Walking Tours In San Diego
If you’re visiting San Diego, you’ll realize that it is a city that offers so much to see and do. A great way to explore what this place has to offer is by going on one of the many walking tours that are available. Here are some great San Diego walking tours.
The Gaslamp Quarter is a historical area that is filled with unique boutiques, trendy bars and restaurants offering various cuisines. While this is a fantastic area to simply walk around and enjoy on your own, if you are interested in learning more about the history of the Gaslamp District consider going on the Historical Gaslamp walking tour offered by the Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation. The tour begins with a stop at the Davis-Horton House, which was built in 1850. After that, you will see architecturally significant buildings from various time periods and more. If you are interested in this tour, it occurs every Saturday at 11am. The tour takes under two hours and usually runs for an hour and a half. For ticket information, visit gaslampfoundation.org
For a tour that will satisfy your taste buds, sign up for the Bite San Diego Liberty Station Food & Walking Tour. During this food and walking tour, you’ll get to explore different areas of Liberty Station and the adjoining Liberty Public Market. Years ago, the Liberty Station was the site of San Diego’s oldest military base and Naval Training Center. While Liberty Station is no longer an active naval base, the area is now filled with dozens of art studios, restaurants, green spaces and more. While you’re there, try out some artisan cheeses, drink organic cold-pressed juice, and grab some tater tots for later – and that’s just to start things off! The Liberty Station Walking Food Tour is for those 16 and over. The tour takes place on Saturday(s) and lasts from 2pm-5:30pm. For more information, contact email@example.com