walk among the movie and TV stars’ footprints, is just a taste of what you can find in Los Angeles, without forgetting a visit to the Universal Studios or to the mundane Beverly Hills.
The car rental at Los Angeles Airport will allow you to reach the zone of Santa Monica or the Watts Towers, whose construction started in 1920 using only metallic wreckage, and to make a night visit to the Urban Light, the creation by Chris Burden.
If you love shopping, Rodeo Drive offers a series of unmissable shops, many of which are also the protagonists of cinema movies, in that that is known as the Mecca of the Movies, thanks also the Warner Bros Studios.
Los Angeles: what to see
During a vacation in Los Angeles, thanks to the comfort of the car rental at Los Angeles Airport, you can also visit the Museum of Jurassic Technology, which, contrary to what its name suggests, will allow you to discover the most modern scientific technologies, such as some microscopic sculptures and a bat that can fly through the walls, and the Getty Center, a museum that hosts a huge collection of artworks with paintings by artists such as Rubens, Renoir, Van Gogh, Monet and Gainsborough , in addition to sculptures by Moore and Miro, placed in its garden, and to a huge photographic collection.
Another important attraction is the Griffith Observatory, which houses in the same location the Griffith Park, a museum dedicated to astronomy, a planetary and an observatory from where you can admire both the city centre and the famous writing “Hollywood”.