Book your trip to San Diego during the next two weeks and you can spend the warm Labor Day Weekend at the beach, savoring some of the best brews and burgers the city has to offer and enjoying outdoor art and music festivals, along with lots more awesome top things to do. When: Now –
Consistently ranked one of the top family destinations in America, San Diego boasts 70 miles of coastline, near-endless opportunities for outdoor fun, and vibrant cultural offerings for families to enjoy — either together or separately. Parents can relax at the spa, indulge in culinary delights or have some alone time while the kids create summer
San Diego Comic-Con International is an exhilarating explosion of cool happenings, amazing sights and happy surprises. Which means it’s a whole lot like San Diego itself. And as the Con returns to town for its first full edition since 2019, San Diego is bursting with brand-new things to see and do. So if you’re headed
Discover new attractions, exciting events, venues and restaurants to stay ‘cool’ as the San Diego summer heats up! Attractions and Events LEGOLAND CALIFORNIA Where: One Legoland Dr, Carlsbad, CA 92008The world’s first LEGO® Ferrari “Build and Race” interactive attraction opened in May at LEGOLAND® California. Featuring a life-size Ferrari F40 model developed by the LEGO®
As the weather heats up, you can cool down, chill out and splash around at one of San Diego’s year-round pools! Dive into a fun-filled day at these cool swimming pools with great views and the best of vibes. So many local pools offer a swimmingly good time — here are just a few of
San Diego is boochin’ with locally brewed, boozy kombucha! The world of ‘hard’ kombucha may just be getting started, but this community of better-for-you brews is thriving in San Diego. Hard kombucha is a fermented alcoholic beverage made with tea, probiotics, yeast and, of course, love, to mitigate hangovers and keep the good vibes going.
It’s only taken three decades, but “Top Gun: Maverick” – the sequel to that ‘80s movie megahit “Top Gun” — finally hits theaters on May 27. And if you’re a fan of the franchise and its deep San Diego links, you’ll feel a need to speed to these local sites that loom large in the
San Diego’s proximity to Mexico, its abundance of fresh ingredients, and the extension of the trolley’s Blue Line from the border in the south to La Jolla in the north have made the region a must-visit destination for trolley and taco lovers everywhere. With an adult day pass costing as little as $6 through the