Waterfront Park’s 12-acre open space right on the harbor features reflective pools, interactive spray fountains, a futuristic children’s playground, colorful sculptures, and large grass lawns for playing and picnicking. And close by, you’ll find Seaport Village, which plays host to more than 70 shops, restaurants and galleries. You’ll also discover incredible views of Coronado Island, a timeless oasis of fashion boutiques and old-fashioned eateries, biking trails, beaches, and the legendary Hotel del Coronado.
Considered the oldest neighborhood in San Diego, this 230-acre expanse has a lot to boast about – from bars to boutiques and everything in between. Close to 30 restaurants call this stretch of the city home, including standout Mexican eats. There’s a lot of history, too. Visitors can explore 35 historic sites and museums, and at the end of the day, head back to one of the many unique hotels in the neighborhood.