San Diego is a beautiful place for tourists and can be visited any time of the year. It has a mild southern California climate, so you don’t have to worry about the temperature. San Diego is designed for all stuff of activities, meaning that tourists will never get bored. Due to its position, this place offers something for everyone, from party people to shoppers or beach lovers. Here is an overview of what you can visit in San Diego:
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For tourists who are looking for a place of relaxation, Coronado Island is the perfect destination. This interesting island community is connected to San Diego by the San Diego-Coronado Bridge. Here, travelers can ride a rental bike around the island, relax on the beach or visit the museum of History and Art. However, you must also check out the views of Sand Diego across the bay and the Hotel del Coronado, as its design is inspired from the Emerald City in The Wizard of Oz.
Cabrillo National Monument
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Cabrillo National Monument is situated at the top of Point Loma. This monument honors Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo, known as the Spanish explorer who landed in 1542 at San Diego Bay. He became the first European to set foot on the West Coast of what is called now the United States. Once you are here, you can hike the two-mile Bayside Trail or watch for Pacific Gray whales that swim by during the winter months. One of the trails leads to one of the first lighthouses on the West Coast.
USS Midway Museum
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The USS Midway Museum is situated on Embarcadero’s Navy Pier. This museum offers to its visitors the chance to explore one of the longest-serving aircraft carriers in the U.S. Navy. Imagine that from 1945 to 1992 approximately a quarter-million sailors served on the Midway. It was shut down in 1992 and since 2004, Midway became one of the main attractions in San Diego, receiving nearly one million visitors annually.
San Diego also offers outstanding Mexican food, surfing communities and you can breathe a nice and fresh ocean air in this lovely place. Have you ever been to USS Midway Museum?