History, food and fun are all within easy walking distance of the Old Town. Father Serra established the first mission here ... More
Old Town San Diego
History, food and fun are all within easy walking distance of the Old Town. Father Serra established the first mission here more than 225 years ago; Kit Carson helped to raise the first American flag in 1846. Now there are 37 restaurants and entertainment is abundant with artisans, dancers, galleries, hotels, mariachis, professional theatre and shops. Most restaurants and shops accept major credit cards. You can access this area from Interstate-5 by taking the Old Town Avenue exit, driving east and turning left on San Diego Avenue.
This adobe walled cemetery, now a restful stop for visitors of the bustling Old Town area, was first established in
1849 as a private burial place for then prominent San Diego elite. Since then, it has held the remains ...
The Holiday Inn Express San Diego Airport/Old Town is situated in an outstanding location in America's Finest City. The hotel
is located less than a mile from the San Diego International Airport and minutes away from the Convention Center, ...
San Diego Seal Tours offers tourists a chance to see San Diego from land and sea. San Diego Seal Tours
take place in hydra terra vehicles approved by the coast guard and begin at Seaport Village. An experienced tour ...