6 Reasons San Diego Is A Must Visit Destination

Michael Dehoyos
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Are you itching to plan your next adventure? No matter what you want to do, and what you want from a vacation, San Diego has it all. As California’s second largest city, you’ll be able to find everything you want to experience here. Here’s just a few reasons why you’ll want to check it out. San Diego 1

  1. So Many Gorgeous Beaches

As a coastal city, you have your pick of beaches ready and waiting for you in San Diego. There’s a beach for everyone here. The Pacific Beach is close by exciting nightlife spots, Ocean Beach is dog friendly, Black’s Beach is perfect for surfers. 

If you want a beach that has it all, take a look at Mission Beach. Here, you can take romantic strolls, enjoy relaxed bars, or play with the kids. If you’re interested in taking a long hike, you can even find beaches that are more secluded .

2. Excellent Weather All Year Round

One of the best things about San Diego is the weather. It’s sunny all year round, so no matter when you visit you’re going to have a good time. In the summer, you’ve got hot weather that isn’t oppressive, like you’d get with other inland Californian cities. Instead, you’ll see the temperatures reach around mid 70’s. 

“In the winter, you’ll get good weather with the temperatures reaching high 40’s or low 50’s” says Genna Davies, a lifestyle writer from 1 Day 2 Write and Write My X. “As such, it’s always the perfect vacation spot.”

3. The Best Place To Be Outdoors

Are you the kind of person that loves to be outdoors? Then San Diego is the place to be. There’s so many outdoor activities that are loved here by both residents and vacationers, and the sunny weather means you always have the best weather to enjoy them. 

For example, you can try out hiking, swimming, kayaking, sailing, hang gliding, camping, and so much more here. You can rent beach cruisers and ride along Pacific Beach during the day, or just simply dive into the water to have a good time. 

4. So Much History To Explore

Are you something of a history buff? If so, then you’ll lover San Diego. It’s considered to be the birthplace of California as we know it, as the first Spanish settlers landed in 1769. This was when Old Town San Diego was founded, although Native Americans had been living here a long time before then. 

There were 21 Californian missions built in San Diego, and now you’re able to tour them and learn all about the history of the city. You can also head to Balboa Park, where several buildings are still standing from the Panama California Exposition in 1915.

5.Take A Tour Of The Art Museums

One thing you may not know about San Diego is that it’s full of art and art museums, so if that’s your thing you’ll have an amazing time exploring them. For example, the Tinken Museum, the Museum of Photogenic Arts, the San Diego Museum of Arts, and the San Diego Art Institute are all here. 

That’s not all though, as there are so many independent museums in the area. “You’ll want to do your research, and see what’s near you when you’re visiting” says business writer Andrea Powell from Brit Student and Next Coursework. “For instance, there are a wealth of murals in the Chicano Park area.”

6. The Bar Scene

If you like a drink or two, you need to come to San Diego. They have over 125 breweries in the county, leading a wealth of local beers to enjoy while you’re here. It’s not all about beer though, as whiskey lovers can enjoy the Aero Club, which has hundreds of whiskeys behind the bar. If you prefer a cocktail, then you’ll find a huge range of bars and clubs that have extensive menus. 

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This is just scratching the surface of what makes San Diego great. Ready to start planning your next vacation or road trip? Then you’ll need to make a stop here. From history to art to beaches and bars, it has everything that you want in a trip. 

Michael Dehoyos is a travel writer and editor at Ph.D. Kingdom and Academic Brits. He assists companies in their marketing strategy concepts and contributes to numerous sites and publications. Also, he is a writer at Origin Writings.

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