With its great weather, miles of sandy beaches, and major attractions, San Diego is known worldwide as one of the best tourist destinations.
The San Diego Tourism Authority is the official travel resource for the San Diego region such as maps and directions, visitor safety tips, where to stay, what to do and how to get around.
International, and commercial air service for the region is provided by the San Diego International Airport.
The San Diego Historical Society connects the past to the future so all generations will understand and appreciate the richness of San Diego's regional history.
The Gaslamp Quarter is Southern California's premier dining, shopping and entertainment district, where you'll find a truly eclectic blend of food, fun and culture all within one of San Diego's most historic areas.
At the world-famous San Diego Zoo, you will see some of the world's rarest wildlife including giant pandas (and Hua Mei, the only panda cub in the U.S.), and koalas.
QUALCOMM Stadium accommodates a variety of events, including major league sports and concerts.
OTIS - The Online Transit Information System lets you find out how to get around San Diego using the Metropolitan Transit System's buses, trolleys, or trains.
A visit to the San Diego Zoo Safari Park is like a safari to many of the world's most exotic places.
World-renowned Balboa Park is home to fifteen museums, various arts and international culture associations, as well as the San Diego Zoo, making it one of the nation's largest cultural and entertainment complexes.
SeaWorld San Diego: To entertain, amaze and educate, creating memories that last a lifetime. SeaWorld has hosted more than 100 million guests since opening in 1964.