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Old-Town

Old Town

Old Town San Diego is the place to go for some San Diego history. This area is accessible by trolley (Green Line) and has a wide range of shops, food, and entertainment.

Seaport Village

Seaport Village

Located at the edge of downtown, on the San Diego Bay, Seaport Village is a walkable area full of restaurants, shops, and views of Coronado Island. Seaport Village is also home to the USS Midway Museum and “Kiss” Statue. This area is accessible by the San Diego Trolley (Green Line.)

North Park

North Park

North Park is a neighborhood overflowing with restaurants, bars, craft beer, and boutiques. If you are looking for good food and beer, this is where you may want to spend your evenings. North Park was recently named one of “America’s Hippest Hipster Neighborhoods” by Forbes Magazine. This neighborhood is not accessible by the San Diego Trolley, but an Uber from Mission Valley will run about $12.

Gaslamp

Gaslamp

The Historic Gaslamp Quarter is located in Downtown San Diego. This is where you will find a huge selection of restaurants, bars, shopping, and many other attractions. This is one of the nightlife centers of San Diego. This area is accessible by all trolley lines.

Coronado

Coronado

Coronado is a short Ferry ride across the bay where you will find restaurants with beautiful views of the San Diego city skyline. This island has a small town beach feel and is a bit more relaxed.