This bustling commercial district of Mission Valley, easily accessed from all of San Diego’s neighborhoods, is so much more than shopping malls (though it has its share of those, and they are stacked with fabulous shops and plenty of delicious eats). You’ll also find a bit of California history, well-designed golf links, skydiving (no airplane […]
Did you know that California’s Beach city is full of natural beauty, plenty of firsts and avocados? Check out these 20 fun facts about San Diego.
With sun-splashed beaches, scenic hiking trails, world-class museums, and unending eateries, enjoying the best of San Diego is a snap. More to the point, it doesn’t have to cost a penny. Some of the region’s best sights, most delicious bites, and finest cultural institutions are free or cheap. To boot, hotels all over town cater […]
Downtown San Diego, with its dramatic skyline of high rises juxtaposed with historic buildings and set on San Diego Bay and nearby Balboa Park, encompasses so many things about the region: art and architecture, nautical history and fishing fleets, world renowned beer and delicious eats. It would take a lifetime to fully explore. But downtown […]
San Diego takes wellness seriously. Whether you have an hour, a day or a week, our spa sanctuaries, holistic retreats and other health-focused hideaways will leave you relaxed, rejuvenated and recharged.
What’s new this winter in San Diego? San Diego’s food scene is an ever-expanding universe of endless delights. Here’s a sampling of the latest and greatest, to help you get a taste of everything novel, delicious, and exciting. Time to get out there and sample the new and now.
San Diego and Tijuana have always defined and strengthened one another. Mexican culture is woven into the very fabric of San Diego, seen, heard, and tasted everywhere from art galleries and taco shops to breweries, bars, and boutiques. There are infinite ways to experience and understand it, but these are among the richest, most delicious […]
This is where it all began—not just the city of San Diego but the modern history of what we know as California. On the hill just behind Old Town, the Spanish built the first mission in what is today the Golden State. By the mid-1800s, Old Town was as happening as anywhere in the West. […]
What’s New This Fall in San Diego?
The year was 1969 when San Diego’s minor league team was accepted as an expansion squad in the majors. Decked out in yellow and brown jerseys, the team, named for the Franciscan friars who founded the city 200 years earlier, came out swinging. The half-century since then has seen 14 players who at one time […]