Top Things to do in San Diego
1st February 2017
1st February 2017
San Diego is one of the USA’s most popular holiday destinations thanks to its friendly people, beautiful beaches and world-famous sunsets. Are you planning a holiday to San Diego? Check out this blog where our travel expert Diane lists her top things to do in San Diego.
Some have said San Diego have the most beautiful sunsets in the world, and from witnessing them first hand, I can tell you that this is most definitely true! For a view like no other, take a trip to Coronado and watch the sun go down from one of the many harbour eateries on this island. From your table you can snap away to your heart’s content as the sky is filled with a stunning mix of colours.
Opened in 1980, Seaport Village is a quaint part of San Diego featuring gift shops, restaurants and cafés. If you’re a breakfast person then head to Busters along the harbour.
Their menu has a host of mouth-watering breakfast options – all at reasonable prices too.
For those of you looking to kick back in the evening with something refreshing in hand, try Margaritas Kitchen & Cantina for some of the best Margaritas in town.
No trip to San Diego would be complete without a ride in a Pedicab. These eco-friendly modes of transport can be used in two ways – as your taxi or as your tour guide. On some Pedicab’s, flashing lights and feel good music will accompany you during your trip. The perfect start to a night on the tiles!
This is definitely one for all you party animals out there. Be prepared for a wild night if you are heading to the Gaslamp Quarter!
Famous for its bars, nightclubs and live entertainment venue, you can expect a late night in this part of town.
Start your night in style by making a reservation at one of the high-profile restaurants and have your meal prepared by a celebrity chef.
One of San Diego’s most famous inhabitants, the USS Midway Museum is located in San Diego harbour.
Visit this mammoth museum from 10am to 5pm daily when you can take part in a self-guided tour.
You will be bowled over by the sheer size of this carrier, and by the cargo that’s on board.
When you leave, be sure to take the short walk to the Unconditional Surrender statue, otherwise known as the ‘kissing statue’.
If you are thinking of visiting San Diego then you can look forward to guaranteed sunshine, delicious cuisine, buzzing nightlife and an array of exciting shopping and sightseeing options. Trust me, once you arrive you won’t want to leave! Want to try out our list of top things to do in San Diego? Contact us today for a quote!