A trip to San Diego is incomplete without a visit to these attractions. Include them in your must visit list.
San Diego Zoo
has two parks in San Diego: one located in Balboa Park is a traditional Zoo, and the other is Wild Animal Park located north of the city.
Spare one full day to explore the world-famous zoo.
is a lot more than a zoo, it's home to the Children's Museum and the Fleet Science Center.
Check out Prado Restaurant
at Balboa Park.
is home to the killer whale named Shamu and dozens of other stunning marine animals. Watch Shamu and her buddies perform.
is an amusement park at the Mission Beach boardwalk. It features two major landmarks: the Plunge and the Giant Dipper.
The Giant Dipper has a large number of rides and the Plunge houses a giant indoor swimming pool.
is full of traditional Mexican restaurants and shops. Old Town also includes a state historic park and related historic sights outside the park.
streets has a rocking nightlife. The place is full of activities ranging from dance events, wine tasting to dinner shows, karaoke to coffee houses.
Watch a movie, enjoy live theatre or visit a Fine Art gallery.
offers more than 60 rides, shows and attractions.
Inside the park entrance, you will find the bright red welcoming dinosaur, Bronte, standing nine feet tall and 34 feet long made completely from LEGO®