With so much to see and do in San Diego, it’s hard to know where to begin. Explore this city from its diverse neighborhoods, to its famous attractions, to its vibrant hotel and restaurant scene. Discover which hotel suits your lifestyle and budget, which restaurants are kid-friendly, and which San Diego neighborhood is known for its white sand beach. Go San Diego is here to help you make this your best San Diego vacation ever.
San Diego is famous for attractions like its stunning beaches, the Gaslamp Quarter, Balboa Park, SeaWorld, Old Town, and the San Diego Zoo. However, there are many layers to America’s finest city. Discover the emerging craft beer scene along the 30th Street corridor in North Park. Explore deadman’s fingers and knobby seastars in the tidepools below Cabrillo National Monument, or ferret out the secret speakeasies of the Downtown area. San Diego is full of surprises!
You’ll find every kind of hotel under the San Diego sun ready to serve your needs; historic luxury suites, upscale boutique hotels, family-friendly resorts, beachside inns, and independent oceanfront accommodations. They’re all here.
An international tourist destination since 1915, San Diego has over 50 local attractions and neighborhoods waiting to be explored. Mix and match your entertainment with San Diego’s rich history, diverse culture, and fun in the sun.
San Diego Zoo
Midway Aircraft Carrier
Fleet Science Center
Both celebrity and award-winning chefs have put San Diego’s cuisine on the map. Expect locally grown, sustainable, and seasonal fare inventively prepared, modern Mexican fusion, upscale gastropubs with New American menus, and gourmet food trucks.
Escape Fish Bar
Save money with a Tourist Pass. It’s a Pay-one-Price card that allows you into a variety of tourist attractions and tours. Many include SeaWorld, LegoLand, the San Diego Zoo, Safari Park, USS Midway, Harbor Tours, Balboa Park museums and a lot more. You also get to skip the lines to many of them. This is potentially more valuable than the cost savings on your entrance fees.
The symbol of San Diego is the beach. Among the top ten are Mission Beach, the ultimate family playland, Pacific Beach with everyone’s favorite surf spots, and Coronado Beach, San Diego’s only white sand beach. Discover them all.
La Jolla Cove
Coronado Central Beach