Best things to do in San Diego “Old Town San Diego”

Best things to do in San Diego

There are plenty of great things to do in San Diego. Like eating out, shopping, and of course going to the beach. But, one of the best things to do in San Diego is just get down to the beach, and all are absolutely free to the public. Get in the water, body surf, boogie board or hang-ten. Or just play in the sand and collect sea shells.

Visit the wonderful downtown of San Diego’s sea port village. You can spend hours here window shopping just strolling about. Or just completely relax in the grass watching the many yachts and ships pass on by. If you get hungry stop by at one of the many bay side eateries

If you are looking for something a little different, head over to the century old town in the Cuvamaca Mountains. Take a step back in time and tour through this historic town. Pick up a free map and start your self guided tour of all the fascinating historic sites. Later you can enjoy a slice of homemade apple pie, which just happens to be a Julian staple.

If you are feeling a little more adventurous San Diego offers some of the greatest snorkeling and scuba diving in the us. La Jolla Cove offers some of the clearest waters you will be able to find and gives you an amazing opportunity to see some spectacular sea creatures along with miles of protected preserves to kick you fins through.

If you a get sick of the ocean, why not take a drive inland to the top of Mt. Soledad overlooking San Diego. Don’t forget your camera because the 360 degree panorama up here will leave you breathless. If you are looking for some more picturesque views you can also work your way up to Mt. Helix.

But while in San Diego you will have to eat some Mexican food. The Best Mexican Restaurant in Sand Diego has to be Fidel’s Little Mexico, this great 100% authentic Mexican restaurant is a must experience for any Mexican food lover. Original this was a restaurant to cater to the Mexican farm workers, so you know it is the real deal! Don’t go to the giant corporate fake Mexican food like El torito, or on the border. While in San Diego, you can get the real thing!

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