There’s a reason ‘go’ is in the name. With picturesque beaches left and right and the best burritos anywhere in town – maybe in state? country? – along with historic sites to visit, there’s no reason not to pack up and visit San Diego right now. And if you’ve ever heard of a little event called Comic Con, San Diego is the host town of the event each year. Make sure to book your hotel early.
If there was such a thing as having a place with too many things to do, Balboa Park would come pretty close. The park includes over a dozen museums, like the Museum of Man, the Air and Science Museum, and the Museum of Torture – yes, really. Visit the beautifully landscaped, two acre Japanese Friendship Garden, or one of the world’s largest outdoor organs. Lawn bowling, tennis club, dog parks, puppet theater, ballet – plan to spend the entire day here.
La Jolla Cove
Stroll along San Diego’s coastline for a day. It’s one of the most photographed beaches in southern California, and there’s no surprise as to why. Go kayaking, snorkeling, diving, or just lay out for your daily dose of vitamin D. The La Jolla Beach Guide will tell you everything you need to know.
Mission Bay and Belmont Park
The pictures might speak for themselves – these are the places to be. Right next to Downtown San Diego, there’s no better place to picnic, barbecue, or explore the 27 acre shoreline. You can also go fishing and boating to your heart’s desire. If you’re not satisfied – but why wouldn’t you be – head on over to Belmont park for mini golfing, rock climbing, and roller coasters.
If that wasn’t enough, well, here’s a few more places that San Diego has to offer:
And, as always – any of these already great activities can be made all the more great with a simple photo booth to capture the moments.