Sites & Attractions

Out of the airport, you can relax into the lap of luxury with San Diego’s Van Service. Our entire system, from pick up to billing, is structured to be adaptable and reliable to fit the needs of professionals travelling alone or in groups. Using FAA satellite uplinks, we track your flight- so even if you are delayed, or even early to the airport, your transportation will be waiting for you.

Our drivers work by a three word mantra: prompt, safe and resourceful. They unwaveringly follow these guidelines to ensure you get the most out your trip in the San Diego area whether you are here on strictly business or want to turn your professional trip into a pleasure trip.

Below are some of the things you might want to check out while you’re in San Diego.

USS Midway Museum

Midway Museum Entrance

Visit the past and go for a sea adventure without leaving the port by taking a tour of the USS Midway Museum. You also get a glimpse into the life in the navy. This is one destination for everyone to enjoy. The rest of the ship is open for viewing. Don’t miss Midway Museum’s audio tour and flight simulator.

Balboa Park

Balboa Park

Take a tour of San Diego’s urban cultural park. Bask in natural vegetation, gardens and walking paths. Balboa Park offers a multitude of cultural andart-related activities. It contains museums, theaters, gift shops and restaurants from the Museum of Natural History to the Japanese Friendship Garden to the Houses of Hospitality to. Moreover, it contains the “World-Famous” San Diego Zoo.

The World Famous San Diego Zoo

Flamingo!

Take a stroll “Down Under” to witness the wonders of the Australian Outback or the serenity of Panda Canyon. Be sure to find any wildlife you desire in this 100 acre-park made up of jungles, savannas, and much more. Try out the unique opportunity of personally interacting with the animals and learning even more from the experts by having a zoo sleepover.

San Diego Safari Park

San Diego Zoo's Safari Park

Enjoy the wide-open space where zebras, giraffes, and lions roam free to together. If you want more adventure, try the zip line, jungle rope safari or go behind the scene by visiting the “keeper-only” areas.

 

SeaWorld

SeaWorld!

Visit San Diego with a splash at Sea World San Diego where you get to enjoy thrilling rides like its Shipwreck Rapids and Wild Arctic. Check out theShamu show featuring a family of orca whales, pet shows, otter and sea lion shows and many more. Get up-close with dolphins, penguins, polar bears and even sharks. Also don’t miss its mega attraction, Manta, an exhilarating ride on a coaster shaped like a giant manta ray where you can experience a thrilling 54-foot drop, a world of rays and so much more.

La Jolla Cove

Gorgeous La Jolla Cove

This is the place to be for kayaking, snorkeling and diving. Its calm waters provide a home for colorful garibaldi, yellowtail and even leopard sharks. If you are not so much into water activities, you can still take pleasure from the cove’s spectacular views of hidden curves and caves and its breathtaking ocean view.

Coronado

The Iconic Coronado Bridge

Visit San Diego’s affluent resort city. Coronado beach is hailed as the fifth best beach in America. Enjoy the beach, its shops and theaters. Delight in its restaurants known for their wide variety of delectable cuisine choices.Walk the halls of the infamous Hotel Del Coronado.

San Diego Convention Center

Convention Center Skyline

Home of Comic-Con International! Witness the exquisite architecture of San Diego Convention Center with its 615,700 sqft of exhibit space. Its main feature is a 90,000 sqft event area with a roof made of distinctive fiberglass sails, hence the name, Sails Pavilion. This feature is a mirror to San Diego’s maritime history. Another cool feature to see in the convention center is its inclined elevator that ascends alongside the center’s huge exterior staircase.

Seaport Village

Seaport Village Sign

If you want to go shopping and dining in San Diego,then this complex should be a part of your tour. Seaport Village offers 70 shops, galleries and eateries. This waterfront complex also features freestanding buildings that come in different styles from Victorian to Mexican. Seaport Village is just near San Diego Convention Center,along the San Diego Bay.

Birch Aquarium

Birch Aquarium

Take time to visit and experience Birch Aquarium at Scripps. Enjoy while learning from their variety of exhibits including Hall of Fishes, Shark Reef, Tide Pool Plaza, Coral Reef, There’s Something About Seahorses, Feeling the Heat: The Climate Change and Boundless Energy. This public outreach center for Scripps Institution of Oceanography houses more than 3,000 animals from over 380 species. Birch Aquarium’s hilltop site also gives you breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean.

Qualcomm Stadium

formerly Jack Murphy Stadium

Visit the home of the San Diego Chargers.Catch a game or simply view this multi-purpose medium that has hosted Super Bowl games, Major League All-Star games and other memorable sports event. Wednesday Nights there is also a Swap-Meet in the Parking lot here

Petco Park

Beautiful Petco Park

This open-air ballpark is found in downtown San Diego. This place is also a home to the San Diego Padres and other sporting events. You will fall in love with its chicretro-style. Petco Park is also recognized as the world’s best ballpark in America’s Finest City.

Stone Brewery

Inside Stone Brewery

Visit the largest craft-brewery in Southern California with two locations: one in North County and one at Liberty Station.Go see and tastea multitude of different beers when you visit Stone Brewing Company – a world-class Brewery.

Gaslamp District

Gaslamp at Twilight

The problem with Gaslamp district is there too much to choose from. Things open early, stay open late. You can grab a souvenir at midnight, grab breakfast before dawn and eat at 10 different restaurants in just one block. Jazz, blues, fine dining, great wine and interesting people pave the streets of the Gaslamp District. It is like a more dignified version of New Orleans with less riff-raff, more attractive people and better wine.