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  • 1

    Golden Gate Bridge

    849 reviews

    It's a no-brainer. Walk across the bridge, or halfway, and it's a great spot to look at the bay and the city. The bridge is gorgeous to see from any standpoint. In any weather.

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  • 2

    San Diego Zoo

    483 reviews

    Go. You will not be disappointed. And yes, the ticket price is high, but 100% worth it. If you plan to go for more than one day (with the size of this Zoo, you may wish to!), consider supporting the San Diego Zoo by becoming a Member of the Zoological Society of San Diego. Good cause + unlimited entry for ...

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  • 3


    451 reviews

    Being the original Disney theme park which was enjoyed by Walt Disney himself; Disneyland Park will always hold a special place in the hearts of many, including mine. From the moment you walk down Main Street U.S.A; you'll experience exactly what Walt intended you to do so - a world of yesterday, tomorrow and fantasy.

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  • 4

    Balboa Park

    367 reviews

    Balboa Park in San Diego is like Central Park in New York City or Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. It is full of attractions and beauty, and is a great place to spend a day in the sun.

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  • 5

    Alcatraz Island

    389 reviews

    Good place for photograhper. You can get a ferry ticket online but have to wait in line. I went there over the weekend. It got crowded. If you have a chance to visit, you should get there 30 mins before ferry depart.

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    Golden Gate Park

    362 reviews

    Golden Gate Park has something for everyone - The most amazing playground, a beautiful botanical garden, the de Young and Academy of Sciences museums, and walkways galore. A must-do for outdoor enthusiasts! While you are there, stop by the Beach Chalet for some local history and delicious food with a view.

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  • 7

    Fisherman's Wharf

    410 reviews

    A tourist hell and prime location to be wiped off the map this beautiful city, it's a hokey nightmare of the worst kind, and fails at any kind of authenticity. Do not mistake this for the real San Francisco.

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  • 8

    SeaWorld San Diego

    306 reviews

    I remember as a child, I love coming to San Diego and going Seaworld. Now 20 years later, I'm a teacher and I get to get in for free for the whole year! Unfortunately, this place lacks rides and shows. We came here in mid May and there were only 5 shows to see. I wish SeaWorld would give us ...

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  • 9

    Gaslamp Quarter

    252 reviews

    The Gaslamp is a fantastic part of San Diego to enjoy good food, entertainment, and nightlife. There are quite a few fun bars along 5th, and restaurants are tucked all over the main street, or on side streets. There are also some fun hotels. The Hard Rock anchors the quarter on the end closest to the waterfront.

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  • 10

    Old Town

    261 reviews

    Great amazing place good to eat have fun. Also have a few drinks has many cultural sites and much more...

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  • 11

    AT&T Park

    209 reviews

    Rising up out of post-apocalyptic rubble to become the new cathedral of baseball, I cannot give this facility any less than five stars. It is outstanding in every way. I've sat in every major area except Arcade, and with the exception of a small group of seats in the left-field corner (what I call "the armpit"), there are no bad ...

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  • 12

    Ferry Building Marketplace

    205 reviews

    While it's hardly a well-kept secret, the Embarcadero's restored Ferry Building is one of the city's most accessible sights, and unlike the abomination of Fisherman's Wharf, a place well worth visiting. With lovely architecture that's miraculously survived both the 1906 and 1989 earthquakes, today the building houses a host of fine eateries (Slanted Door, anybody?) and market stalls, and a ...

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  • 13

    Riding a Cable Car

    202 reviews

    This is one of the few typical tourist experiences that surpasses expectations. Riding the cable cars up and down the impossibly steep streets with the wind blowing through your hair is something that just can't be replicated. An absolute must do.

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  • 14

    Pier 39

    238 reviews

    Pier 39 is full of action! It is a shopping & restaurant area, but so much more. The Pier features a lot of family oriented entertainment such as a large merry-go-round, a Marine Mammal Center, Aquarium of the Bay, a video arcade & street performances. There are great photo ops here, with views of Angel Island, Golden Gate Bridge, the ...

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  • 15

    Lombard Street

    213 reviews

    really pretty, iconic spot of san francisco, colorful, lots of people, good exercise :), definitely recommend for anyone planning a trip to san fran.

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  • 16

    Union Square

    214 reviews

    High end shopping in an outdoor setting. Summer months there's an outdoor concert set up in the rink area. This is where you can catch the tour bus to go sight seeing and go over the Golden Gate bridge. We had a great day visiting this area.

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  • 17

    Disney's California Adventure

    165 reviews

    Disney California Adventure Park has become one of my favourite Disney theme parks. Since I first visited in 2012; the park has undergone a major transformation to include Buena Vista Street (a replica of 1920's Los Angeles), and Cars Land where you can experience the thrill of Radiator Springs Racers. Home to California Screamin', Grizzly River Run, The Twilight Zone ...

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  • 18

    Santa Monica Pier

    204 reviews

    A visit to Santa Monica isn't complete with a visit to one of he most famous piers in the world. Take a stroll to the end, enjoy the fun of pacific park and go for a ride of the Ferris wheel. There are plenty of souvenir shops and good places to eat and drink too.

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  • 19

    The Getty Center

    152 reviews

    If you only have time for one museum during your visit to LA, consider picking this one. Art + awesome views of the West LA cityscape, especially at sunset, when the white Travertine marble of these modernist buildings glows with pastel colors. Admission is free if you come by bus, or pay for parking (no reservations needed). The museum's cafe ...

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  • 20

    Monterey Bay Aquarium

    148 reviews

    I love aquariums and I love anything that has to do with the ocean (I'm from Hawaii). My favorite section was the jellyfish exhibit. They're hypnotizing and pleasing to watch. If you have the time, the exhibition shows are also very good. You also can't beat otters and penguins. The restaurant inside, the Portola Cafe, is actually pretty good. $8 ...

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