You can get to nearly all of San Diego's premier destinations using public transit!

This popular beach community has restaurants dotting the boardwalk and a row of unique shops up Garnet Ave. And the beaches can't be beat! 

Ocean Beach is San Diego's eclectic and authentic beach town. Antique shopping, surfing, dining, and more await you in this laid-back beach community.

Ride the Giant Dipper wooden roller coaster in Belmont Park or enjoy both bay- and ocean-side beaches all in one place! 

More than 60 habitats and an artificial tide pool showcase the discoveries of the Scripps Oceanography explorers. 

The beaches at La Jolla Shores and La Jolla Cove offer year-round swimming, surfing, kayaking, snorkeling, and sunbathing. Enjoy the surrounding parks, picnic grounds, and luxury shopping while you're there!

Visit the most southwesterly beach in the contiguous United States and see miles of beach, the Tijuana Estuary, and an ocean pier. 

One of America's longest-serving naval aircraft carriers is now a floating museum featuring exhibits, flight simulators, and a gift shop.

One of the nation's most accomplished research universities, known for its scientific, medical, and technological breakthroughs.

From the border you can walk or take a taxi to the heart of Tijuana for duty-free shopping and an authentic taste of Mexican cuisine and culture. 

At SeaWorld San Diego, you'll connect with the sea and go on exhilarating rides and amazing adventures.

Over 70 one-of-a-kind shops and 14 acres of view along the San Diego Bay Waterfront. Walking distance from the Gaslamp Quarter, Bayfront Park, and more!

Visit the campus or see a show at one of SDSU's two music venues. 

Home to the San Diego Chargers, the SDSU Aztec football team, and the Poinsettia and Holiday Bowl games.

Watch the San Diego Padres play or enjoy a tour of their field and stadium.

Visit California's first mission—built in 1769 and authentically restored—to enjoy the beautiful grounds and relics of early days of the San Diego mission.

Step aboard the famous Star of India (1863), the oldest iron-hulled sailing ship, the ferryboat Berkeley (1898), and the steam yacht Medea (1904) to see yachting luxury at the turn of the 20th century. 

The heart of San Diego's Italian community has many unique shops, cafes and restaurants sure to delight.

San Diego's historic Gaslamp Quarter offers a multitude of restaurants, shopping, historical buildings and sites, and is walking distance from other great attractions like Seaport Village and the Convention Center. 

Enjoy free walking tours of Escondido's Victorian homes and Craftsman bungalows, the California Center for the Arts, and more! 

Beautiful beaches and parks, unique shopping and restaurants, stunning golf destinations, and the infamous Hotel Del Coronado await on this sunny island in the heart of San Diego.

The San Diego Convention Center is the premier meeting and conference facility in San Diego. Annual home to Comic-Con and the Auto Show.

Enjoy hands on exhibits, hikes, and cultivated gardens at this non-profit zoo and aquarium showcasing local marine life, reptiles, and other creatures. Situated in the unique ecosystem of the Sweetwater Marsh National Wildlife Refuge. 

An interactive educational experience that promotes learning through the arts. 

This lighthouse and monument commemorating Juan Rodíguez Cabrillo's discovery of what is now California in 1542 offers some of the best views of the San Diego Harbor, local mountains, and the Pacific Ocean. The surrounding park also features hiking trails and tide pools!

The World Famous San Diego Zoo is the 100-acre home to over 4,000 animals in bar-less, naturally-inspired habitats. 

San Diego's largest urban cultural park spans 1,200 acres and offers hours of enjoyment though nature trails, botanical gardens, historical structures, and many of our most popular museums. Visit the Air & Space Museum, the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center, the Museum of Man, and more!

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