Your ultimate guide for Things To Do in San Diego!

     

Thing To Do #57 The Crown City

Thing To Do #57 The Crown City

Coronado Island is the kind of place where you feel at home the moment you arrive. Situated just across the Big Bay from downtown San Diego, Coronado is known for the historic Hotel del Coronado and the distinctive San Diego-Coronado Bridge. Coronado offers much more: sparkling sand beaches, charming small-town (Continue reading)

Thing To Do #31 Coronado Sand Dunes

Thing To Do #31 Coronado Sand Dunes

Did you know that the Coronado’s sand dunes spell out a secret message? Sometime back in the 1980s, a city maintenance man who cleans up the beach sand with heavy equipment was trying to get rid of tons of seaweed washed on shore after a big storm. Having no place to dispose of it, he started piling sand over (Continue reading)

Champagne Brunch Cruise

Champagne Brunch Cruise

Sparkling waves and soft breezes set the mood for this relaxing mid-day tour, featuring free-flowing bubbly and unbeatable views of San Diego's sights. The Hornblower bay cruise includes a buffet stocked with classic American breakfast dishes, plus plenty of seasonal lunch entrées and richly decadent desserts. Our (Continue reading)

Thing To Do #83 Waterfront Shopping

Thing To Do #83 Waterfront Shopping

At Seaport Village near Downtown San Diego, shopping becomes an experience to delight all the senses! Located next to the San Diego Big Bay you’ll enjoy cool ocean breezes and a lovely view of the harbor, filled with sailboats and yachts. There are 50-plus diverse shops and galleries, 17 unique eateries and outdoor (Continue reading)

Thing To Do #79 Hidden Bridges

Thing To Do #79 Hidden Bridges

Quince Street Bridge There are approximately 300 bridges within city limits and architect enthusiasts are sure to enjoy the hunt for the hidden bridges. Two of the oldest are located in the Hillcrest and Bankers Hill neighborhoods. Built in 1905, the Quince Street trestle bridge is a pedestrian bridge, recently (Continue reading)

Thing To Do #46 Coronado Ferry

Thing To Do #46 Coronado Ferry

Taking the Coronado Ferry with Flagship Cruises & Events across the Big Bay is more than a mode of transportation—it’s a really cool experience! You’ll glide across calm Bay waters, as you smell the salty air and enjoy the incredible San Diego skyline views. The ferry drops you off at the Coronado Ferry (Continue reading)

Coronado Island

Coronado Island

History In 1886, Elisha Babcock and Hampton Story purchased the land that is now Coronado. After planting trees and irrigating the land, they were able to start selling plots for $500 to $1600 apiece. Eventually, these sales generated enough money to build a resort that would be “the talk of the Western (Continue reading)

Wedding Locations: Hotel Del Coronado

Wedding Locations: Hotel Del Coronado

The "number-one wedding destination in America" by the Travel Channel, the Hotel del Coronado provides a magical and picturesque backdrop for your special day. Whether you envision a celebration that's traditional or trend-setting, festive or formal, intimate or grand scale, in the ballroom, garden, or right on the (Continue reading)

Silver Strand State Beach

Silver Strand State Beach

Camping, clamming and shell collecting. San Diego's South Bay is a major seaport bustling with shipbuilders, naval traffic and international commerce. But out on the narrow seven mile spit of sand that protects San Diego Bay from the sea, you'll get the sensation of being far removed from civilization as you comb the (Continue reading)