Bring your swimming costume, your towel, and if you can fit it in, the surfboard! With golden sandy beaches, perfect year-round weather and a surfer dude atmosphere, San Diego is the place for you! We're talking about a city full of famous attractions, great hikes and an atmosphere that is as welcoming as any other. San Diego feels like a group of villages slotted together, joined by a bubbling downtown. With top-notch attractions like the Zoo and Balboa Park, over 70 miles of sandy beaches, stunning architecture and a multi-cultural vibe. It's not hard to see why you should be joining the locals. Just don't forget the swimwear!
Planning ahead: Make sure to get your San Diego Zoo, SeaWorld tickets in advance as they require reservations. We have a great selection of tours and tickets on offer. Nothing beats being prepared.
Lifes a beach: With over 70 miles of beaches, there's plenty of space to catch some rays! So don't just head for the nearest and most crowded; have a look around.
Hop-on hop-off is the way to go: Booking a hop-on hop-off bus tour is the way to go. You see the sights, get discounts and entrance to plenty of places. It's a no brainer!
Good to know
Best time to visit
There are two seasons when it's best to visit, mainly because of the nicer temperatures! They are March to May and September to November. August is high season, gets hot, and attractions will be more crowded.
Taking a hop-on hop-off bus tour is the best way to get around town! You can use public transport if that's easire or hire a car.
San Diego is a safe city to explore but as with any new place you visit keep your belongings with you at all time and stay away from areas that aren't tourits friendly.
Did you know?
Impress your friends with these tidbits of information:
* Love a dog? Then San Diego does too. The city has the most dog-friendly restaurants per capita in the country.
* Spooky things are going on in the Whaley House Museum. It's often referred to as America's most haunted house.
* San Diego is one of only two places the rare Torrey Pine trees grow. You need to head to Torrey Pine State Nature Reserve to see them.