Doing the San Diego Harbor

Doing the San Diego Harbor, San Diego, California (B)

Doing the San Diego Harbor is really fun. One of my favorite things to do is pick someone up from the San Diego airport (or drop them off!). Especially if I have nothing scheduled immediately afterwards. The San Diego airport is very close to downtown San Diego and its beautiful harbor, and I love any excuse to hang out there. If my kids or my mother are flying in, it’s a tradition to take them to Anthony’s Fishette for fish & chips or clam chowder. There’s so much to do and see along the downtown San Diego harbor. Here, let me just show you!

The best way to see the harbor is walking. But if you have a car, I suggest driving to Spanish Landing and Harbor Island first.

At Spanish Landing, there’s the Spanish Landing Park and the Cancer Survivors Park, and both are directly across from the entrance of the San Diego International Airport. In fact, if you have a long layover, this would be a perfect place to hang out. There’s lots of free parking and great views of the water and marinas. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Doing the San Diego Harbor
Guide Location: USA » San Diego
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Tamara Wilcox
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Spanish Landing
  • Cancer Survivors Park
  • Harbor Island
  • Tom Ham's Lighthouse
  • Island Prime
  • C-Level
  • Coasterra
  • free parking spaces
  • Waterfront Park
  • Maritime Museum
  • Star of India
  • Star of the Sea
  • Anthony's Fish Grotto
  • Anthony's Fishette
  • B Street Cruise Terminal
  • Broadway Pier
  • Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum
  • Tuna Harbor Park
  • G Street Pier
  • Seaport Village
  • Embarcadero Park
  • Santa Fe Train station

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