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While the Shelter Island boat ramp into San Diego Bay is under-construction, the SEAL Tour will be running its tour to Mission Bay

Things to Do in San Diego

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San Diego in 1 Day

Even if you only have 24 hours to experience San Diego, you’re going to want to see as many of the most popular sites and attractions as possible. If you’re pressed for time, here’s an itinerary that will help to maximize the day. 


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San Diego in 2 Days

America’s Finest City has so much to see that you might think it’s impossible to do it all in just 2 days. But if you plan ahead and do your research, there’s no reason you can’t see the best San Diego has to offer. Here’s how to see San Diego in a mere 2 days!

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San Diego Harbor Things To Do

A visit to America’s Finest City isn’t complete until you spend some time enjoying the San Diego Harbor. As one of the most popular spots in the city, The Big Bay is home to a plethora of activities and things to do.


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Reasons To Visit

With its miles of glorious beaches, idyllic year-round weather and a myriad of cultural and historical attractions, San Diego is one of the most visited cities in the world. If you’re on the fence about where to vacation, here are some of the top reasons to choose San Diego.



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San Diego Zoo

San Diego Zoo

One of the world’s most famous zoos, the San Diego Zoo offers hours of fascinating entertainment for people of all ages. Of the several thousand animals that live in the zoo, you’ll have an opportunity to see everything from Giant Pandas and Polar Bears to the Tasmanian Devil and African Wild Dogs—and so much more.

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Outdoor Activities

As if its perfect climate and beautiful landscape are not enough to draw in crowds of visitors, San Diego has a vast array of outdoor attractions and activities for people of all ages to enjoy. If you’re planning a vacation to America’s Finest City, check out these top outdoor activities to include in your itinerary.

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Old Town San Diego

A living history museum, Old Town San Diego commemorates the early days of the city, from the 1820s through the 1870s. At this historic state park, guests are treated to original adobe haciendas, a variety of museums, restaurants and various events.

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San Diego Hidden Gems

A visit to San Diego is not complete without a stop at some of the most popular places that the city is so well known for including the San Diego Zoo, Balboa Park and Seaport Village. But there’s much more to discover in this charming town that many vacationers don’t know about. Read on for some of San Diego’s most delightful hidden gems.

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First Time Visitors

First time visitors to America’s Finest City are in for a treat whether they visit during the sunny days of spring, summer, fall or winter. San Diego is open 365 days a year and is always ready to entertain. The moment you arrive you can’t wait to return. For some, a first time visit turns into a lifetime stay.

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San Diego With Kids

San Diego, California is known across the country as America’s finest city. This southern California gem nestled by the Pacific Ocean is home to beaches, biotech and a bohemian attitude.

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