San Diego
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  • GPS Talking Tour Cars: Downtown & Balboa Park

    1. GPS Talking Tour Cars: Downtown & Balboa Park

    This is the essential San Diego tour. You will see almost all of the greatest sights San Diego has to offer, like the visually stunning Balboa park which is littered with Spanish Renaissance inspired architecture. Pass by over a dozen museums, colorful flower gardens, and world renowned outdoor organ pavilion all the way to the always happening Hillcrest, which has a great variety of shops and restaurants. Hillcrest is known to have some of the best food in the county. But best of all you will also get to see Downtown San Diego at its finest, from the Maritime Museum, to the Historic Gaslamp Quarter. Downtown San Diego is one of the best places in the world for its diversity, and visual appeal. Don’t miss the best places San Diego has to offer on this tour.

    Fun. You had to move to keep the time slot so don't think you can stop for long along the way. We went to places that we would not have seen on our own so this made it a good value. Be sure to carry the printed map as the GPS screen cannot be seen in the daylight! We are seniors and did very well, though challenged at getting out of the scooter. Best to wear a baseball hat with visor and sunglasses under the helmet. The sun is bright!

  • San Diego: Go City Explorer Pass - choose 2-7 attractions

    2. San Diego: Go City Explorer Pass - choose 2-7 attractions

    Experience San Diego's top attractions and tours and get up to 55% off admission with Go City's Explorer Pass. You have the flexibility to choose between 2, 3, 4, 5, or 7 top attractions from over 40 options.  Decide what you feel like doing on the day, so you don't even need to plan in advance. Visit the world-famous San Diego Zoo or the USS Midway Museum. Explore more of San Diego with a Hop-on, Hop-off trolley tour, or kayak and snorkel in beautiful La Jolla. The possibilities are endless. Your pass is fully digital and no physical card is required. Simply download your pass directly to your smartphone or print at home. Show your pass at each attraction for quick and easy entrance. Tours & Attractions Included with the Go San Diego Explorer Pass: Top Attractions & Museums: • San Diego Zoo OR San Diego Zoo Safari Park (choose 1) • USS Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum • Belmont Par...

  • San Diego: Old Town Tales, Tacos, and Tequila

    3. San Diego: Old Town Tales, Tacos, and Tequila

    As the birthplace of California, Old Town San Diego has seen its fair share of history. Today, it’s also widely regarded for its restaurants, margaritas, and souvenir shops. Start your exploration at the Adobe Chapel which served both as a home and church in the 19th century. Then, you'll be treated to handmade tortillas, a world-famous dish that dates back to before Columbus landed in North America. After that, continue the tour and see one of the oldest brick buildings in Southern California, best known for its haunting ghost stories. Marvel at the wonderful examples of Victorian architecture, including San Diego's first Synagogue. The nourishment from the tortillas will be handy as you'll start a brief hike to the original European settlement on the West Coast of the U.S. You'll see the outline of some of the 18th-century structures and learn about the history of indigenous people ...

    This tour is a must when you visit San Diego. Patti was very knowledgeable of Old Town, tequila and tortillas/tacos. Her knowledge of Old Town was jaw dropping. She even knew flowers and plants. I really enjoyed the conversations about Old Town's history of the building and locations not on the tour; which we pointed out and asked questions about. The tacos were delicious and the tequila was a lesson by itself.

  • San Diego GoCar Tour: Early Bird Special

    4. San Diego GoCar Tour: Early Bird Special

    Enjoy a tour driving a GoCar, that will take you off the beaten path through many of San Diego’s iconic parks like the Balboa Park and Petco Park on the way to Hillcrest and back.   Snap some amazing photos along the Pacific Ocean and see San Diego up close. You can even park and take a stroll if you choose. On the way back explore the boutique shopping districts of Hillcrest. This tour is approximately two hours of driving time at a slow pace and has several fun, informative detours and stop options along the way.  If you want to extend the tour you have the option of taking the Oldtown loop at the end of the tour.

    The value was great and we really enjoyed zooming through the city in our GoCar. We learned so much about the history of San Diego and made plenty of stops to take pictures and see the sights. The only thing we weren't too happy with is that the address in the booking details, led us to a parking garage and was inaccurate. We called the location and the instructor was very apologetic and helped us find the right location. He was nice enough to give us a little extra time because of the mishap.

  • San Diego: Self-Guided Scooter Tour of Downtown & Balboa

    5. San Diego: Self-Guided Scooter Tour of Downtown & Balboa

    Pick up your scooter at the rental location and hit the road after a brief tutorial. Begin your tour by riding down the streets of Little Italy. If you feel like, stop into a restaurant and grab a quick slice of pizza. It’s your self-guided tour, and you set the pace. Feel the cool ocean breezes as you check out the schooners, steam tugs, and paddle wheel boats that make up the by the Maritime Museum. See the USS Midway, a massive decommissioned aircraft that’s docked in the San Diego Bay.  Cruise through the Seaport Village, a buzzing entertainment and shopping area that connects the harbor to the city’s downtown. Pick out where you’re going to party once it gets dark as you explore the Horton Plaza Historic Gaslamp Quarter, the epicenter of San Diego’s nightlife. Admire the architecturally magnificent Petco Park, the home of San Diego’s baseball team the Padre’s. Enjoy going down the ...

    Lots of fun!!! Take sunscreen and enjoy your time!!!! A great way to see San Diego!!

  • The Gaslamp Segway® Tour of San Diego

    6. The Gaslamp Segway® Tour of San Diego

    Get the perfect overview of San Diego’s landmarks and history on this 2-hour Segway tour. From downtown, through the Gaslamp Quarter to the Embarcadero and waterfront, we cover the main sights of the first city in California. The Gaslamp Segway® Tour is a great introduction to San Diego. The Gaslamp district is where we started our business, and gives this tour its name. Get to know the historic heart of San Diego and see what makes the Gaslamp District home to the city’s most exciting events and nightlife, but there’s more to the tour than this charming quarter. Take in the impressive San Diego The Convention Center and breathe in Pacific air at the Seaport Pier. Enjoy a beautiful San Diego skyline view, see the USS San Diego Memorial and USS Midway on the water, check out the urban tree exhibit and Inez Parker Rose Garden, and much more! Explore San Diego by Segway to experience th...

  • San Diego: Private Walking Tour with USS Midway Tickets

    7. San Diego: Private Walking Tour with USS Midway Tickets

    Explore San Diego with its beautiful sun-soaked beaches and fascinating cultural heritage. Take a walk with an expert guide to Santa Fe Depot, US Grant Hotel, Gaslamp Quarter, Petco Park, Seaport Village, and USS Midway Museum. Begin the walking tour at the Santa Fe Depot, an elegant railroad station built for the 1915 Panama-California Exposition. Renowned for its soaring towers and tiled domes, this reminder of California's Spanish heritage reflects the Colonial Revival architectural style. Admire the redwood beam ceilings hung with bronze chandeliers. Learn about the history of the indigenous Kumeyaay peoples and Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo's claim of San Diego Bay's discovery, some 200 years before Europeans settled the area. Head to your next stop, the US Grant Hotel, a building of Art Deco glamor that has welcomed guests for over 100 years. Famed as a Prohibition-era speakeasy, the ...

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What people are saying about San Diego

Fun. You had to move to keep the time slot so don't think you can stop for long along the way. We went to places that we would not have seen on our own so this made it a good value. Be sure to carry the printed map as the GPS screen cannot be seen in the daylight! We are seniors and did very well, though challenged at getting out of the scooter. Best to wear a baseball hat with visor and sunglasses under the helmet. The sun is bright!

This tour is a must when you visit San Diego. Patti was very knowledgeable of Old Town, tequila and tortillas/tacos. Her knowledge of Old Town was jaw dropping. She even knew flowers and plants. I really enjoyed the conversations about Old Town's history of the building and locations not on the tour; which we pointed out and asked questions about. The tacos were delicious and the tequila was a lesson by itself.

Brooke was a fantastic tour guide. We enjoyed the tour very much and her company as well.

Lots of fun!!! Take sunscreen and enjoy your time!!!! A great way to see San Diego!!

Excellent tour guide with fabulous machines

Drew was courteous, informed and took great care of my family