San Diego, CA (PRWEB) April 20, 2013
San Diego is one of the top destinations in the summer months, and whether visitors are escaping the stifling temperatures common in other parts of the country or simply wish to take advantage of the best the area has to offer, there is something for everyone. One great way to save both money and time is to purchase a Go San Diego Card. This card has a partnership with many of the top attractions in San Diego, and lets visitors save around 55 percent on these landmarks.
The top San Diego attractions range from beaches to zoos to sporting events, and are definitely not to be missed. Here are Sandiego.com’s picks for the can’t miss attractions in America’s Finest City for Summer 2013.
1.) San Diego Zoo:
Bask in the gorgeous summer San Diego weather during a trip to the San Diego Zoo. There is a reason why this San Diego landmark has been dubbed the “world-famous” zoo so come see for yourself. All of the cuddly pandas and other zoo favorites are out of hibernation and enjoying the sunshine as much as locals and visitors during the warm summer months. Go for an informative ride on the bus tour, which is a great way to give feet a rest, see some of the most beloved animals and soak up trivia about the zoo this summer in San Diego. On a particularly warm day, visitors can cool off by paying a visit to the polar bears in the chilly Polar Bear plunge, or witness some reindeers grazing in their arctic habitat behind the exhibit.
2.) Baseball Game at Petco Park:
Summer months are when the baseball season starts to intensify all over the country, and attending a baseball game at state-of-the-art Petco Park is a wonderful way to spend a summer afternoon or evening in San Diego. This ballpark opened up in 2004 and has quickly shot up the list of the most desirable stadiums in the U.S. - with breathtaking views of the San Diego harbor, the Coronado bridge and the city skyline that even non-baseball fans will love seeing. Cheer on the Padres or another favorite MLB team at one of the games, and be sure to leave room on the itinerary for time to explore the Gaslamp District, San Diego’s lively neighborhood with some of the best nightlife, culinary delights and luxurious San Diego hotels.
3.) La Jolla Shores:
No list of San Diego summer attractions would be complete without at least one beach to check out. Locals and tourists alike flock to the San Diego shore side in the summer to take advantage of the area’s natural beauty and La Jolla Shores is one of the most popular local beaches. La Jolla Shores is known for its stunning scenery, rugged cliffs and refreshing Pacific Ocean waters that are perfect for a dip. After visitors have had their fill of the beach, they can go for a stroll and discover what La Jolla, a charming coastal community, has to offer. Stop for a meal at one of the delicious San Diego restaurants in the area and try to score a table overlooking “the Cove.”
With San Diego’s incredible natural beauty of contrasts and an extensive variety of exciting and fun attractions to explore, it is easy to see why America’s Finest City is usually a top Summer destination. Summer 2013 surely won’t be an exception, so pack a suitcase and some sunblock and get ready for a memorable time in San Diego this summer.
This article was written by Arielle Hansen, a San Diego local who grew up appreciating all that America’s Finest City has to offer. Arielle is knowledgeable about San Diego neighborhoods, beaches, hotels, museums, and many other main attractions of her hometown.