Where To Go In San Diego

Whoever you are, there is always a best place in San Diego that fits your personality. As already discussed in a previous article, the attractions in San Diego include the Balboa Park, the San Diego Zoo, the SeaWorld, the Gaslamp Quarter, Seaport Village and the Belmont Park.

San Diego County also offer a mix of desert and coastal views accessible to unique resorts widely scattered around.

Sports lovers can always check for year round events at QUALCOMM Stadium. Tennis and Golf lovers can easily check on activities set at the nearby Balboa Park or inquire of tennis matches at the secluded Rancho Valencia. Fun lovers can try a ride to the Giant Dipper Roller Coaster at Belmont Park, play arcade games. They can also take the “Journey to Atlantis” at SeaWorld. An hour or two of San Diego Harbor Cruise is also excellent.

Inquisitive minds are advised to see the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center, San Diego Zoo, SeaWorld, San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego Museum of Man, the Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego Natural History Museum and the Maritime Museum to get inside the permanently docked USS Midway Aircraft Carrier (now converted into a museum).

History enthusiast can take the Trolley tour in Old Town, a two-hour ride with a narrator telling San Diego’s past when it was still a budding settlement in the vastness of California. Allot a side trip to the San Diego Air and Space Museum to take a glimpse of a 1783 hot air balloon.

Take a good look at the canyons. Try a ride on Palm Springs Aerial Tramway descending from Mount San Jacinto State Park. If you have absolute fear of heights, don’t ride the tramway. Just take a Haunted Old Town Walking Tour to scare yourself with historic ghost instead.

There is always enough room for insomniacs and nocturnal beings in the 35 nightclubs and 100 restaurants in the city alone. As mentioned earlier, Gaslamp Quarter is a home of live theaters, movie houses; rooftop lounges and art galleries open until midnight. You have lots to see in San Diego. In San Diego, tourist are usually organizes by their tour guides to pick two or more attractions to visit, get them to shops to buy souvenirs and bring them to a cozy dining place. You can create your won variation from this routine by organizing your own trip. Get a map and plan your itinerary well by consulting San Diego travel guides.

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