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The total driving distance from Irvine, CA to Los Angeles, CA is 41 miles or 66 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Irvine, California. It ends in Los Angeles, California.
If you are planning a road trip, you might also want to calculate the total driving time from Irvine, CA to Los Angeles, CA so you can see when you'll arrive at your destination.
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Irvine is located in the center of Orange County CA. It is the city center and is only 7 miles from the Pacific Ocean. It enjoys average temperatures at around 56 degrees in January and 71 degrees in August.
John Wayne Airport (SNA) is only 4 miles from Irvine city center. It serves as one of the alternative airports to the Los Angeles area if you prefer smaller and quieter airports. Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, US Airways and WestJet are airlines that serve the SNA airport.
Apart from driving from Irvine to Los Angeles you can take the extensive network of public transportation provided by Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) from Irvine to Los Angeles and Riverside counties. The Metrolink commuter rail system and Amtrak offer connections in the Orange County area to Los Angeles and beyond.
If you have the time check out Irvine Park Railroad. The 1/3 scale train takes you on a scenic ride through historic Irvine Regional Park for just $5 per person. Children under 12 months ride free.
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