|Top holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£271|
|Family holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£266|
|Budget holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£258|
Inglewood holidays introduce visitors to a quiter, more relaxed side of Los Angeles. This is a city of spacious streets, public parks and an extremely multi-ethnic community, meaning that Inglewood has its fair share of both social buzz or tranquil calm.
Located in the PST timezone (UTC-7, or -8 in summer), Inglewood enjoys a subtropical-Mediterranean climate that means it experiences little rainfall and is warm, sunny and inviting to holiday-makers basically all throughout the year, with the 'colder' winter days around January still close to 20 degrees celsius. Inglewood is located less than 5 miles from one of the world's biggest and busiest airports, Los Angeles International, so Inglewood holidays are extremely accessible from anywhere. Although there are good buses and taxis, the easiest way to get around Inglewood is by hiring a car from one of dozens of companies, which also offers the chance to explore the area surrounding Inglewood, or for a short beach-holiday trip to nearby Santa Monica.
Using Inglewood's iconic giant donut as a reference point, there is plenty to see and do around the city. If lucky enough to time Inglewood holidays with a music or sports event at the fabulous LA Forum then this is an opportunity for a local experience not to be missed. Another truly unique experience is visiting the Inglewood Cemetery, one of the oldest and most famous in California. On top of being a good introduction to the region's history it also boasts some beautiful chapels and structures. If visitors feel like continuing to walk, enjoy the peace and beauty of one of Inglewood's city parks, or head towards downtown to enjoy a taste of the diverse food options available on Inglewood holidays that reflect the city's many cultural and ethnic groups; a Caribbean flavour from along Prairie Ave is pretty hard to beat.