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  • 1

    Gaslamp Quarter

    259 reviews

    Great, great, restaraunts and night life. This is the heart of San Diego and it is in walking distance and/or a short cab ride, depending on how much you like to walk, it's about 14 - 15 blocks.

    Popular withNightlifeFoodiesLocal
  • 2

    Coronado Island

    73 reviews

    You can drive or take a Horn Blower taxi across to enjoy the Del Coronado Hotel and it's history along with one of the best rated beaches. Also, sooo many great restaurants ~ a favorite is I'l Fornio with views back to the city for lunch!!

    Popular withLuxuryHistoryLocal
  • 3

    Sunset Cliffs

    49 reviews

    Located less than a mile form residence. Come check out the California Coast at it's most natural. Watch the waves crash against the huge cliffs. Free Admission into tide pools, private coves, etc.. A must see.

    Popular withOutdoorLocalAdventure
  • 4

    Del Mar Racetrack

    46 reviews

    Fun times all around. Be it for the fair or for actual races, this place is a good time. The usually have good bands playing included in the price so it's a great day out for low cost.

    Popular withLocalOutdoorFamilies
  • 5

    Mount Soledad & Korean War Veterans Memorial

    34 reviews

    Mount Soledad has a great view of La Jolla and Downtown San Diego. I recommend going up on a clear night for the best view of downtown. As for La Jolla, daytime is better because of the lack of lights.

    Popular withFamiliesOutdoorHistory
  • 6

    Gaslamp City Square

    8 reviews
    Popular withNightlifeOutdoorAdventure
  • 7

    Fiesta Island

    7 reviews

    This is a great location, located just off the 5 freeway, near Seaworld. This is a great place for bonfires and beach parties without the crowds, and lovely views. In the summer time, I would suggest setting up camp by a fire pit as early as possible. Good for walking and exercising as well.

    Popular withFamiliesBackpackersBudget
  • 8

    Palomar Observatory

    7 reviews

    Quite frankly, despite the observatory's historical significance and importance in space research, it is boring to visit. It is surrounded by beautiful, quiet mountain wilderness and offers a nice break from your nearby hikes, but there is not much to do. The observatory itself only allows you to climb stairs and view the telescope through a giant window. An old ...

    Popular withFamiliesHistoryStudents
  • 9

    Carmel Mountain

    6 reviews

    Almost all of your suburbia staples can be found here: Marshall's, Michael's, Trader Joe's, Costco, Pier 1, Ross, Barnes & Noble, etc. etc.

    Popular withBackpackers
  • 10

    Geisel Library

    4 reviews

    It was fun looking at this interesting, unique building named after Dr. Seuss!

    Popular withBackpackers
  • 11

    Los Peñasquitos Canyon Preserve

    3 reviews

    The trail is mostly flat, so it's not as exhausting. There is a waterfall but it's not extravagant at all. Mountain biking trails are also available.

    Popular withBackpackersOutdoor
  • 12

    Knob Hill Christmas House

    2 reviews

    Every year, the family of 1639 Knob Hill Road put on a jaw-dropping, dazzling display of Christmas lights - voted one of the best displays in all of SD County for years, it has been featured in magazines, websites, TV shows, radio programs, and the like. It's located in San Marcos, a North County town sandwiched between Escondido and Vista, ...

    Popular withLocalFamilies
  • 13

    Air Conditioned Lounge

    2 reviews

    Very cool and mellow, retro vibe. Something like 60 beers on tap or bottle. Some cool little set aside area like a cave like padded room and a sunken living room. Dj each night but I left before he really got rolling. I was there for happy hour. Playing some cool movies/videos on tv's around the place. The place is ...

    Popular withAdventureBackpackers
  • 14

    William Heath Davis House

    1 review

    William Heath Davis House 410 Island Avenue,San Diego Ca Is a Museum and House where William Heath Davis, Once lived in San Diego. The original founder of San Diego, before Horton... You can tour the house daily, there is a dosent to talk about the History of the house..Its in the Gaslamp District of San Diego CA. 1800's

    Popular withBackpackers
  • 15

    Spreckels Organ Pavilion

    1 review

    The Organ Pavilion, located in Balboa Park, houses one of the largest outdoor pipe organs in the world. Made up of over 4,500 pipes, this instrument is a site to behold and a cacophony to be heard. Every Sunday the Organ Society hosts a free afternoon concert that is open to the public for all to hear.

    Popular withBackpackers
  • 16

    USS Recruit

    1 review

    A.k.a USS Neversail, this 2/3 scale destroyer escort replica was used to train recruits from 1949 to 1967 and then again from1982 to 1997.

    Popular withBackpackers
  • 17

    NBC San Diego

    1 review

    This is a landmark in cental downtown.

    Popular withBackpackers
  • 18

    Casa de Stewart

    Popular withHistoryBackpackers
  • 19

    California Building & Tower

    Popular withBackpackers
  • 20

    Louis Bank of Commerce

    Popular withBackpackers
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