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San Diego’s sunny weather is reflected in its residents’ positive outlooks on life—something you’ll immediately pick up on when you touch down in America’s self-confessed “finest city.” Whether you want to relax on a sun lounger on the city’s pristine beaches or join in the vibrant scene in the hip restaurants, bars, and bistros, San Diego is a great vacation spot. The combination of a laidback, urban vibe and a colorful entertainment scene will really make your time in San Diego unforgettable.

Things to see in San Diego

Make the most of the warm weather and head to Balboa Park. Pick up a picnic from a local deli and eat it at your leisure in the manicured gardens before heading to some of the attractions within the park. Art lovers will enjoy the regular demonstrations at the Spanish Village Art Center in the center of the park. The center is made up of various studios and galleries, showcasing local painters, metalsmiths, photographers, and glass artists. Nearby, you’ll find a Japanese Friendship Garden, complete with a traditional koi carp pond, ceremonial gate, and bonsai exhibition. Join a walking tour to get the most out of this beautiful space. Another of Balboa Park’s unmissable attractions is its charming carousel. Dating back to 1910, this colorful ride still enchants both kids and grown-ups with its tinkling melodies and cute horses. Elsewhere in San Diego, the USS Midway Aircraft Carrier is open to the public as a museum.

4-star hotels in San Diego

You’ll find a mix of 4-star hotels in San Diego, including large chains as well as smaller, independent hotels offering a personal service and welcoming atmosphere. Most of San Diego’s 4-star hotels offer the usual amenities that you will expect: en-suite rooms, 24-hour reception desk, and a buffet breakfast. Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, San Diego’s upscale hotels offer the perfect place to relax—with onsite restaurants and hotel bars generally available so you don’t have to go far in the evenings. Most of San Diego’s 4-star hotels can also arrange transport to and from the airport.

Where to stay in San Diego

If you want to be around some of the city’s best restaurants, book a hotel in Little Italy. Once the home of Italian migrants, there are now first-class Italian restaurants all across this district. The area’s weekly Friday market is not to be missed. South of Little Italy, you can find many 4-star hotels in San Diego’s Core District. Staying here will put you only a stone’s throw from excellent transport links as well as a vibrant theater scene. For shopping, Horton Plaza and the Gaslamp District are home to large shopping malls and smaller chic boutiques.

How to get to San Diego

Most people who travel to San Diego fly into San Diego International Airport, also known as Lindbergh Fields. The airport is served by major airlines and is convenient for getting to Downtown, which is only a 10-minute drive away. Jumping in a cab is one of the quickest ways to get into the city. There are also plenty of car rental desks if you want to organize private transport for your San Diego vacation. Once you are in the city, it’s easy to get around by cab, and parking is easy to find if you are self-driving.

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