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Seaport Village is a San Diego downtown destination for locals and visitors looking to enjoy some of San Diego's best views and entertainment.
Rent a motor scooter and tule around the harbor. Parks, Street vendors, shopping and good food
DescriptionSeaport Village is a waterfront shopping and dining complex adjacent to San Diego Bay in downtown San Diego, California. It is located at 849 West Harbor Drive, at the intersection of Harbor Drive and Kettner. It houses more than 70 shops, galleries, and eateries on 90,000 square feet of…
Wander about the restaurants and small shops or walk along the boardwalk by the water. Relaxing way to spend a few hours in the afternoon. Every now and then there are bands that play music in the food court area in the evening.
Seaport is great for the whole family, this area has shops and restaurants as well as easy parking in a pay-lot. Adjacent to “The Headquarters” (many restaurants with outdoor seating) as well as USS Midway Museum and park area, the Embarcadero and convention center. We love Edgewater Grill for…
A 14 acre waterfront shopping, dining and entertainment complex recreating a harbor side setting of a century ago. Includes 54 one of a kind shops, 13 casual dining eateries, 4 fine dining waterfront restaurants.
Beautiful views, recommended for a nice walk or a little picnic with the family. There are lots of cute shops and restaurants.
“I highly recommend taking a tour. They have an audio tour and group tours. The ship is vast with a very interesting history. It can take about two to three hours to see the whole thing.”
“Everyone visits the zoo when they are in town. It's one of the best in the world.”
Theme Park Ride / Attraction
“We love walking around historic Balboa Park. The San Diego Zoo is located there as well as many museums. It’s also just a great place to walk around, picnic, and enjoy San Diego weather. Grab beer or wine at Panama 66 and sit at their outdoor tables.”
“If you like to get a good view of the entire park, the scoreboard and downtown San Diego - and be a bit higher up to see all the action on the field - I would recommend the Toyota Terrace (second level). I favor the first base line - somewhere between home plate and just past first base. Sometimes I buy cheaper tickets and move around the stadium, enjoying different seats and views. You can also purchase 'park at the park' tickets and lie on the grass, just beyond the outfield. the views are obstructed, but it's a very enjoyable, relaxing scene.”