Visit These Unique and Interesting Communities:
Historic Heart of San Diego" A short walk from the Convention Center, find fine
restaurants, clubs, galleries and shops. Includes a "virtual" tour...Photos and
text help you plan your visit to San Diego's downtown area.
stores and restaurants covering 6 city blocks on 7 levels in an award winning mall.
Located near San Diego's historic Gaslamp District.
Valley -- The most extensive
collection of stores and restaurants in the entire region. Includes six
department stores and over 200 distinctive specialty shops. On-line shopping
is also possible.
50 shops and restaurants located along San Diego's sparkling bay. Near the San Diego
Old Town San Diego -- Where
San Diego and California began. "Discovered by the Spanish in 1542 -- settled in 1769
-- won by Mexico in 1821 -- won by the United States in 1848. The oldest building is
mud-brick and dates back to 1827. Old Town now is the home of numerous fine restaurants,
unique shops surrounded by history.....and GHOSTS!!!
Coronado -- Home of the
World famous Hotel Del Coronado. A short ferry ride or drive across the bridge. Many fine
restaurants, shops and attractions. A great view of San Diego bay and skyline.
Jolla -- San Diego's jewel by the sea. White
sandy beaches, upscale shopping, fine dining and a wide range of cultural
Beach -- "PB"
to its friends: just sand, surf and hanging out. Located South of La
Jolla & North of Mission beach.
-- Roller Coaster & Arcade; long white
beach; unique places to eat (and drink); surf shops and just about the best
people watching anywhere
La Mesa Village --
Cobblestone, tree-lined sidewalks take you back to the small town America of yesteryear.
Walk to antique shops restaurants & cafes.
Adams Avenue - 37 blocks of
antique shops, book stores, neighborhood cafés, restaurants and stores.
Home of the region's largest FREE Music
-- A central San Diego community, rich in history, working to preserve many fine
old buildings while improving the overall look of the central business district. Many
long-time and new shops and restaurants.
Universtiy Heights -- Located at the corner of Adams Avenue and Park Blvd. this old San
Diego neighborhood is full of unique bookstores, antiques shops and coffee houses. Go,
you'll be back.
Balboa Park -- Home of many fine museums, the world's largest outdoor organ, trains,
theatre, cafes, art, fountains, plants, flowers, trees and grass. Don't be disappointed,
buy your zoo, tour and show tickets on-line.
Hillcrest -- You
can find almost anything you want along the tree-lined streets of Hillcrest. Hillcrest is
practically at the geographic center of the city of San Diego. diversity, energy and style
mark this unique community, which mixes urban elegance with neighborhood charm.
-- El Cajon Boulevard, that is. Over
900 businesses comprise this linear community that runs east from Park Boulevard to 54th
Street. One of the best places in San Diego to cruise in your convertible, and just hang
out with friends.