San Diego Attractions

Importance

  • The first exhibit that one can see in San Diego is the most beautiful San Diego Zoo, with its much clicked Flamingo Lagoon. Near its entrance is the Children’s Zoo, which comprises of 30 child-size exhibits- the Petting Paddock, and a baby animal nursery. Along with these some other spots worth seeing are the Wege forth Bowl and the Hunt Amphitheater shows.
  • Then there’s the Giant Panda Research Station, which is home to the San Diego Zoo’s most famous residents.
  • Other attractions include Polar Bear Plunge and Elephant Mesa, where one can enjoy watching the chimps playing and listening to the colorful bird’s singing.

Aim to Visit

  • The whole family can enjoy watching the playful activities of the gorilla and orangutan. But, amongst all this one should not forget that the San Diego Zoo’s broad mesas and steep canyons host an astounding variety of tropical and sub-tropical plants.
  • Tourists can explore San Diego on foot or take a guided bus tour.
  • Then, there’s the Skyfari for those who wish to have an aerial view of the Zoo and Balboa Park.

Harbor Attractions

  • The Embarcadero along Harbor Drive spreads from the Star of India to Seaport Village. Starting along the scenic San Diego Harbor and strolling from Embarcadero Marina Park, bordering Seaport Village and the San Diego Convention Center, to the Star of India, the oldest active sailing ship in the world and the pride of San Diego.
  • Embarcadero on the way is the Broadway Pier, where the Coronado Ferry and Harbor Cruises depart.
  • On moving little farther, at Harbor Drive and Ash Street, lies the Star of India.
  • Walking the decks of this magnificent ship and discovering San Diego’s rich maritime heritage is one of the most pleasurable moments that one can ever experience.

Old Town

  • The Bazaar del Mundo’s has its own fiesta atmosphere and tinkling fountain, lined with unique market place with great collection from every corner of world and what more- its embedded with the full of aromatic flower courtyard.
  • Also, there’s an excellent toy shop for children and imported things for adults from Mexica.
  • The “fun” shops are stacked with candy, polished rocks and gemstones, old west souvenirs, and many more for kids.
  • Just after that place is the State Historic Park in Old Town.
  • This astonishing complex has the wide open San Diego circa 1821–1872, with 5 original adobes reminding you the old day’s treasure.
  • Further away, is the Old Town proper boasting its a general store, great restaurants, gift antique stores, shops, and so on.
  • This place is also infamous for Whaley House. It is a Victorian mansion and historical museum, which is known as resident of ghosts.
  • For a theater experience, tourist visit “The Theatre in Old Town,” at Juan and Twiggs Streets, where there’s “not a bad seat in the house.”
  • Beautiful Presidio Park is located just a few blocks north of Old Town. This place is full of shade trees, cool green lawns, and wonderful scenic beauty of the bay and harbor.
  • We can also love the place of Serra Museum. You can get to see the Aficionados of California mission architecture.

Beaches

  • Home to the famous Hotel Del Coronado, this is one of San Diego’s best beaches. Coronado lies across the bay from downtown and boasts the widest expanse of sand anywhere in San Diego County which makes it the absolutely lovely and perfect to sunbathe and play.
  • The village area near the Hotel Del Coronado features upscale shopping and gourmet eateries. “The Jewel of the Sea” is San Diego’s premier coastal region, complete with a European-style village, upscale shopping, and dining all just steps from the ocean.
  • Families will enjoy snorkeling in La Jolla Cove or exploring the tide pools.