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Ultimate Guide to Spring Break in Los Angeles (2024)

Spring break in Los Angeles, a group of students jumping for a photo in front of the pacific ocean

Spring Break 2024 is right around the corner - which means the planning must begin now, if it hasn’t already. Believe it or not, Los Angeles can be a great and inexpensive destination for spring breakers. LA is the 2nd biggest city in the US with a population of 3,748,640 partially due to the warm weather, beautiful beaches, exciting nightlife, luxury shopping, entertainment industry aura, and many outdoor activities to take part in. Here is our collection of all the main ingredients to choose from: for your Spring Break in LA itinerary.


fairmont bungalow hotel in santa monica during spring break 2024

Finding a place to stay for spring break 2024 can be difficult, especially when you’re on a tight budget. We picked one budget hotel, one average priced hotel, and one more pricey hotel to suit everyone’s potential needs for their spring break 2024 experience in Los Angeles. 

Located at: 2011 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood, California, 90068

For college students headed to LA for spring break on a budget, this hotel is calling your name. With prices starting at around $115 a night, this hotel is not only affordable but it is also in a fantastic location - right by the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame! Its close proximity to major attractions in Los Angeles and cheap prices make it extremely worthwhile to stay at this hotel. There’s also a swimming pool at the hotel.

Located at: 8440 W. Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, California, 90069 

With rooms starting at around $400 a night, this hotel is a bit on the pricier side but another one that’s amenities make it extremely worth the price. They have their famous Skybar where you can enjoy poolside cocktails and food, and the view from their Skybar is one of the best views of LA in West Hollywood.

Located at: 101 Wilshire Boulevard, Santa Monica, California 90401 

Located in Santa Monica, this iconic hotel is known to have hosted legends such as Marilyn Monroe - one of the many reasons to stay there! It is a resort style hotel, with views of the Pacific Ocean and only steps away from the Santa Monica Beach. There are ocean-view rooms to pick from as well as bungalow style rooms. The hotel features a beach club, a spa, and an excellent sushi restaurant. Rooms can range from $700 a night and more. If you have the money for it and prefer to stay in a classy hotel with excellent views and vibes, this is the hotel for you during your 2024 spring break in Los Angeles.

AirBnB also has great inexpensive options for apartments & homes to rent all over Los Angeles - especially if you’re traveling in a large group for your spring break getaway. If you’re wanting to find some good deals, be sure to check out third party websites like A lot of websites will also allow you to book now and pay later, or only pay an initial deposit until your arrival.


A couple biking on the Santa Monica boardwalk with the Santa Monica Pier in the background during spring break in LA

After you find the perfect place to stay, you need to figure out how you’re going to get around the big city of Los Angeles. As college students, renting a car might not be a great option, as most car companies require you to be over the age of 24. However, there are plenty of great and inexpensive options in Los Angeles for college students looking to navigate their way around. Check out our top 3 different ways of transportation throughout LA for your spring break 2024 trip. 

Located at: All Over Los Angeles - Map On Their Website

The Metro Bike Share system is a great way for college students to get some exercise and navigate around Los Angeles in a safe and fun way. This is a great way to be able to see the entire city, and it’s also a lot faster than traveling by foot. There are regular bikes and electric bikes if you want to make pedaling a little bit easier. All bikes are available at over 220 Metro Bike Share stations across LA County. All you need to do is release one, ride it, and drop it off at any bike station closest to your final destination. There is an app in which anyone can quickly unlock and pay for their bike, making it super easy and accessible for college students. All rides are $1.75 for every 30 minutes, or you can buy a 24-hour access pass. This pass is $5 to begin, all rides under 30 minutes are free, and $1.75 for every 30 minutes after that.

Subway/Bus: Metro

Located at: All Over Los Angeles - Map On Their Website

The Metro Bus and Railway system is an awesome way for college students to travel around Los Angeles quickly and for a cheap price. A one-way trip on the Metro Bus or Rail is $1.75. There are maps and schedules online that can help travelers navigate where they are going.

Car Services: Uber

Located at: Uber App

If you’re looking for a quick and hassle-free way to get around the city, ordering an Uber through your phone is always a good option as well. Trustworthy and typically relatively cheap, splitting the price of an Uber between you and the other riders in the vehicle won’t end up costing too much.

Traveling by foot is also an option while in Los Angeles for smaller distances and closer destinations, but it won’t always be the safest option. When traveling by highway or any other major road, it’s better to avoid walking. If you are walking at night anywhere, be sure to travel in groups and never alone.


Paradise Cove beach pier over the Pacific Ocean in Malibu during Spring Break in Los Angeles

Heading to the beach is an obvious must-do while you’re in Los Angeles for spring break. The beaches not only are absolutely beautiful, but there are a plethora of different vibes to accommodate everyone. There are the typical tourist beaches, relaxing beaches, party beaches, you name it. We listed a few below to check out during your spring break trip. 

Most Popular for Tourists:

Located at: 1269 Palisades Beach Rd, Santa Monica, CA 90401

Santa Monica State Beach is open to the public all year round. The best part about this beach is that you can relax and get your tan on like a local, or you can explore the surrounding area. The beach itself is huge, but around it there are shops, restaurants, bike rentals, and even a skateboarding park. You can also learn how to surf here, go fishing, and even catch a beautiful sunset.

Relaxing Vibe:

Located at: 28128 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu, California, 9025

Paradise Cove Beach is known to be a beautiful and relaxing beach, and it is free to visit. Located in Malibu, the beach is on the smaller side and has lounge chairs and cabanas to rent, but it is expensive to do so. If you’re hungry, you can even have a bite to eat or a drink to sip on at the Paradise Cove Beach Cafe

Party Scene:

Located at: 1800 Ocean Front Walk, Venice, 90291

If you’re looking for a true spring break beach party, Venice Beach is the way to go. It’s the classic spring break spot for all college students to gather at during their time off of school. It’s free to access the beach, and there are a variety of restaurants and shops to check out by the beach too.


Exchange Nightclub in Los Angeles with laser show while large crowd dances to music

One of the biggest parts of spring break is the nightlife. Heading out to a restaurant, a bar, or a club is something almost everyone can guarantee college students will do at least one night during their spring break. Clubs can be expensive, especially with cover fees. We listed three different nightlife experiences below, ranked on price. 

Located at: 12238 Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, 90025

Mom’s Bar is located on Santa Monica Boulevard. The bar hosts a happy hour 7 days a week from 4pm-8pm, where their originally cheap drinks get even cheaper. They also have food, ping pong tables, large TV’s for sports games, and a photo booth. Mom’s Bar is open from 4pm to 2am, but it opens at 11am on the weekends, and even earlier on game days. It’s the perfect spot for college students to enjoy cheap drinks and hangout with their friends on spring break.

Located at: 618 S. Spring Street, Los Angeles, California, 90014

If you’re looking for a fun nightclub instead of a classic bar, be sure to check out Exchange LA, a multi-level nightclub that fits over 1,500 people. It is located in the center of Los Angeles, making it easily accessible. The club plays primarily electronic music and it doesn’t have a strict dress code. Men can enter with a t-shirt and jeans, but no sandals or shorts. Their official website features special events with guest DJ’s that you can buy tickets for in advance, but general admission at the door is typically $30, but it is subject to increase on holiday’s or if there are special guests. It is open Friday’s from 10pm to 3am, and Saturdays until 5am. It can get busy though, so it is recommended to arrive no later than 10pm, when it opens. Entry is 21+.

$$$: Poppy

Located at: 755 N. La Cienega Blvd., West Hollywood, California, 90069

Poppy is an upscale, high-fashion version of a nightclub. It is located in West Hollywood, on one of LA’s most busy boulevards. The venue is decorated with class and features a colorful garden as well as a library. It is open Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 11pm until 2am. They have a small food menu for pickings, and an extensive, and expensive, drink menu. If you’re a college student looking for something unique and exciting for your spring break in Los Angeles, Poppy is worth checking out.


College students in pool party while cheers of drinks in swimming in floaties.

If you’re looking for a fun party on the day during your spring break trip, we got you covered. From pool parties to beach parties, there’s plenty of day parties happening all over Los Angeles. 

Located at: 929 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, California, 90015

The Ace Hotel is a great place for college students to enjoy a day party that won’t break the bank. The “Upstairs” at the Ace has a lounge area and a rooftop pool that has a DJ during weekend days. You don’t need to be a guest at the hotel to enjoy the music or chill poolside with a drink in your hand. They have a food menu and a cocktail menu. Reservations aren’t required, but if you’re traveling in a group larger than 10, reservations are recommended and can be made via their website.

Located at: 7000 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, California, 90028

Located in the heart of Hollywood, this boutique hotel has pool parties every Saturday and Sunday afternoon from 1pm-6pm with live DJ’s. Their Tropicana Pool Bar has a 60’s style vibe and offers food and drinks. You can make reservations, learn more about events, and/or contact the hotel directly via their website.

Located at: 8440 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, 90069

The Mondrian Hotel is a luxury boutique hotel in West Hollywood, and it is home to the super popular Skybar. It is a rooftop pool and a bar with some of the best views in Los Angeles. The Skybar is open daily, 11am-11pm Sunday to Thursday, and Friday and Saturday 11am-2am. They have poolside food and drinks open everyday from 11am-10:30pm. They hold a variety of events throughout the year, such as pool parties and live music. More information is available on their website, although their March calendar hasn’t been released yet.


Griffith Park Observatory overlooking Los Angeles. You can see the trails and the DTLA skyline.

While you’re in Los Angeles, there are some tourist attractions and outdoor activities that you simply cannot miss out on. From the iconic Hollywood sign to your first surfing lesson, there’s so much to do if you’re looking to get the true Los Angeles experience. The best part? Our top two recommendations are completely free of charge, unless you opt for a guided tour.

Located at: 4730 Crystal Springs Drive, Los Angeles, California, 90027

A major tourist attraction that is a must-do for anyone visiting Los Angeles, but especially first timers, is the Griffith Park Hike, which includes being able to check out famous sports such as the Griffith Observatory and the iconic Hollywood Sign. Griffith Park is a large municipal park open to the public, and you can walk around at any time of day. The Griffith Observatory offers free admission and features public telescopes, planetarium shows, space exhibits, and beautiful views. The Hollywood Sign speaks for itself. There is no direct access to the sign due to safety reasons, but there are numerous viewing spots located all over the park.

Located at: 300 Ocean Front Walk, Venice, California, 90291

The area of Venice is one of the most vibrant areas of Southern California. The Venice Boardwalk is world-famous and one of the best places in the city to do just about anything, from people-watching to checking out the gorgeous Venice Canals. Taking a leisurely stroll along the Venice Canals is a great way for college students to unwind and relax during their spring break while taking in some beautiful views and learning some more history about Venice. The Boardwalk also features a ton of restaurants, shops, artists, street performers, and more. You definitely will not get bored when you’re at the Venice Boardwalk.

Located at: 1269 Palisades Beach Rd, Santa Monica, CA 90401

Bored of tanning on the beach and want to try something new? Try surfing at Santa Monica Beach. This beach is one of the most popular beaches for first time surfers, as there are a variety of surf shops nearby that offer lessons. Access to the beach is free, but renting a board and/or taking a lesson will cost you something. Prices will vary depending on which store/company you go to. For example, Learn to Surf LA charges an online rate of $130 for one private lesson for one surfer. Group sessions are available too.


Universal Studios Hollywood Nintendo Land aerial of all the exciting attractions

If you and your friends want to do something fun and different, try checking out one of the many theme parks in Los Angeles. Although the ticket entry prices may be on the expensive side, you can literally spend the entire day there, making it very worthwhile. 

Located at: 380 Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica, California, 90401

The Pacific Park on Santa Monica Pier is a popular tourist destination and a great place to check out for some simple, innocent fun. It is free to walk around but all of the rdes are individually priced, and tickets for each ride can be purchased online in advance. If you know you’ll be going on a lot of rides, you can purchase an unlimited ride wristband for $40 on their website. 

Located at: 26101 Magic Mountain Pkwy, Valencia Santa Clarita, California, 91355-1095

Six Flags Magic Mountain is one of Southern California’s most popular theme parks. The cheapest ticket you can find is by purchasing the daily ticket online at $65 per person, which gives you access to all of the rides at the park. The park is open from 10:30am-8pm on Fridays, and 10:30am-9pm on Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays. It is closed Tuesday-Thursdays.

Located at: 100 Universal City Plz, Universal City, CA 91608

Universal Studios Hollywood is not only a film studio, but a theme park as well with a ton of rides and attractions to check out, as well as places to dine and relax. A one-day general admission pass is $109 per person. The official hours and days of opening for the months of March and April have yet to be announced, but in February it is open 7 days a week from 9am or 10am, closing at 6pm or 7pm, depending on the day.


Raver friends entering Beyond Wonderland Festival with beautiful ferris wheel and colorful tents in the background

Some college students travel to Los Angeles during their spring break solely to attend some of the most highly anticipated music festivals in the world. If this is you, it can be worth spending a little bit more on a ticket if that is what your 2024 spring break success relies on. Depending on when your university’s spring break falls on the calendar, here are some great concerts and world-famous music festivals in the month of March that are worth keeping an eye out for. Be sure to check out third party ticket sites to find the best deals (watch out for scams, though), such as StubHub and TicketMaster

Located at: 1154 Glendale Blvd., Los Angeles, California 90026 

If you’re looking for a casual and inexpensive music venue with smaller bands to enjoy some drinks and good music, The Echo is the place for you. This music venue has bands of all genres come in and perform, from indie music to reggae to electronica and more. They have a variety of different events and bands coming in during the months of February, March, and April, making it a great place to visit with friends during your spring break in Los Angeles. Tickets can be bought online for a range of $20-$30 per person.

Located at: Hollywood Park, 1011 Stadium Dr., Inglewood, California, 90305

Rolling Loud is an American and International hip hop music festival that has a different lineup every year of some of the best artists in the industry. This year, you can see performers such as Nicki Minaj, Post Malone, and Future on March 15-17 at the Hollywood Park Grounds. A one-day, general admission pass is $139 plus fees. A 3-day, general admission pass is $299 plus fees. There are GA+ and VIP options available as well. It is an expensive event, but it lasts all day. If you’re a hip hop lover, this festival is definitely a great way to spend your spring break in 2024.

Located at: Nos Events Center, 689 S. E St., San Bernardino, CA 92408

If you’re an electronic music fan, Beyond Wonderland is the scene for your 2024 spring break. From March 22-23 at the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino, you can see some incredible DJ’s spin your favorite electronic tracks. Tickets can range from $169.99 to $319.99, with options to pay in increments over a period of time.


In-N-Out Burgers in Los Angeles at night.

Eating some good food is an obvious must-do during spring break. College students may be busy partying it up or exploring Los Angeles during their spring break trip, so making sure you’re eating well is important. Whether you want something quick or a more upscale restaurant, we’ve listed some great spots for breakfast and dinner. 


Located at: 1300 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, California, 90012

Known for their great food and fair prices, this typical diner style cafe includes staple breakfast and lunch foods, such as omelets, bagel sandwiches, burgers, salads, and more. It is located right by the Los Angeles State Historic Park, and is open everyday from 7am to 2pm. 

Located at: Culver City: 11918 Washington Blvd., Los Angeles, California, 90066

Located at: Pico: 8532 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, California, 90035

Lodge Bread is a bakery that offers amazing breakfasts and lunch with their own fresh baked bread, which is what draws a lot of their customers in. Some of their most popular dishes include their cinnamon and sugar toast, a “Fat Pita” sandwich, their signature breakfast sandwich, baked eggs, and a variety of pizza options. There are two locations in the Los Angeles area, one in Culver City and one in Pico. Both locations are open from 8am-4pm daily.

Located at: 624 S. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles, California 90036

This classy spot is located in the center of Los Angeles, and it is a perfect place for college students to dine at if they’re looking for a fancier vibe with amazing, French inspired food. The restaurant features a casual cafe, bakery, and a bar in the front with a formal dining area in the back. The cafe and bakery are open daily from 8am-2pm. There is also a weekend brunch menu which includes delicious plates like a lobster omelet, a short rib breakfast burrito, and Belgian waffles. 


Located at: All throughout Los Angeles, listed on their website

If you’re new to the Los Angeles area, In-N-Out Burger is not a want, it’s a NEED. This fast food burger joint makes everything fresh and in-house. It’s a great place for college students to grab a quick meal while they’re on-the-go during their spring break in Los Angeles. Their iconic cheeseburgers and fries are something everyone needs to try at least once. There are multiple locations in the Los Angeles area.

Located at: 410 E. 2nd St., Honda Plaza, Los Angeles, California, 90012 (Little Tokyo)

Aloha Cafe is a more unique option in the Los Angeles area, making it a great place if you want to try something new. They use healthy and fresh ingredients and make typical Hawaiian comfort food. Although they do have breakfast, they’re more popularly known for their lunch and dinner items. Some of them include their bowls, which feature white rice served with different meat options and vegetables, as well as their noodle and rice bowls. They are currently take-out only, and are open Thursdays and Fridays from 10:30am-3pm.

Located at: 633 W. 5th St., Los Angeles, California, 90071

If you’re a college student who loves dining with good vibes, good food, good views, and high class, this is your place. Located in Downtown Los Angeles, there are 360-degree views of the city from the restaurant, as it is located on the 71st floor of the highest restaurant west of the Mississippi. Guests are welcome to dine at the bar, the relaxing SkyLounge, or in the main dining room. The upscale menu consists of a variety of salads, meats, and fishes. Reservations are required and the dress-code is formal. It is open Sunday to Thursday from 5pm-9:30pm, and Friday and Saturday from 5pm-11pm.


People in Los Angeles exploring the Rodeo Drive shopping experience

The best part about Los Angeles is that there are endless spots to go shopping - but you don’t even need to buy anything to truly enjoy the experience. A lot of shopping centers are outdoor malls on famous streets that are a joy in itself. Check out our three recommendations for shopping, whether you truly shop or window shop is up to you!

Located at: 818 S. Broadway St. # 801, Los Angeles, California, 90014

The Fashion District is in Downtown Los Angeles and it is a fantastic place to not only shop, but simply to walk around and experience the fashion culture all around you. It stretches through 107 blocks in downtown LA. There are a number of retail shops and boutiques to choose from, as well as wholesale businesses where you can get some great discounts on clothes. There are also entertainment options (such as an escape room, art galleries, a theater, etc.) and food and drink in the Fashion District, making it an experience for everyone who visits. As it is outdoors, it is available to walk through all of the time, but different stores will have varying hours of operation.

$$: The Grove 

Located at: 189 The Grove Drive, Los Angeles, California, 90036

The Grove is a very well known shopping center in Los Angeles. It is an outdoor shopping mall, making it a great place to spend the day. You can eat, shop, drink, and relax at The Grove. There is even a movie theater there! It is open everyday, Monday to Thursday 10am-9pm, Friday and Saturday 10am-10pm, and Sundays 11am-8pm. Different shops and destinations are subject to different hours. 

Located at: Santa Monica Blvd. at Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, California, 90210

Rodeo Drive is an outdoor shopping mall in Beverly Hills, but it contains all of the world-famous, upscale, designer stores, such as Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Bulgari, and more. There are a number of bakeries, cafes, and restaurants to dine at on Rodeo Drive as well. It is definitely a bucket-list place for tourists - even if you’re just window shopping! It’s open everyday as it is an outdoor mall, but different restaurants and shops will have their own independent hours of operation.


Aerial over Dodger Stadium with a beautiful sunset overlooking the DTLA skyline in Los Angeles

Heading over to watch some sports games in Los Angeles is another great experience, whether you’re a big sports fan or not. The Los Angeles Lakers, where the world-famous Kobe Bryant once played, is a bucket-list activity for a lot of people. Whether it’s a college team or a professional sports team, attending a game is a great idea for college students to do during their spring break in Los Angeles.

Located at: Galen Center, 3400 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, California, 90007

The University of Southern California’s Men’s Basketball Team is a great way to catch an inexpensive game of good basketball at the Galen Center. All USC students can attend the games for free, but tickets can be purchased online via the school’s website for as low as $17.

Located at: 1000 Vin Scully Ave, Los Angeles, California, 90012

The Los Angeles Dodgers Baseball Team is another great sporting event that college students could have a blast at during their spring break. Tickets can be bought on their official website or through a third party website, like Ticketmaster. Tickets can go for as low as around $30.

Located at: 1111 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, California, 90015 

The Los Angeles Lakers are one of the most famous teams in the NBA, with one of their star players being the world-famous Kobe Bryant. LeBron James currently stars on the Lakers team, and tickets can be found online for as low as around $50. Whether you’re a basketball fan or not, a Lakers Game at the Arena is an experience in itself. It is something that college students can’t miss during their spring break trip to Los Angeles.


The Academy of Motion Pictures museum in LA

A lot of the culture of Los Angeles revolves around its irresistible film and music scene. Los Angeles is the birthplace of the movie industry and it is also where some of the most famous musicians signed their first record deals. Now, some of the biggest entertainment companies, art galleries, and film studios are open to the public for visits and tours.

FREE: Visit Art Museum

Located at: 221 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, California, 90012

The Broad is a contemporary art museum created to inspire and appreciate the art of our time. General Admission to The Broad Art Museum is always free, but it is still recommended to reserve your tickets ahead of time so you can skip the lines upon arrival. Same-day tickets are released daily as well as monthly ticket releases.

$: Visit an Entertainment Museum

Located at:

Academy Museum of Motion Pictures Address: 6067 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, California, 90036

Grammy Music Museum Address: 800 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, California, 90015

The world famous Academy of Motion Pictures Museum features access to their core three-level exhibition, Stories of Cinema, numerous special galleries, and the Dolby Family Terrace. They recommend buying tickets in advance to explore the large museum. Walk-up tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Tickets for students ages 18+ are $15, as long as they present an ID at the time of purchase. The Grammy Music Museum provides a true experience into the history of all genres of music, it's creative process, the technology behind the recording process, and more. They sell tickets to students with a valid ID for $12. Purchases can be made via their website.

$$: Tour the Classic Film Studios

Located at:

Sony Pictures Address: 10202 West Washington Blvd., Culver City, California, 90232

Paramount Pictures Address: 5555 Melrose Avenue, Hollywood, California, 90038

Warner Bros. Address: 3400 Warner Blvd., Burbank, California, 91505

Universal Studios Address: 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, California, 91608

Sony Pictures Studio is the home to some iconic films such as “The Wizard of Oz” and “Spider-Man”. Their tours run Mondays to Fridays and reservations are required. Tours are $55 per person, no matter your age. Paramount Pictures Studio offers 2-hour daily tours every morning and afternoon for $65 per person, for all ages. Reservations are highly recommended as tickets sell out fast. Warner Bros. Studio offers a variety of different touring options, but their general studio tour is $70 for adults and $58 if you’re a SoCal resident. The ticket includes a one-hour guided tour, two hours unguided, shopping, and dining. Universal Studios tours are actually included with the park admission, so if you want to have a tour you will need to buy a general admission ticket to the park. The tickets go for $109 per person. It may seem a little pricey, but you can spend your entire day there, enjoying the rides and invigorating atmosphere.



When is Spring Break in Los Angeles 2024?

Spring break is typically a week-long hiatus from a student’s everyday life, making it a perfect opportunity for them to travel with their friends and enjoy a getaway from studying. Spring break dates vary by school, but most of them fall within the first few weeks of March. It’s important to double check with your specific college’s official school calendar, but here is a list of the major universities in America and their spring break dates.

Is Los Angeles Expensive For College Students?

Los Angeles has a stigma of being overpriced, in part due to it being the birthplace and home to some of the largest celebrities in the world. However, a lot of the most famous tourist destinations are free - and it can be easier than you may think to find an affordable place to stay in Los Angeles. There are also student discounts for a lot of different ticketed events.

How We Can Help Find Affordability In LA During Your Spring Break

Our guide takes you through our personal recommendations of different types of activities, transportation methods, and places to stay, ranked on budget pricing, average pricing, and upscale pricing. If you and your friends are looking for a fun and budget-friendly trip, this is the perfect tool for your Los Angeles Itinerary for your 2024 spring break.

When it comes to booking inexpensive flights, be sure to check out verifiable third-party websites such as Skyscanner and Kayak - there’s always great deals available, no matter where you’re flying from. 

Your Spring Break 2024 trip to Los Angeles is awaiting. Start planning now!


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