Located southeast of Los Angeles, Orange, California is a small but well-known city located in the famous Orange County, California. The City of Orange is only 27 square miles. Its largest employers are primarily medical in nature including UC Irvine Medical Center, St Joseph Hospital and Children’s Hospital. One of the most famous facts about the city is that most of its buildings and houses were built prior to 1920. The Orange Historic District is the largest National Register District in California. Additionally, Orange has the second largest number of historic buildings in the Orange County region.
Like most places in California, the automobile is the primary source of transportation for the residents of Orange. The Metrolink regional commuter rail network provides rail connects to Los Angeles and Northern San Diego County from the City of Orange. The City of Orange also has the second busiest bus station on the Metrolink, which takes the residents of Orange to cities such as Los Angeles, Riverside and San Diego. Additionally, commercial and private air travel is available in Santa Ana, California via the John Wayne Airport.