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Tourists, Take Note of These 15 Things You Must Do in San Diego

15 Things You Must Do in San Diego
San Diego―being the eighth-largest city in the U.S.―has several attractions that tourists love. In this post, we'll look at several interesting things you can do while in this city.
UStravelia Staff
Last Updated: Mar 7, 2018
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The exhilarating city of San Diego is the second-largest city in California, with an area of 372.40 sq mi. It is the southern-most end of the west coast of the U.S. The urban area of this city holds most of the total population. Also, it is a part of a Megalopolis that covers the metropolitan area of San Diego as well as Leos Angeles.
Let's have a look at what you can do in this city during your holiday.
★ Take a kayak tour of the 7 caves of La Jolla.
Jollas caves and coastline
★ Go for gondola rides with your loved one or harbor excursions with family.
Evening gondola ride in venice
★ Hike to Cedar Creek Falls and enjoy a swim under the waterfall.
Cedar creek falls
★ Travel in Skyfari―an overhead gondola lift at San Diego Zoo―and get an aerial view of the zoo.
San diego zoo
★ Go for free, public sky-viewing events at Balboa Park and stargaze with experts.
Balboa park san diego
★ Fish, play golf, or fly a kite at Mission Bay Park―the biggest man-made aquatic park in the U.S.
★Shop and dine at Seaport Village―a waterfront shopping complex, and take your kids for a ride on the 100-year-old carousel.
Seaport village in san diego
★Visit Gaslamp Quarter for a range of activities that include shopping with family, partying in the night with friends, or exploring this historic district on your own.
Gaslamp quarter in san diego
★Visit Casa de Estudillo in Old Town San Diego State Historic Park―both Historical Landmarks―to witness examples of old Spanish architecture in the state.
★ Visit the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista for a free tour of the complex.
★ Walk down memory lane in Julian where you can visit Eagle And High Peak Mine―a century-old gold mine―and taste the renowned Julian apple pies.
★ Stroll or exercise on beautiful trails and indulge in birdwatching at Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve―a U.S. National Natural Landmark.
Natural reserve in san diego
★ Go cycling on Mount Soledad with breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean to keep you company.
Couple on bikes
★ See Pre-Columbian rock art at Anza-Borrego Desert State Park―a U.S. National Natural Landmark; it is also the second-largest state park in the continental United States.
Borrego desert state park
★ Visit Birch Aquarium at Scripps, located at the University of California, and discover some stunning marine life
San Diego is a city where there is something a lot to do and see for everyone. Whether you're vacationing with family or are on a lonesome travel, this city won't disappoint you.
Day Along Coastal Oceanside
San Diego California At Sunset