How to see the best of San Diego in Only 7 days

October 12, 2018
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If you’re looking for San Diego events for 7 days, an extended stay san diego might be a good option. Whether you stay for a week or more, there’s always something to do in this great city. If you do happen to be here for 7 days, check out this brief guide for your stay!

Day#1: The San Diego Zoo

On your first day of visiting San Diego, how about visiting one of the most well known zoos in the country. In fact, San Diego Zoo and Safari Park has also been voted as one of the best zoos in the entire world! Come and discover all that this zoo has to offer.

Day#2: Seaport Village

Stop by this waterfront locale and walk around the area for FREE. There’s plenty of shops and eateries to stop in and out so you’ll be sure to find the perfect souvenir here. Be sure to spend time walking along the water for beautiful views.

Day#4: Balboa Park and the San Diego Natural History Museum

A trip to TheNAT, as the locals call it, is a great activity for the whole family. With engaging exhibits, an impressive collection of dinosaur fossils and more, there’s something here for everyone. The museum is located in Balboa Park, the cultural hub of the city. There are a number of museums located in the park as well as botanical gardens.

Day#5: USS Midway Museum

San Diego has a rich history including a history of military presence. The USS Midway Museum  is a great place to learn more about the history of the Navy in San Diego as well as the impressive history of the USS Midway and its battles during WWII.

Day#6: Coronado Bike & Kayak Rentals

Take a break from the museums and head to the beautiful Coronado beach. While it’s a great beach to lay out and soak up the sun, it’s also a great place for biking, kayaking and paddle boarding with plenty of rental stores to help provide you with the equipment you need.

Day#7: Old Town San Diego

The Old Town area of San Diego is a fun place to learn more about the early history of the city from the native people, to Spanish settlers to the later immigrants who moved into the area. You’ll also be able to enjoy authentic Mexican food and hand made tortillas! Be sure to come hungry.