Your ultimate guide for Things To Do in San Diego!

     
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San Diego Maritime Museum

San Diego Maritime Museum

The life of a seaman is intriguing to many. What is it like to live on a ship? How do you live? What happens if you run into trouble in the middle of the deep blue sea? The Maritime Museum of San Diego, located in the San Diego Bay, has the answers to these intriguing questions and countless more.   The (Continue reading)

The Gaslamp Quarter

The Gaslamp Quarter

San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter has over 200 restaurants, shops, clubs, stores, museums, art galleries, music venues and theaters, all within 16 ½ blocks. Whether you’re there during the day or at night, you will positively light up with excitement. One of the most fun places isSan Diego’s most authentic Irish (Continue reading)

Coronado Island

Coronado Island

The distinctive San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge rising up on the horizon tells you you’re close to a special place—Coronado Island. There are sparkling beaches, elegant gardens, old-world mansions, and of course the world famous Hotel Del Coronado. Woven throughout this lovely setting is the feeling that every (Continue reading)

Little Italy San Diego

Little Italy San Diego

You will love historic Little Italy in San Diego’s downtown area. The lovely 19th century buildings in this waterfront area are carefully restored. As you stroll down India Street, you’ll appreciate the patio cafes, pubs, art galleries, and shops that fill the quaint neighborhood. You’ll discover wonderful (Continue reading)

Fiesta de Reyes – Old Town

Fiesta de Reyes - Old Town

Fiesta Del Reyes delivers the best in traditional Mexican mariachi music. Mexican food has become as American as apple pie, especially in San Diego, where the city’s Spanish and Mexican heritage can be felt everywhere you go. If you are craving the most delicious, authentic Mexican food anywhere outside of Mexico (Continue reading)

Mt. Soledad

Mt. Soledad

The Mt. Soledad Cross is one of the best-known landmarks in San Diego. The Cross is a touching tribute to the men and women who gave their lives in military service. It’s even more magnificent up close, especially with the 360-degree views from the observation deck next to it.   You can drive up to (Continue reading)

Old Mission San Luis Rey de Francia

Old Mission San Luis Rey de Francia

California is known for the lovely and historical missions that line its coastal communities. Centuries ago, missionaries set out to create bonds with the Native Americans. Now, those missions are an important way to create connections with the past. Old Mission San Luis Rey in Oceanside was founded in in 1798 by (Continue reading)

Cabrillo National Monument

Cabrillo National Monument

The Cabrillo National Monument, at the farthest end of the Point Loma peninsula, was created to commemorate the landing of Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo at San Diego Bay in 1542. It is a fantastic place to discover the earliest history of San Diego. After you’ve taken in “Age of Exploration” presentation, you’ll (Continue reading)

Balboa Park, San Diego

Balboa Park, San Diego

In 2015, San Diego’s beautiful Balboa Park celebrates its 100th anniversary! Throughout 2015, Balboa Park’s 15 Museums will host special celebratory exhibits, events, and activities that highlight the arts and culture of San Diego’s finest city. Just minutes from Downtown San Diego, Balboa Park is home to 15 (Continue reading)

Old Town, San Diego

Old Town, San Diego

When you visit San Diego in 2015, be sure to spend a day at Old Town San Diego State Historic Park. It’s a fabulous way to experience a bit of early California culture from 1821-1872. You’ll see demonstrations of quilting, blacksmithing, carpentry, games, historic buildings, and more. Then, take a stroll through (Continue reading)

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