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Exploring San Diego

California's southernmost and second-largest city, San Diego, is best known for its beautiful Pacific Ocean beaches and close proximity to Mexico. Despite its sprawling size, the city is nonetheless more laid-back than Los Angeles. California's first Spanish mission was established in the present-day Old Town in 1769. San Diego Zoo, among the most impressive on the entire continent, is surrounded by several museums and green spaces at Balboa Park.


Accommodations near San Diego

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in San Diego is the Hipster Haven, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Ocean Front Imperial Beach Family Condo in San Diego as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing near San Diego

- La Jolla


A wealthy seaside community along a curving coastline, ‘the jewel’ of San Diego, La Jolla, with its picturesque hillside backdrop and Pacific Ocean surrounds is often considered to be California’s answer to Monte Carlo. Boasting a unique micro-climate throughout the year La Jolla is brimming with sandy beaches, luxury boutiques, trendy restaurants, galleries, golf courses, scenic views, and secluded trails, all of which all help to secure its spot as a luxury beach resort and upscale destination for all year round.


- Downtown San Diego


A cosmopolitan metropolis with the added benefit of sun, sea, surf, and sand, San Diego has a lot to offer. At the heart of this city is the action-packed Downtown district, which boasts a wonderful combination of Victorian-era buildings mixed with modern architecture which house the neighborhood’s best bars and restaurants. Made up of six unique districts, each with its own distinct personality, a vacation in Downtown San Diego surpasses all others as the go-to vacation destination.


Transportation near San Diego

This city's most famous form of public transport is the San Diego Trolley, which is actually a light rail system which travels throughout most of the main tourist attractions. The Green Line connects the Old Town with Mission Valley and Santee, while the Orange Line travels between La Mesa, El Cajon, and the downtown area. The Blue Line stops at most tourist attractions and travels all the way to the Mexican border. Bus service is also available, but infrequent and sparse in several regions. San Diego's sunny and warm climate provides ideal cycling conditions.


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