From the San Diego International Airport:
Take a 10-minute cab ride downtown (about
$18), or the San Diego Metropolitan Transit
System’s Airport Flyer (Route 992) is $2.25
and free for kids under 5.
Amtrak’s Pacific Surfliner: This train runs
down the California coast, serving key
locations like Santa Barbara, Los Angeles,
Anaheim and San Diego.
Balboa Park Tram: This free tram accesses
the park’s museums and attractions. Park in
the Inspiration Point lot.
Coronado Ferry: Departs from terminals at
Broadway Pier and the convention center for
$4.25 each way, kids 3 and under free.
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MTS Buses: It’s $2.25 per ride, or an unlimited bus and trolley day pass for $5–$7.
Coaster: This train travels from downtown to Solana Beach, Encinitas, Carlsbad
Sprinter: Travel across inland North County
on this train.
San Diego Vintage Trolley: This restored
1946 beauty loops downtown with stops
at Santa Fe Depot, Seaport Village, the
Gaslamp and more.
San Diego Trolley: This light rail system
stops at points of interest all over town, seven
days a week, 5 a.m. to midnight.
A great way to
explore San Diego
is by bike or scooter.
You can cycle or scoot
along the boardwalks
in the coastal
explore the embarcadero,
breezy bayfront or
Balboa Park. Ride-
can be found all over
town. Look for the
black Bird bikes and
scooters and download
the app ( bird.co), or the
distinctive neon green of
LimeBike ( limebike.com),
which has bikes,
scooters and electric
bikes. Discover Bike
has 180 docking stations
throughout the city for
more foot-powered fun.