I recently flew out to San Diego and made a beeline to the beaches & neighborhoods that make the city special. I've also thrown in a few popular tourist attractions to make your trip to America's Finest City complete
The perfect stop to start a open air shopping adventure in downtown San Diego with local shops and national department stores alike. Don't forget to bring your parking ticket for validation
Seaport Village offers restaurants, shops and plenty of green space for flying a kite or relaxing with views of downtown and Coronado
The old school newsstand still exists! Find magazines from California and all over the world, with a convenience store to boot.
Popular with tourists for sweeping views of San Diego and locals for their fitness trails, Cabrillo has something for everyone. Take a peak into an old lighthouse and learn about the history of San Diego marine life
The premier shopping center in the area houses stores from JCPenney to Tiffany and restaurants ranging from Rubio's to the acclaimed True Food Kitchen
Just north of central San Diego and UCSD is an excellent beach, golf course and state park in La Jolla. The park provides ample room to run, hike, or lay on the beach to catch some rays.
OB is a an amalgam of bars, restaurants & a low key place to hang out just south of downtown San Diego. Check out Pizza Port for world class beers in a brewpub atmosphere
Streets are blocked off every Saturday for the 100+ vendors who set up and sell their wares at the Little Italy Farmer's Market. Live music & free samples make it a fun activity for the whole family
This compact beer bar has one of the best views in San Diego on the pier at Shelter Island. Get the Baja dog and a beer from a rotating list of local breweries.
Don't fret if you decide not to rent a car in San Diego, the efficient public transit is convenient to get to shopping, the beach, the airport and to the Mexican border in San Ysidro.