No holiday in the Golden State is the best that it can be without a trip to San Diego. The “Birthplace of California” is home to numerous attractions and places to visit, but you won’t be able to see them all via public transportation or taxi. See every inch of America’s Finest City with a cheap San Diego. If you’re traveling to San Diego with children between the ages of 2 and 12, Legoland is a definite must-do. The 128-acre family theme park opened in 1999 and is primed for making memories, whether or not your kid is obsessed with the popular Danish bricks. Legoland has 60 exciting rides, plus engaging themed zones, wonderful shows, and worthwhile shops—not to mention thousands of Lego models created from millions of colorful bricks. Highlights include the Legoland Water Park (bring bathing suits!), the Star Wars mini land, Sea Life Aquarium, Ninjago World and its interactive ride, and Deep Sea Adventure, a new submarine ride complete with live sharks and stingrays. Stay at the original Legoland Hotel or the brand-new Legoland Castle Hotel, with its three themed floors and ocean views.
Flagship Harbor Cruises are the most beautiful way to enjoy the best of San Diego. Take in the sights, sounds and stories of the bay on a relaxing cruise with a unique perspective on San Diego that you can only get from the water. Your professional guide will share entertaining facts and history that helped to shape our city’s distinctive waterfront. Our luxury ships feature three levels with comfortable indoor and outdoor seating, 360-degree views, and an on-board bar serving snacks, sodas, beer and wine. Each of our 1-hour North Harbor and South Harbor tours provides up-close access to scenic waterfront architecture, military crafts, historical landmarks, natural sea life and spectacular photo opportunities. Can’t decide? You don’t have to. Choose the 2-hour combined tour for just a few dollars more and see it all!
A small island town in San Diego Bay, Coronado is known for its fascinating beginnings, its idyllic setting and of course, its beautiful beach resorts. The founders of Coronado Island were visionaries, building an entire community around the idea of drawing tourists from around the globe. They did it knowing that people from all walks of life would come. They would come to soak in the San Diego sun and to see the stunning sights of the San Diego Bay. And they couldn’t have been more correct. Throughout its more than 120-year history, millions of visitors have traveled to Coronado to enjoy the waterfront ambiance, dine at the fabulous restaurants, shop at the upscale boutiques and view the many historic buildings. They also came to be spoiled by the lavish amenities of the world-Famous Hotel del Coronado.
Throughout the nation, Little Italy neighborhoods symbolize the tremendous contribution that Italians have made to the culture and history of the United States. Covering a gorgeous and walkable 48-square-block area of northwest downtown San Diego, this ethnic enclave is the largest of its kind in the country. Hosting several festivals throughout the year, the neighborhood boasts street-side cafes, art galleries and a beautiful urban park.
Hertz Car Hire is the car rental company with highest customers’ rank in San Diego Airport with a rating average score of 9/10, based on 2000+ customer reviews. The cheapest vehicle from Hertz Car Hire is Nissan Versa of Compact car rental class for $62.48 per day. Extra details at Car Rental San Diego Airport.
If you want to save some money, select the same pick-up and drop-off time. Car rental companies take money for a full day of rental, so if you take a car for 25 hours, you will pay for 48 hours (two full days) of rental, and 74 hours will stand for 96 hours (four full days) of rentals.