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Comic-Con International: San Diego

Comic-Con International: San Diego

Comic-Con International: San Diego returns to the San Diego Convention Center in 2014, beginning with Preview Night on Wednesday, July 24, with the four days of the event running Thursday, July 18 through Sunday, July 27. 2014 marks the 45th year for the show, making it the country’s longest continuously run comics (Continue reading)

Coronado Ferry Landing

Coronado Ferry Landing

Whether you come by car, boat or aboard the San Diego Bay Ferry, Coronado Ferry Landing is the perfect place for your day trip! Located in the City of Coronado, you'll discover a charming collection of shops, art galleries, fine restaurants and casual eateries surrounded by swaying palms, waterfalls and Coronado's (Continue reading)

Coronado Ferry

Coronado Ferry

What better way to get to Coronado Island to check into your favorite hotel, go waterfront shopping or dine at a fabulous restaurant with a killer view than by hailing a water taxi? All while enjoying the scenery and beautiful skyline of San Diego. San Diego Flagship Cruises Water Taxi offers on-call (Continue reading)

Seaport Village

Seaport Village

Explore 50-plus diverse shops, 17 unique eateries and outdoor entertainment and find everything under the sun... Waterfront shopping in San Diego has something for everyone. From clothing, souvenirs, and jewelry, you'll get it all with an extraordinary view-no extra charge for the gorgeous (Continue reading)

San Diego Embarcadero

San Diego Embarcadero

Down along the waterfront is San Diego’s Embarcadero (“the landing place”). Our beautiful bayside boardwalk lies on the edge of the remarkable San Diego Harbor and leads to a variety of maritime museums, restaurants, boating tours and endless shopping. Heading south on the boardwalk you will pass by the B (Continue reading)

Encinitas/Leucadia Farmer’s Market & Art Fair

Encinitas/Leucadia Farmer's Market & Art Fair

Buy Local San Diego Produce! Visiting one of the Certified Farmers' Markets (CFM) in San Diego County allows you to experience agriculture. Farmers' Markets provide venues for farmers to sell directly to consumers and supports small farming operations. Certified Farmers Market Highlights Located near Downtown (Continue reading)

Visit Colorful Hillcrest

Visit Colorful Hillcrest

A true success story in terms of revitalization, Hillcrest has blossomed into one of the hippest, most happening communities in the nation. Located just north of Balboa Park and the world’s most famous zoo, the community celebrated their first 100 years in 2007 as one of San Diego’s oldest communities. An (Continue reading)

Oceanside Farmers’ Market

Oceanside Farmers' Market

This certified Farmers Market is where the locals go for the freshest produce, much of it grown right here in San Diego County. In one convenient downtown location, you can support local farmers and take home healthy, nutritious vegetables and fruit. At the Oceanside Farmers' Market, every Thursday brings something (Continue reading)

San Diego Souvenirs

San Diego Souvenirs

Souvenirs make the perfect gift to bring back home after a wonderful stay in America’s Finest City. Commemorate your stay by visiting one of the many shops available throughout the county. Souvenir gifts range in prices and style—maybe you’ll take home an engraved penny commemorating your visit to the San Diego (Continue reading)

Discover Cedros’ Design District

Discover Cedros' Design District

Shopping on Cedros Ave is like a stroll down a charming European Side Street. Walking 2 and a half blocks normally does not take long, but the Design District on Cedros Ave packs so much creativity that it merits a few hours. An impressive 85 one of a kind shops, each with its own allure.  Many of the shops display (Continue reading)

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