Things to do in San Diego
From sunbathing to a Legoland visit, San Diego has a wide range of things to do capable of satisfying every tourist. San Diego has more than ninety theaters and amphitheaters and many parks for those who prefer to enjoy nature.
This American destination is widely known for its family attractions, being the right place for family vacations. Among the many things to do in San Diego, whether you travel with your family, alone, with friends or the love of your life you can take a tour of the fantastic San Diego Zoo where you will find more than 4,000 different animal species.
SeaWorld and Sea Life Aquarium and Water Park are also an option offering the opportunity of a tour near amazing creatures, including dolphins, killer whales and sea lions. And if you are a nature lover and still don't know what to do in San Diego then you can always take a relaxing walk in the Balboa Park which exhibits an exquisite tropical vegetation. And for those who want a taste of art then take a tour in the Museum of Art, the Air and Space Museum or the Museum of Man.
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The theater is the perfect way to follow a beachside sunset viewing.
If San Diego County had a craft beer church, it would be this San Marcos brewery where Tomme Arthur produces beer for both Port and The Lost Abbey. Port grew from a brewpub chainlet and now features beers like Wipeout IPA and Shark Attack red ale, both served from flip-flop tap handles.
The expansive “habitats” include a tropical rainforest filled with gorillas, a recreated Arctic tundra with polar bears and reindeer, and a Giant Panda Research Station.
Career fireman Pat McIlhenney opened this microbrewery in 2002, but it wasn’t until 2009 that he became a full-time brewer.
Named for its shimmering oyster-strewn shore, this stretch is also scattered with sand dollars, cockles, and scallops. Hotel del Coronado, a coral-red-roofed classic resort, is just a wave away.
The hotel takes full advantage of its location on kid-friendly Mission Bay.
For the aromatherapy massage (from $135) therapists blend a range of essential oils to relieve your emotional tensions and give you a three-ounce bottle to take with you.
San Diego's art-minded museum has studio space where kids can decorate a 1973 VW Bug.
This shop sells handcrafted gifts like jewelry and purses by over 150 artists.
Special Booking: For several Texan clients, Arklind orchestrated a classic Scandinavian Christmas holiday, with an airport transfer by dogsled and an arrival greeting from the Finnish Santa Claus, Rovaneimi. They then attended a New Year's Eve dinner in Stockholm.
After dinner, hit the expansive nightclub Stingaree, the town’s hottest new haunt.
The gallery represents more than 100 European and American artists.
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Carries a small but chic collection of beachwear, from punky-preppy designs by Trovata to hipster shades by Initium.