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Surfin' USA picture in San Diego

San Diego's world-famous surfing may have inspired this Beach Boys tune: several of the spots mentioned in the iconic song are located in San Diego, including Del Mar, Trestles and Swami's. Sebastien Burel Shutterstock

Coronado Sunset picture in San Diego

Coronado Beach is known for its spectacular sunsets. Courtesy San Diego Tourism Authority

Afternoon in Balboa Park picture in San Diego

Balboa Park is home to some of San Diego's top attractions, including the San Diego Zoo. Steve Heap Shutterstock

Torrey Pines Beach picture in San Diego

Torrey Pines Beach is part of the Torrey Pines State Reserve, which is named for the rarest pine tree in the country. Tim Buss Flickr

San Diego Bay picture in San Diego

Catch an amazing view of the San Diego Bay from Coronado, a quaint beach town with some coveted real estate. Dancestrokes Shutterstock

Welcome to the Gaslamp Quarter picture in San Diego

This 16-block neighborhood in downtown San Diego earned its nickname from the numerous gas lamps that were installed here in the late 19th century. Kobby Dagan Shutterstock

Mission Beach picture in San Diego

Mission Beach is a great place to soak up some rays or test your surfing skills. You'll also find a bustling boardwalk with bars, restaurants and shops. Joanne DiBona SanDiego.org

Hotel del Coronado picture in San Diego

This luxury hotel is one of the oldest and largest all-wooden buildings in California. In its nearly 125-year existence, the hotel has witnessed plenty of history, including visits from several presidents and silver screen stars. Brett Shoaf/Artistic Visuals San Diego Tourism Authority

Maritime Museum picture in San Diego

At the Maritime Museum you can step aboard the world's oldest active sailing ship, the Star of India (pictured here). The Star of India first set sail in 1863 and has since been around the world 21 times. JeepFoto Shutterstock

Welcome to the San Diego Zoo picture in San Diego

The San Diego Zoo one of the most renowned zoos in the world is home to nearly 4,000 animals from more than 600 species. Jim Moore Flickr

Petco Park picture in San Diego

Petco Park is home turf for Major League Baseball's San Diego Padres. maxhphoto Shutterstock

View from the Cabrillo National Monument picture in San Diego

This monument is dedicated to Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo, the first European explorer to navigate the Californian coast. Steve Heap Shutterstock

San Diego Balloons picture in San Diego

Hot-air ballooning is a great way to get a birds-eye view of the city. Jon Sullivan Wikimedia Commons

Coronado Bay Bridge picture in San Diego

This curving bridge connects San Diego to Coronado. If you don't have your own set of wheels, you can easily get to and from Coronado via the efficient ferry system. justasc Shutterstock

Coronado Beach picture in San Diego

You know you're at Coronado Beach when you see the red-shingled roof of the Hotel del Coronado. This legendary hideaway has been a fixture here since 1888. Brett Shoaf/Artistic Visuals San Diego Tourism Authority

USS Midway Museum picture in San Diego

The USS Midway is the longest-serving Navy aircraft carrier of the 20th century. The museum features 60 exhibits and 29 aircraft. U.S. Navy Flickr

Ice Skating in Coronado picture in San Diego

The Hotel del Coronado does its best to get into the wintertime spirit with the annual "Skating by the Sea" event. Welcome to Southern California in December. Brett Shoaf/Artistic Visuals San Diego Tourism Authority

Surfing in La Jolla picture in San Diego

La Jolla is a popular surf spot, especially for beginners. Its location just north of San Diego protects it slightly from the strong southwesterly winds. Sebastien Burel Shutterstock

Balboa Park architecture picture in San Diego

A close-up of the stunning Spanish-Renaissance architecture you'll find throughout Balboa Park. Randy Miramontez Shutterstock

Mission Beach picture in San Diego

Sitting just behind Mission Beach's golden sands is where you'll find Belmont Park, a theme park with an iconic, nearly 100-year-old roller coaster: the Giant Dipper. John Bahu San Diego Tourism Authority

SeaWorld San Diego picture in San Diego

Manta, one of the rides featured at SeaWorld San Diego. Mike Aguilera SeaWorld® San Diego

Torrey Pines State Reserve picture in San Diego

Hike along the sandstone canyons of Torrey Pines State Reserve for incredible views of the Pacific Ocean. Brett Shoaf/Artistic Visuals San Diego Tourism Authority

The Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch picture in San Diego

Another reason to plan your San Diego visit in spring? The Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch. From early March through early May, nearly 50 acres of Giant Tecolote Ranunculus flowers burst into bloom at this coastal hillside 30 miles north of San Diego. Peter Kunasz Shutterstock

Old Town picture in San Diego

Old Town — known as the "Birthplace of California" was the first Spanish settlement on the West Coast. The neighborhood celebrates its heritage with museums, art galleries, shops, and of course, plenty of Mexican cuisine. John Bahu San Diego Tourism Authority

La Jolla Beach picture in San Diego

You'll have to drive about 14 miles northwest of San Diego to get to La Jolla, but you'll be greeted with these breathtaking views when you get there. Joanne DiBona SanDiego.org

Spanish Village Art Center picture in San Diego

The Spanish Village Art Center is a kaleidoscopic burst of color hidden within Balboa Park. Stop by for daily art demonstrations or just to tour the colorful patio. Lisa Field SanDiego.org

Sunset Cliffs Natural Park picture in San Diego

Another beloved hiking spot, Sunset Cliffs Natural Park is often described by travelers as one of the most beautiful areas in San Diego. Dancestrokes Shutterstock

Catching a wave picture in San Diego

Park yourself on any beach in San Diego and you'll score a front-row seat to some amazing surfing acrobatics. Bengt E Nyman Flickr


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