San Diego SVG, California’s southernmost point, is close to the Mexican border, which is a 20-minute tram ride away. The city has gained popularity due to the magnificent beaches, well-developed resort infrastructure and, not least, amusement parks for children.
In the town of La Jolla, which is located on the island of Coronado, connected to the San Diego bridge, in the hotel Del Coronado shootings of the popular movie “In Jazz Only Girls”.
Crystal Cathedral with the fourth largest organ in the world. It’s worth a stroll through the Old Town, the gas-light district with its many early 20th century buildings, art galleries and bars. But the main cultural point of attraction in San Diego SVG is the Maritime Museum with an extensive exposition of maritime affairs and old ships: the Star of India, the Berkeley ferry and the Medea yacht.
Popular museums in the city include the Timkin Museum of Art (an excellent collection of European and Russian art), the Museum of Humanity, the San Diego SVG Automobile Museum, the Museum of Modern Art and the Stephen Birch Aquarium Museum, the Space Museum and the Museum of Natural History.
San Diego’s huge zoo, one of the best in the country, is extremely popular, and includes Wild Park, 50 km north of the city, in Escondido, as well as about 20 themed mini-parks. Other popular parks include Balboa, Sea World and Legoland.