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What Makes San Diego Worth Visiting?

Millions visit the coastal metropolis of San Diego each year. Guests find the year-round sunny skies, warm temperatures, and soft sandy beaches appealing. However, the city has much more to offer, including rich local history, stunning landscapes, and international cuisine options. Many activities and points of interest make San Diego worthy of a visit. Here are just a few, brought to you by the people who know the city best, the friendly team at Sunrise Inn San Diego, one of the top budget-friendly San Diego hotels.

Explore Historical Topics

Native Americans lived in the area for thousands of years before Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo arrived in 1542 and San Diego became the first of many European settlements. Venture to Old Town and tour the 17 museums in Balboa Park. The San Diego Museum of Us tells the story of local inhabitants while explaining how the birth of the state began with a fort and a mission in what is now San Diego. The San Diego Natural History Museum encompasses five floors, and exhibits cover flora, fauna, and human history along with ethnic cultural topics. Learn about the evolution of air and space travel at the San Diego Air & Space Museum. Explore water-based trade, transportation, and military history at the Maritime Museum of San Diego and the USS Midway aircraft carrier.

Enjoy Varied Landscapes

Both locals and guests staying in San Diego hotels enjoy being outdoors under the warmth of the California sun while engaging in a variety of activities. Black Mountain, Cowles Mountain, and Mount Soledad rise tall within the city limits, while the Cuyamaca and Laguna Mountains stand along San Diego’s eastern border, with the desert beyond. Canyons and valleys are found to the northeast and southeast. The San Diego River runs east and west to bisect the city. Hiking and mountain biking are popular, and the coastal and inland waters provide ideal opportunities for fishing, boating, kayaking, swimming, snorkeling, and stand-up paddleboarding.

Wine & Dine

San Diego is considered one of the “Best New Foodie Cities in America,” where chefs remain devoted to preparing meals using farm-to-table ingredients. The city has more than 200 restaurants where diners easily find everything from fast food to fine dining experiences in venues that serve virtually every ethnic cuisine under the sun. There are also in excess of 140 breweries and distilleries in addition to more than 100 wineries in the county from which to choose.

Become Immersed in the Arts

Art, culinary, film, musical, theatrical, and seasonal festivals are held throughout the year in San Diego. The city has two Tony Award–winning theaters and more than 150 stages that present regularly scheduled Broadway musicals, plays, and other live performances. The San Diego Museum of Art, the Tinker Museum of Art, and the Museum of Photographic Arts are just a few locations where art enthusiasts might gaze upon the works of past and present artists whose creations represent a wide selection of genres.

Get a head start on planning your San Diego vacation by reserving your room today at Sunrise Inn San Diego. If they’re looking for comfortable yet cheap hotels, San Diego visitors will be pleasantly surprised by our affordable rates as well as our spacious rooms, exquisite harbor views, and location close to the most popular tourist attractions in America’s Finest City. Call one of our friendly staff members today at (619) 223-5544.

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