Trolley Along Harbor Drive

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Photo Credit : Kat Woronowicz/Zuma Press

The San Diego Trolley runs along Harbor Drive in the downtown area. Trolleys also travel to Qualcomm Stadium, PETCO Ballpark, and the international border with Mexico.

 

Casa Del Prado

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Photo via segwaytoursandiego

Since its reopening in 1971, the Casa del Prado, which was built in 1915, has hosted floral exhibits, concerts, and theatrical performances.

 

Cigar Store, Racine & Laramie

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Photo Credit : QT Luong/Terragalleria.com

An attendant shows cigars at Racine & Laramie, reported to be the first cigar store in San Diego when it opened in 1869.

 

Gaslamp Quarter

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Photo Credit : QT Luong/Terragalleria.com

History and urban cool collide in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter, a 16-block area of shops, restaurants, and nightlife.

 

U.S.S. Midway

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Photo Credit : QT Luong/Terragalleria.com

The U.S.S. Midway, an aircraft carrier that served in the Navy from World War II until the Gulf War, is now a museum on the Navy Pier. Visitors can tour the ship and its restored planes and helicopters.

 

Horton Plaza

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Photo Credit : QT Luong/Terragalleria.com

Horton Plaza, a shopping mall with an unusual whimsical architecture, jump-started the Gaslamp Quarter renaissance in the 1980s.

 

Silverman

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Photo Credit : John Gastaldo/San Diego Union Tribune/Zuma Press

Performance artist Dash MacTavish, known as the San Diego Silverman, entertains passersby on the Embarcadero.

 

PETCO Park

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Photo Credit : K.C. Alfred/San Diego Union Tribune/Zuma Press

Thunderclouds move in as the sun sets during a game at PETCO Park. The home of the San Diego Padres seats 42,445 fans.

 

Boutique Pearl Hotel

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Photo Credit : Charlie Neuman/San Diego Union Tribune/Zuma Press

Located in historic Point Loma near downtown San Diego, the boutique Pearl Hotel features an outside dining area near the pool.

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Escaramuzas Golondrinas

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Photo Credit : Earnie Grafton/San Diego Union Tribune/Zuma Press

The Escaramuzas Golondrinas, a female equestrian group, practice at the Seeley Stables in preparation for Cinco de Mayo celebrations.

 

This feature originally appeared in National Geographic.

 


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