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San Diego

The city of San Diego tends to be overlooked in favour of its big sister cities, San Francisco and Los Angeles, but there’s plenty of fun activities, art and culture to be had here that rival its more popular neighbours. San Diego is most famous for its huge Bay. Wherever you look in San Diego there are glittering seas and boats anchoring. To get a real feel for this seaside city, take to the open waters in a ferry and catch magnificent views of the San Diego Bay and its bustling coastline. Another great place to appreciate San Diego’s seafront position is the gorgeous beaches. The number one beach to visit is La Jolla Cove which has a distinctly Mediterranean vibe complete with quaint cafes and bars.

At La Jolla Cove you’ll also have chance to meet the locals – dozens of seals and sea lions!If you’re on a family holiday, San Diego has plenty to offer the little ones. Starting with the incredible Legoland theme park and finishing up at the San Diego Zoo, you’ll need at least a few days to get round all of the parks here, but luckily most of them are all in one place – the epic Balboa Park. Balboa Park is undoubtedly San Diego’s top tourist attraction boasting 8 stunning open air gardens and no less than 15 theme parks. There’s even a famous theatre here if you’re in need of some grown up time.

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Known for its diverse culture, San Diego hosts numerous art installations round the city and a number of top quality museums too. If you prefer your culture a little more Latin, take a day trip over the Mexican border into Tijuana and try some spicy chipotle chilli topped off with Mexico’s signature guacamole. While it’s unlikely you’ll run out of things to do in San Diego, you can board one of the many ferries and cruise ships that put down anchor in San Diego Bay,

or get your camera at the ready and snap some shots of the incredible sunset over the Pacific Ocean. San Diego is a city of diverse and vibrant flavours and you’ll be hard pushed to find time to take it all in, but if you’re looking for a holiday that the whole family can enjoy, San Diego tops the list.

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Top 5 things to do in San Diego

10 facts about San Diego


Balboa Park was originally built during the 1915-16 Panama California Exposition and boasts some of the city’s finest architecture.


La Jolla means "the jewel" in Spanish, for its stunning Mediterranean-style charm and incredible seaside views.


The Cabrillo National Monument is a statue of the Spanish explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo who first colonised San Diego in 1542.


The University of California’s San Diego campus is home to some amazing art installations by famous artists like Robert Erwin.


The USS Midway was the biggest ship in the world in 1945 to 1955. It could carry more than 4,000 people and is now a museum attraction.


San Diego is the closest Californian city to the Mexican border and many tourists choose to take daytrips to Tiujana, Mexico.


Coronado Island is not technically an island but boasts some indulgent activities like shopping, spas, sailing and water sports.


La Jolla Cove is San Diego’s prettiest beach and the best place to spot seals and sea lions.


San Diego grows more avocados than any other part of North America – a perfect excuse to try some traditional Mexican fare with a side of guacamole then!


Over 200 cruise ships stop in San Diego every year, adding to its status as a perfect holiday destination.