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  • 1

    San Diego Zoo

    484 reviews

    The zoo is pretty neat. It is located on the north / west side of Balboa Park. Little kids and big kids love the zoo. October is kids month and I think kids get in for free. The zoo is very hilly and there is lots of walking. It can get quite warm in the summer, so it is best ...

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  • 2

    Balboa Park

    368 reviews

    Such a San Diego Gem, museums, children's playground, gardens, the SD Zoo, trails, large lawns, events, it's really got it all! It's especially fun to visit during the holidays & see the Festival of Lights.

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  • 3

    SeaWorld San Diego

    306 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

    253 reviews

    The Gaslamp is a lively place. Lot's of bars, clubs and restaurants. The streets are packed with 30 something individuals. A night out in the Gaslamp can be a bit pricey. A glass of wine is in the $12 range for house . It is fun to walk 4th or 5th Ave , maybe ride a pedicab or perhaps think ...

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  • 5

    Old Town

    262 reviews

    Old Town was a treat, as well, and we even took the tour of the Haunted House. Of course, it isn't really haunted...or is it? To be honest, we didn't stick around to find out after there were some unusual sitings by others in our group. Started to feel a little, well, haunted, if you know what I mean. It ...

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    La Jolla Cove

    149 reviews

    What a beautiful place! Come and visit and take a stroll around La Jolla Cove. You can visit the sea lions there that just hang out there. Theres a little construction but overall theres still a lot to explore throughout the cove. You can walk around and check out the beautiful scenery and sea lions!

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    San Diego Zoo Safari Park

    146 reviews

    The San Diego Zoo and Safari Park is one of the most popular attractions in San Diego. Good for the entire family, and definitely among the best zoos in the country, if not the best.

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    La Jolla Shores

    143 reviews

    A wide, mile-long beach with soft sand, clean water and gentle waves, La Jolla Shores is an ideal spot for families, sunbathers and beginner surfers. The beach is cozy and comfortable, with a playground and grassy picnic areas at the adjacent Kellogg Park. It is consistently ranked as one of the best family beaches in the United States. The beach ...

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  • 9

    LEGOLAND California

    126 reviews

    Well, here is my input as a Lego fan. The place is well organized, parking is near the park, $15 a car. Entrance, they have AAA discount. Here is the thing, I heard from friends that my two years old will have a lot to choose from. He had plenty but he was too small for most of the rides. ...

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  • 10

    Petco Park

    126 reviews

    Visiting San Diego during the Padres' off season or when the team is on a road trip? No problem, take a tour of Petco Park and venture behinds the scenes to places most baseball fans never get to see.

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  • 11

    Seaport Village

    127 reviews

    A short walk to the water front and then down a few blocks to Seaport Village. Sitting on the bay, a variety of gift shops, art and restaraunts overlooking boat docks.

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  • 12

    USS Midway Museum

    105 reviews

    A wonderful way to spend a morning or afternoon! Definitely worthwhile, affordable, and a must-do for history buffs and military personnel.

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  • 13

    Little Italy District

    106 reviews

    Little Italy is quaint and has a nice stretch of restaurants with live music and some shopping. The food smelled delicious, although we did not actually stop to eat.

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  • 14

    Downtown San Diego

    99 reviews

    San Diego has it all, perfect weather, amazing food, great hotels, and all sorts of entertainment. You can visit animals at the world-renowned San Diego Zoo or Seaworld, shopping at Horton Plaza or Seaport Village, visit museums in Balboa Park, and swim, hike, bike, boat or just relax in the sun. The Gaslamp District has dozens of great night clubs ...

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  • 15

    San Diego Wild Animal Park

    87 reviews

    I did a weekend in San Diego where I went to out the Wild Animal Park and the San Diego Zoo on the same weekend. This was a really great animal park, one of the best ones I've been to, but it's not as good as San Diego Zoo or Taronga Zoo in terms of diversity. There was more of ...

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  • 16

    Fashion Valley Mall

    91 reviews

    Best mall in San Diego. Lots of high end stores here, like Hermes, LV, Gucci, etc, along with several large department stores and a crate & barrel.

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  • 17

    Mission Beach

    96 reviews

    How the heck do you review a beach? Wow nice sand and waves and hot babes... Even though it's difficult, I'm glad that people have reviewed most of the San Diego Beaches. So my plan was get a bunch of buddies together to visit San Diego and hit the beach then take on some of the Man Vs Food San ...

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  • 18

    Coronado Island

    73 reviews

    This is a cute island. They have beaches and a nice boardwalk. You can see beautiful San Diego port from there. Don't miss it when visiting the area.

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  • 19

    Cabrillo National Monument and Point Loma Lighthouse

    65 reviews

    On the windy edge of the Pacific Ocean, not too far from downtown San Diego and Coronado, this small NPS holding is worth it just for the 360-degree views from the lighthouse grounds. But the lighthouse is only open a few times a year, so if you want to go inside, check the park website first before driving out here. ...

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  • 20

    Torrey Pines State Reserve

    59 reviews

    walking distance from my vacation rental, you can stay on the beach walking from 20th street and the walk takes about an hour to get to the top of Torrey Pines reserve, great views, great hill to walk, good for the waist line. once up on the reserve, you can take a trail down to Black's beach for nude sun ...

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