that opened in
Miles of coastline
WE’RE AN ACCLAIMED VACATION DESTINATION
San Diego ranked No. 6 in Travel + Leisure’s “America’s Favorite Cities” survey in December 2012, earning high marks
for visitor experience, dynamic nightlife, culinary offerings, and being a destination for all types of visitors throughout
the year. San Diego also rated as America’s No. 1 city for athletic/active people.
NEED HELP? WE’RE
HERE FOR YOU.
Drop by one of our two visitors centers.
International Visitor Information Center
1140 North Harbor Drive (in front of the B Street
Cruise Ship Terminal)
San Diego, CA 92101
619-236-1212 / Fx: 619-230-7084
June–September: 9 a.m.– 5 p.m., daily
October–May: 9 a.m.– 4 p.m., daily
that berth in
harbor per year
San Diego is composed of more than 100 unique
neighborhoods, each with its own distinct personality,
so you can find one that’s tailor-made for you.
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days per year.
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California Welcome Center Alpine
5005 Willows Road, Suite H110 (in the
Viejas Outlet Center)
Alpine, CA 91901
619-445-0180 / Fx: 619-445-0880
Monday–Saturday: 10 a.m.– 5 p.m.
Sunday: 11 a.m.– 4 p.m.
All visitors centers are closed on Thanksgiving,
Christmas, and New Year’s Day.
Hours are subject to change.
Discounted attraction and tour tickets available.
WE PUT OUR AIRPORT SUPER
CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN
Know those cities where you have to drop big bucks
on a cab and sit in traffic waiting to get to your hotel?
That’s not us. In San Diego, you can get from baggage
claim to downtown in about 10 minutes.
THE WEATHER, QUITE
With average daytime temps of 70 degrees Fahrenheit ( 21 degrees Celsius), mostly sunny conditions,
and low humidity and very little rain, San Diego has
the weather game nailed.
pected to attend
San Diego’s LGBT
the fourth largest
in the U.S.,
on July 13