san diego mixes both old world charm and new age effieciency in a grand city. transportation and shopping areas are good, ppl are v friendly and rule abiding.
sea world and zoo are must watch areas once in a lifetime atleast. we went for a conference at the hyatt which had fine facilities except the food, which was otherwise great in the rest of san diego. i`d love to live thr for the rest of my life.
I would do more then 5 if i was to really get to enjoy and look around, San Diego is a impressive city, lots of lovely people.
lots to offer. SEA WORLD was THE BEST, something for everyone. i even got the all You can eat off, as I got Value for Money with it. The cruises near the waterfront, Highly recommend also. (Flagship).. Transport was impressive too, the light rail . takes You around the place. Thanks San Diego..
San Diego has just about everything you could want in a city. Great downtown nightlife area in the Gaslamp district.
Fantastic beaches. Incredible parks and plenty of outdoor activities to do.
I am really impressed by the multi-options of the food and restaurant in San Diego downtown. Gaslamp quarter is a must for visiting.
The atmosphere is relaxing and the restaurants are super. I didn't feel unsafe even in the evening or night.
quite a comfort city , but nothing special beside the few attractions sucs as zoo , sea world, uss midway, and etc
San Diego is very close to Los Angeles, it took only one hour-driving. Recommended for getting another sight of america as here you can find many Mexican people as it's so close to Mexico City.
There are so many things to do! outside of the Gaslamp area it's not convenient to taxi everywhere- make use of the trains/trolleys where possible.
don't rush the time in this beautiful city, check if any games or activities eg just now there was an auto show, the balloon parade and a couple of ball games. There are different things to do for the different times of the year. The weather in December was amazing - warmer than usual so made an easy transition for me as I am from Vietnam.
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San Diego is one of our favorite destinations. Old Town, the beaches, Gaslamp Quarter, and the areas just up the coast, less than an hour away are spectacular.
So much to pick from!
Beautiful city, I'm definitely considering my next and longer stay. It's much quieter than the cities in used to therefore I felt as f I could unwind and just enjoy my stay.
Can't wait to go back!
Picturesque, tranquil city. Very safe. Lots of history. Sea World, the San Diego Zoo, and the Gaslamp Quarter all provide family/group fun and entertainment.
San Diego is not for the lone-traveller really. The locals are laid-back and pretty much keep to themselves, though friendly and ready to assist. I come away with an overwhelming feeling of restfulness. I love San Diego and visit for 7-12 days every July for some years now.
SD was such a lovely city! Great food, a nice 'town' feeling and a lot of things to see and do. Visit the zoo, drive to mission bay and have a fish taco and work on your tan, drive 20 min south to Las American Premium Outlet for shopping etc.
A lot of nice restaurants and bars on 5th (a really nice Brazilian all you can eat meat buffé, marriot's roof top terrace, the harbor etc).
A city with zoo and safari for animals; nice harbour and cruises to explore; relax to dine in a restaurant by the seaside; close to Tijuana for mexico experience.
Have half day tour to mexico. good to try
Surprisingly clean and attractive city with good sightseeing. Weather was good even in December. Not very crowded.
Chargers v Raiders game (NFL) was great fun for a father and son from Australia. Would be happy to return to San Diego.
Party town. Outlets just by the Mexican immigration. Whale watching. Beaches - sun, sand & the sea. The Zoo & LegoLand for the young children
This was my first real look at San Diego and the area. I found the people to be very friendly and a surpisingly LGBT and alternative friendly community.
Great times at La Jolla and Torrey Pines!
The transit system in San Diego is easy to understand and use. It's also very cheap. Spend some time working out the system and you could basically travel around San Diego quite cheaply without a car.
That's how we got to San Diego zoo and Seaworld and also the old town. We had a great time in San Diego and wish that we had more time there visiting the beaches.