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Don’t know where to go during spring break?

Here’s a list of the most visited places in San Diego:

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•Balboa Park- includes historical buildings,
numerous museums, gardens, and a lot of
green space
•Gaslamp Quarter- an area of restored
late-19th- and early 20th-century Victorian
buildings. It is a trendy area with shops,
restaurants, and galleries, attracting locals and
tourists.
•Seaport Village- area of unique shops and
restaurants is one of the city’s must-sees. Has
picnic tables, benches, and waterfront patios
•Old Town State Historic Park- gives visitors a
look at the town’s Mexican and early
American history, and offers opportunities for
shopping and dining
•Point Loma and Cabrillo National
Monument- incredible view out over San
Diego and the Pacific Ocean. This is the place
where Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo first landed on
the west coast of the United States in 1542.
•Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum- visitors are
surprised when they come across one of the
US military’s largest ships

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