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  • 1

    San Diego Zoo

    4.5
    475 reviews

    San Diego Zoo has been rated the top Zoo in the country. If you're new to San Diego, the Zoo should definitely be on your list. (Tip: Take the Sky Ride for a wonderful view of the Zoo and Balboa Park!)

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  • 2

    Balboa Park

    5
    362 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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  • 3

    SeaWorld San Diego

    4.5
    303 reviews

    SeaWorld is a great place to take the family for the day. The kids are able to get up close to the animals which is nice, but if your kids are old enough I recommend snorkeling or scuba diving to see the animals in their natural environment.

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  • 4

    Gaslamp Quarter

    4.5
    248 reviews

    The gaslamp district is lively all week long, even on a Tuesday. It's a little on the commercial / touristy side, but everything is so close and convenient.

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  • 5

    Old Town

    4.5
    257 reviews

    Authentic Mexican culture, cuisine and sights. Don't miss a visit to Whaley House and the cemetery. Very cool experience, but a bit "touristy" for some.

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  • 6

    La Jolla Cove

    4.5
    148 reviews

    Such a beautiful spot and so relaxing. Just walk around and enjoy your day. And check out the very vocal seals.

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  • 7

    San Diego Zoo Safari Park

    4.5
    145 reviews

    Interesting zoo layout but not as good as San Diego Zoo, it require more walking since there's no tram. Most of the animal here are not close up.

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  • 8

    La Jolla Shores

    4.5
    143 reviews

    Weathered from a 75 million year old sandstone cliff, La Jolla’s seven sister caves had once been used by pirates. Only, the cargo they smuggled was human. The Transcontinental Railroad race had lured tens of thousands Chinese who competed against the surly, hard-drinking, fast-fisted Irish swinging hammers for the Central Pacific Railroad. Rising prejudice led to the adoption of exclusionary ...

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  • 9

    Petco Park

    4.5
    124 reviews

    A fantastic place to catch a game, a concert, or any other event. This state-of-the-art stadium is centrally located in the heart of town, so you can easily walk to the Gaslamp District as well as other areas for entertainment after you have finished.

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  • 10

    LEGOLAND California

    4.5
    115 reviews

    Legoland is only 5 minutes away from the property and is the perfect place to spend time with the family! Your kids will love all the fun rides and lego attractions. There is a range of things to do for little kids and big kids. We bought passes when my daughter turned one and we go several times a month. ...

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  • 11

    Seaport Village

    4.5
    125 reviews

    The Seaport Village is one place you CAN'T miss in your travels to San Diego. The Seaport Village, is a four miles of meandering cobblestone pathways bordered by ponds, fountains, magical and colorful, lush landscaping. Quarter mile boardwalk along the San Diego Bay. Super romantic in night. This amazing place also offers, among other things Seal Tours and even Whale ...

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  • 12

    USS Midway Museum

    4.5
    104 reviews

    Incredible museum. Great way to spend the day exploring. Don't miss the Bob Hope Memorial and the Fish Market for lunch or dinner.

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  • 13

    Little Italy District

    4.5
    105 reviews

    We absolutely LOVE Little Italy! Not only the food, but the local culture, "shop local" feel, designer boutique stores and walkability are very attractive about the area.

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  • 14

    Downtown San Diego

    4.5
    97 reviews

    Gorgeous views, nightlife, restaurants, sports & shopping. You'll pay for parking just about anywhere but there's a lot to explore!

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  • 15

    San Diego Wild Animal Park

    5
    84 reviews

    Like the Zoo, but features animals more in their natural setting. Some of this park feels like an African Safari.

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  • 16

    Fashion Valley Mall

    4.5
    90 reviews

    High-end outdoor mall with every designer retailer and several restaurants. Department stores include: Bloomingdales, Neiman Marcus, Macy's, JCPenney and Nordstrom. Beware of crowds - you've been warned. Map of the Mall: http://www.simon.com/mall/fashion-valley/map

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  • 17

    Mission Beach

    4.5
    95 reviews

    Crowded but still enjoyable, with so much to see and do. It definitely felt like you couldn't miss it when visiting San Diego.

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  • 18

    Coronado Island

    4.5
    72 reviews

    Possibly my absolute favorite place in the entire world - and if you look at my passport, you'll know I've traveled a fair bit. But then again, as a San Diego native, I'm biased. For maximum enjoyment, splurge for a hotel - my favorite is the Marriott Island Resort hotel down toward the bridge. Pamper yourself with a spa/massage treatment, ...

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  • 19

    Cabrillo National Monument and Point Loma Lighthouse

    4.5
    64 reviews

    If getting a great panoramic view of San Diego is on your to-do list, don't miss out on this place. $5 will get you a pass for entry to the area, which is valid for up to 1 week. Make sure you have a camera handy to snap a photo of the monument itself and the city skyline and harbor ...

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  • 20

    Torrey Pines State Reserve

    4.5
    58 reviews

    Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve is a wilderness island in an urban sea. This fragile environment is the home of our nation's rarest pine tree - Pinus torreyana. Once this tree covered a larger area. It now grows only here and on Santa Rosa Island off the coast near Santa Barbara. The park preserves not only the trees, but also ...

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