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- 98%Family Travelers
- 72%Local Culture
- 62%Business Travelers
- 61%Budget Travelers
- 56%Art & Design Lovers
User Reviews (99 Reviews)
- Seaport VillageAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 13Nov 18, 2013
Seaport Village is a great spot to take a walk, window shop, enjoy the gorgeous view, people watching, and enjoy a bite to eat! The book store is my favorite, the cafe has awesome drinks and really tasty desserts! Nice romantic spot in the evenings!
- Seaport VillageMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2Nov 05, 2013
Your very typical tourist trap with mediocre restaurants and overpriced stores. This 'Village' might be big but there aren't really that many places worth checking out. It is also slightly out of the way from the more happening Gaslamp Quarter. In my honest opinion it is not worth paying parking for. There are many other better places to see in San Diego. If you really have nothing better to do and just want to snap a few photos, fine. You have been warned.
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- Seaport VillageSep 13, 2013
Family fun and something for everyone! Plan to spend an entire day at this beautiful shopping village on the water. There are incredible shops, great food, amazing art, and beautiful sights! A must do for the San Diego experience.
- Seaport VillageFirst to ReviewSep 13, 2013
A quaint village full of mom-and-pop style shops. My favorite bookstore/coffeeshop in San Diego is here - that's Upstart Crow. There's lots to eat and see around here. You can take a stroll by the water or take a ride in one of the horse-drawn carriages (which look like they're straight out of Cinderella). Family friendly and a great place to bring a date or friends as well.
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- Seaport VillageMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 5Aug 22, 2013
When visiting Seaport Village for the first time, it felt like I was admitted to Disneyland without the park admission fee. The sights, sounds, shops, and merriment were contagious. Two hour parking can be validated by one of the shops with a purchase. It was at Seaport Village that I decided I was moving to San Diego.
- Seaport VillageAmbassadorMember ofStudentsBackpackersDec 06, 2013
Seaport Village is a blend of San Diego laid-back culture mixed with LA's eclectic 3rd Street Promenade. Performers, tattoo artists, parrot keepers, and magicians dot the boardwalk and captivate tourists, while locals ignore them all and jog by in the beautiful sunshine. Horse-drawn carriages take you through the village if you so choose, while live jazz bands entertain visitors in the center plaza as they sip iced lattes or lemonade. Watch dive-hunting pelicans, seals dozing in the sun on floating planks, or lazy sailboats slowly make their way down the bay from San Diego's best front row view.