Visit California - Escorted Tours and Fly Drive Maps - Stein Travel

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This golden state along the Pacific is truly stunning


California is big—really big. If you were to drive the length of the state on Interstate 5, it would take you an estimated 15 hours, with little or no traffic, to get from Oregon to Mexico. At the end of your road trip, you’d have driven nearly 900 miles/1,450 kilometres).

Downtown San Diego is less than 20 miles/32 kilometres north of the Mexican border and about 130 miles (210 kilometres) south of Los Angeles. From Los Angeles, its 385 miles/620 kilometres) north to San Francisco and from there, another 90 miles/145 kilometres) northeast to Sacramento. You’d put about 190 miles/305 kilometres) on your car driving from San Francisco to Yosemite National Park, and about 600 miles/965 kilometres) driving from Los Angeles to Mount Shasta in Northern California. Needless to say, California is ideal for road trips. 


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