Situated on the border with Mexico, San Diego is the southernmost city in California.

San Diego’s Central Business District is home to beautiful heritage buildings. The Victorian Gaslamp Quarter provides a taste of historic San Diego.

Balboa Park features over a dozen museums and San Diego Zoo. There are almost 20 different gardens to explore in the park, including a recreation of the Alcazar Gardens of Seville.

San Diego’s relationship with the sea is documented at the Maritime Museum and the Navy Pier. From Broadway Pier, ferries head to the island of Coronado. The Birch Aquarium plays an important role in marine research. SeaWorld has been entertaining visitors since 1964.

Mission Beach is a laid back hangout; neighboring Pacific Beach is more of a party destination. Further up the coast is La Jolla, characterized by pristine coastline and picturesque streets.

San Diego has ample family-friendly attractions including Legoland, and the historic Belmont Park. The area of Point Loma looks out over splendid vistas of the city.

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