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The total driving distance from Las Vegas, NV to San Diego, CA is 332 miles or 534 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Las Vegas, Nevada. It ends in San Diego, California.
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The combination of I-15 and I-215 and back to I-15 is the fastest way to get from Las Vegas and San Diego. This route through I-215 helps you avoid Los Angeles’ traffic. Along the way you may want to stop at Riverside.
Riverside is an important center for California’s citrus industry. Here you will find a 377-acre California Citrus State Historic Park, the only park dedicated to the citrus industry, Victorian Mansions with 20 sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places and 2 National Historic Landmarks.
Highlights of the Park include the Craftsman Bungalow architecture and the Gage Canal that shows how water was managed in California arid land and how the citrus trees were irrigated.
Here is a list of historic landmarks worth visiting:
•Riverside Municipal Auditorium
•National Historic Landmark Mission Inn Hotel and Spa
•Historic Fox Performing Arts Center
•Riverside National Cemetery’s Monuments and Memorials
•Riverside County Courthouse
•Historic Victoria Avenue and the Roosevelt Palm
•America’s Parent Navel Orange Tree
Find out more by visiting riversidecvb.com.
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