Flights to San Diego
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San Diego Holiday Guide
San Diego, the oldest town in California, is blessed with a healthy dose of sunshine resulting in gentle enthusiasm and excellent tan akin to perennial spring break. The city calls itself â€˜Americaâ€™s Finest Cityâ€™ as it encompasses a cool surf town scene, primeval year-round weather, renowned surf spots, distinguished beach towns, and its world-acclaimed zoo, a gateway for everybodyâ€™s destination. The city is the perfect amalgamation of breezy confidence and sunny expression along with the best Mexican food to the north of the border, craft beer, championship golf courses and museums.
The suburbs of San Diego
Situated in Southern California, close to Mexico border, San Diego is the second largest town in the state, founded in 1769. San Diego is flawlessly separated into regions embracing each of charismatic distinct neighborhoods.
Downtown: Downtown is the center of business and nightclubs. Situated on the bay, it is laced with various tourist fascinations amongst its polished office and hotel towers.
Balboa Park-Hillcrest: Positioned in the core of the city, Balboa Park is the second largest urban park in the world. It is home to astounding museums and the well-known San Diego Zoo. Hillcrest is a noiseless experience with attractive cafÃ©s and drinking institutions in South Park.
Old Town-Mission Valley: A historic borough, prevalent with tourists and locals to experience the Mexican culture.
Point Loma-Ocean Beach: Placed on a picturesque peninsula, this region is known for its stunning views and its attractive coastline along with organic food market and reggae clubs
Mission Beach-Pacific Beach: It is home to Sea World. Two prevalent beach communities with ample of shops, restaurants, and nightlife, along with Mission Bay and its variety of water sports
La Jolla: A sophisticated beach picturesque coastline community along with birch aquariums, the Scripps institute, the La Jolla playhouse, art galleries, restaurants, souvenir and coffee shops.
Mid-City: Filled with fashionable districts with locally-oriented restaurants, shops, and theaters.
Northeastern: Composed of various suburban neighborhoods extending far inland to the hills of the north, Cal State San Marcos and the popular Safari Park.
San Ysidro: Epicenter to the world’s busiest land border crossing between San Diego and Tijuana, Mexico.