From the San Diego International
Airport: Take a 10-minute cab ride
downtown ($18), or the San Diego
Metropolitan Transit System’s
Airport Flyer (Route 992) is $2.50
and free for kids under five.
San Diego Trolley: This light rail
system stops at points of interest
all over town, seven days a week, 5
a.m. to midnight.
San Diego Vintage Trolley: This
restored 1946 beauty loops downtown, with stops at Santa Fe Depot,
Seaport Village, the Gaslamp and
Balboa Park Tram: This free tram
delivers you to the park’s museums and attractions. Park in the
Inspiration Point lot.
MTS Buses: It’s $2.25 per ride, or the
unlimited bus and trolley day pass
is $7 plus a $2 Compass Card fee.
Coronado Ferry: Departs from terminals at Broadway Pier and the
convention center for $5 each way,
kids three and under free.
Coaster: This train travels from
downtown to Old Town, Solana
Beach, Encinitas, Carlsbad and
Sprinter: Travel across inland
North County on this comfortable
Amtrak’s Pacific Surfliner: This
train runs down the California
coast, serving key locations like
Santa Barbara, Los Angeles,
Anaheim and San Diego.
WELCOME TO Sa; Dieg;
FIVE ALTERNATIVE WAYS
TO SEE SAN DIEGO
Take a Segway tour with
Another Side of San Diego.*
Zip along the Embarcadero on
a Lime or Bird electric scooter.*
Take a GPS-guided cruise with
Cruise under the Coronado Bridge
on a WaveRunner or a Duffy electric
boat with Seaforth Boat Rentals.
*Please note that according to
California law, anyone under
18 must wear a helmet while
riding a bicycle or scooter.