San Diego Tourism & Travel
Located in the southern coastal region of the state of California, San Diego is the second largest city in California and the eighth largest city in the United States. Named “America’s Finest City” it is renowned for its beautiful year round climate (average daily temperature 70.5 degrees Fahrenheit/ 21.4 degrees Celsius), 70 miles of extraordinary beaches and an expansive variety of family friendly attractions, such as SeaWorld, and Legoland . Its wide array of activities to see and do make it a highly desirable tourist destination for guests of all ages from all over the world.
San Diego is also known for its unique art and culture. Balboa Park, the largest urban cultural park in the United States, has 15 diverse museums, gorgeous gardens, and the Tony award winning Old Globe Theatre. It is also home to the World Famous San Diego Zoo, which contains over 4,000 animals displayed in natural settings. Art and culture can also be appreciated at the La Jolla Playhouse, winner of twelve San Diego Theatre Critics Circle Awards.
San Diego’s 6,400 eating establishments contribute to San Diego’s reputation as a desirable destination for distinctive culinary art talent. Whether it’s dining on the coast with sunset views overlooking the Pacific Ocean or downtown in the heart of the Gaslamp Quarter San Diego offers culinary delights to satisfy almost any palate.
San Diego offers activities to satisfy the most ardent sports enthusiast. It is home to the Padres professional baseball team and the Chargers professional football team. For those who enjoy golf, San Diego has over ninety courses to choose from.
San Diego offers a variety of lodging options . Resorts on the beach, high rise hotels in downtown or luxurious hotels in close proximity to La Jolla IVF are among the many options that exist.
San Diego has many economical and user friendly modes of transportation. Taxis, shuttles and car services are some of the ways to see the sites of America’s Finest City.