Unlock the magic of San Diego

San Diego boasts over 70 miles of beaches from Imperial Beach on the Mexican border to Oceanside in San Diego’s North County. The Pacific coast of California has one of the best temperate climates making it a great year-round holiday destination. There are plenty of attractions for all ages including SeaWorld, San Diego Zoo, and LEGOLAND or take a day enjoying the museums and grounds of Balboa Park.

Attractions in San Diego

Gaslamp Quarter
Historical neighborhood in San Diego downtown. Many different architectural buildings to discover.
Seaport Village
One of downtown's many places to stop for a snack and walk along the harbor.
Coronado Island
Famous and gorgeous island located right next to San Diego.
Balboa Park
Beautiful park in the heart of the city. Home to many museums and the world-famous San Diego Zoo.
Old Town San Diego
Old Town is the historic heart of San Diego. Created in 1769, Old Town San Diego was California’s first settlement with only a mission and a fort.
La Jolla
La Jolla cove has great ocean views, art collection and the sea-lions to entertain you.
Ocean Beach
One of San Diego's bohemian neighborhoods, Ocean Beach is an idyllic beach for passing a day in the sand and wandering the pier for a bite.
La Jolla Seals and Sea Lions
No trip to La Jolla is complete without spotting some of the beach's famous wildlife. The area's marine mammals have made La Jolla their favorite place for birthing pups.
Cabrillo National Monument
The monument commemorates the landing of Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo at San Diego Bay on September of 1542.
U.S. Grant Hotel
The U.S. Grant Hotel is a historic hotel in downtown San Diego. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Petco Park
Petco Park is home to the only team in major league baseball whose name is not in English - the San Diego Padres.
Santa Fe Depot
Over a century old, the Santa Fe Depot's Spanish Colonial Revivalist style has landed this operational train station on the National Register of Historic Places.
USS Midway
This US Navy aircraft carrier was commissioned in 1945, served the entire length of the Cold War, and was decommissioned in 1992. It is now a popular museum.
Little Italy neighbourhood
Known as a chic neighbourhood full of restaurants, shops and beautiful views of the bay.
Hotel Del Coronado
One of the only surviving Victorian resorts, The Del was the world's largest resort when it opened in 1888. It is now one of America's most famously haunted buildings.
Sunset Cliffs
Appropriately named, these cliffs stretch for two miles of San Diego coastline and lead to tiny, secluded beaches where travelers can find their own, private oases for a perfect Southern California sunset.
Pacific Beach
The favorite haunt of local surfers, a trip to Pacific Beach is like a snapshot from a 1950's California postcard.


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