Introducing San Diego
Whoosh – here comes a skateboarder. And there goes a wet-suited surfer toting his board to the break, while a Chanel-clad lady lifts a coffee cup off a porcelain saucer. San Diego’s coastal communities offer all that and more.
The city of Coronado, with its landmark 1888 Hotel del Coronado and one of America’s top-rated beaches, sits across San Diego Bay from Downtown, accessible via a long bridge or a short ferry ride. At the entrance to the bay, Point Loma has sweeping views across sea and city from the Cabrillo National Monument. Mission Bay, northwest of Downtown, has lagoons, parks and recreation from waterskiing to camping and the world-famous SeaWorld. The nearby coast – Ocean, Mission and Pacific Beaches – epitomizes the SoCal beach scene.
Best places to stay in San Diego
Comic-Con 2010: the geek shall inherit...San Diego
This Thursday, comics lovers, sci-fi geeks and fantasy fanatics from Gotham to Middle Earth to New Caprica and all points in between will be descending upon San Diego for the annual collective nerdgasm known as Comic-Con (22-25 July)...
San Diego destination guides
Go San Diego Card
With access to nearly 50 attractions, activities and tours all around San Diego, the Go San Diego™ Card offers something for everyone! Visit the San Diego Zoo, LEGOLAND® California and Knott’s Berry Farm; cruise along the San Diego Harbor; go snorkeling or kayaking in La Jolla; take a guided city walking tour; enjoy a day trip to Hollywood and much more! You’ll have the flexib.
San Diego Zoo
With literally thousands of wild animals including many on the endangered species list, its no wonder that San Diego Zoo is world famous. With more than 4,000 animals representing 800 species, San Diego Zoo is home to a diverse collection of animals, many of which are rarely seen at other zoos.