Old Town, San Diego
Referred to as the “birthplace” of San Diego, it was here in 1769 that Father Junipero Serra came to establish the very first of 21 missions as the cornerstone of California’s colonization. Today, Old Town San Diego continues to preserve the rich cultural heritage that characterized San Diego during its infancy from 1821-1872 and includes more than 150 shops, award-winning restaurants, 17 museums, and historic sites all residing just a short walk away from the San Diego Trolley Transit Center.
Located within the heart of Old Town San Diego State Historic Park is Fiesta De Reyes, a vivacious and exciting establishment. Here you’ll find 19 specialty gift shops, Barra Barra Saloon and Casa de Reyes restaurant all inspired by 19th century pueblo life. The boutique shops feature a wide variety of fine goods such as art, jewelry, desserts, and hard-to-find olive oil and hot sauce. With live music and dancing several days of the week, Fiesta De Reyes is a colorful experience that the whole family will remember!
(619) 297-3100 www.FiestaDeReyes.com
Public transit bus routes #8, 9, 30 – Green Trolley Line