Destination guide: Los Angeles, United States

The city of Los Angeles is on the south coast of California in the United States and attracts thousands of fans of both movies and glamour. Among its main attractions are Hollywood, Disneyland, the Universal, Warner Brothers and Paramount studios, Griffith Park and the famous beaches of Santa Monica and Malibu and Laguna Beach. 

From Los Angeles, you can visit other fabulous destinations such as Las Vegas, the California coast, Phoenix and the Grand Canyon. Don’t put it off any longer and fly to the United States sooner that you expected.

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  • Los Angeles - Weather Overview

    Los Angeles enjoys a Mediterranean climate and is protected from extremes of temperature and humidity by the mountain ranges to its north and east. August and September are the hottest months, January and February the coolest and wettest. Offshore breezes keep the beach communities cooler in summer and warmer in winter than those further inland, particularly the San Fernando Valley, which is the hottest area in summer and the coldest in winter. The average LA temperature is around 70°F (21°C), though smog-shrouded summer days can get well over 90°F (32°C), while winter temperatures around 55°F (12°C) are not uncommon.

    Weather Monthly View


    Average High Temperature Average Low Temperature Average Rainfall Humidity (AM) Avg sunshine
    January 18 8 79 67 47
    February 19 8 76 74 53
    March 19 9 71 77 51
    April 21 10 25 82 55
    May 22 12 10 86 59
    June 24 13 3 87 58
    July 27 16 0 88 55
    August 28 16 0 87 54
    September 27 14 5 82 52
    October 24 12 15 75 49
    November 23 10 31 62 38
    December 19 8 66 60 44