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Fort Rosecrans Cemetery
#1 of 112 Sights & Landmarks in San Diego
... to rest with unparalleled precision and placement along the expansive grassy knolls overlooking the vast Pacific Ocean, but for the sheer beauty of the views of both the San Diego Bay side and the Ocean side.
Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery in San Diego is the most breathtaking Cemetery in America, perfectly maintained, beautiful view, great atmosphere very friendly service
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Mt. Soledad National Veterans Memorial La Jolla
#1 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in La Jolla
Great views all the way to TJ and Coronado islands (including downtown and Point Loma), amazing views of north county, and, of course, the Pacific, and the perfect viewpoint of the amazing Scripps Oceanography cam...
... most beautiful view Very emotional monument It’s very easy to reach in the highest place in La Jolla with parking You will spend a great time here You can see San Diego’s neighborhoods and beautiful ocean view
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Point Loma
#3 of 112 Sights & Landmarks in San Diego
There are panoramic views of the ocean, views of downtown San Diego, the Cabrillo National Monument, a lighthouse, the famous tide pools, a military cemetery, hiking trails, a visitors center, and clean bathrooms.
A beautiful natural setting with superb views a few great short walks and a chance to wander the tidepools while watching some cracking surf and sailboats glide past...maybe even a whale sighting.
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Petco Park
#4 of 112 Sights & Landmarks in San Diego
Whethe rU pause mournfully at the statue of the late great Tony Gwynn or enjoy a great view of the unique architecture while eating a delish sandwich from Phil's BBQ Petco is the place for baseball!
... one you won’t want to miss! Incredible beer selections, great outdoor space, a fantastic hall of fame section (both national & Padre), cool views of the city & super cool restaurant spaces—a fantastic night out!
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Torrey Pines Gliderport La Jolla
#2 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in La Jolla
The views of the water and the coast are unbeatable, and you can just sit and watch the lovely hang gliders launch and float effortlessly along the bluffs.
Locate on one of the tallest sea cliffs in San Diego at about 400 feet, this ranks amongst the top places in all of California to enjoy an unobstructed, spectacular, panoramic view of the mighty Pacific Ocean, the...
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Cabrillo National Monument
#6 of 112 Sights & Landmarks in San Diego
You can get your National Park Passport stamped, see the beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean and the tidepools, visit the Juan Cabrillo statue, hike up to the lighthouse, and all the while enjoy amazing views of...
It is at the end of Point Loma, has a wonderful historic lighthouse, a short hiking trail to WWII gun enplacement sites a theater showing informative films and a small museum and gift shop.
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Salk Institute La Jolla
#3 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in La Jolla
His masterpiece consists of two mirror-image structures — each six stories tall — that flank a grand travertine courtyard.The city of San Diego, California had gifted him with a picturesque site in La Jolla along...
The tour was incredible, really well explained, both from the laboratories and the architecture point of view.
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Mormon Battalion Historic Site
#8 of 112 Sights & Landmarks in San Diego
This well done historical site is maintained by the LDS Church and they have done a phenomenal job explaining the history of the Mormon Battalion, and how they ended their march and helped establish the city at th...
Mormon Battalion Historic Site in Old Town San Diego (a few miles northwest of downtown) is where visitors are taken on a tour of what life was like for more than half-thousand Mormon (LDS) men who made a 2,000-mi...
San Diego Bay Walk
#9 of 112 Sights & Landmarks in San Diego
Easy walk, nice sidewalks, some restrooms and many sights for the visitor to enjoy as you pass sailboats, and museum ships at anchor, while working off some of that great SD food.
In addition to good cardio, you have awesome views of the bay and boats via a parklike setting.
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Maritime Museum of San Diego
#10 of 112 Sights & Landmarks in San Diego
Just loved seeing so many different vessels and submarines, A replica or two, the sights, sounds, exercise, if you want, you can get some in, climbing a mast?
I would definitely plan on a leisurely lunch on the rear deck of the Midway-- while we relaxed, we had a wonderful view of a mock sea battle between some members of the group of tall ships.
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Old Point Loma Lighthouse
#11 of 112 Sights & Landmarks in San Diego
In Cabrillo National Monument Park, the lighthouse is a great place to walk surrounded by the entrance to San Diego harbor, great views of the city and the ocean, with trails leading down to the water's edge.
The view of the ocean and mountains from Point Loma is just stunning and the history and details of the lighthouse itself are amazing and interesting.
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Mission San Diego de Alcala
#12 of 112 Sights & Landmarks in San Diego
This Catholic church one of the jewels of the line of missions built in Calif. the thick walls the spiritual setting, to the hardships is layed out in a museum site.
Then you can take a scenic drive up the Presidio to Fort Stockton to enjoy the view that the first missionaries made their own when they built the first Mission San Diego in 1775.
Coronado Bridge
#13 of 112 Sights & Landmarks in San Diego
We took the green trolley ride over this amazing bridge to Coronado.The views from the bridge are spectacular.The narration from the very knowledgeable driver was a great help too.Well worth it.
Must see if you are in San Diego!! Get a great view of the harbor and city!!! Make sure you are in the right lane for the best view when you are going to Coronado.
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University of California San Diego La Jolla
#4 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in La Jolla
Beautiful campus with ocean views
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The Unconditional Surrender
#15 of 112 Sights & Landmarks in San Diego
... nice and fairly unique (though there is an identical statue in Sarasota Florida :) There are some other memorials around it and some nice views so it is a great stop if you are doing the walk along the water.
As you go in you find information on Naval ships and people, the statue, just behind the statue is a tribute to "Bob Hope" and then the San Diego Bay to view some of the Naval Ships at docks.
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Little Italy
#16 of 112 Sights & Landmarks in San Diego
Good selection of restaurants and on Saturdays the site of San Diego's best farmers market!
Love the restaurants, the hustle & bustle and the views of the bay.
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A National Salute to Bob Hope & the Military
#17 of 112 Sights & Landmarks in San Diego
The site sits with the USS Midway (at one time the largest ship in the world) as a backdrop and has a panoramic view of San Diego Bay.
We thoroughly enjoyed visiting this site!
Old Town San Diego
#18 of 112 Sights & Landmarks in San Diego
Old Town marks the site of the first Spanish settlement on the U.S. West Coast and features 12 acres of Mexican heritage and historical sites, colorful shops, early-California-style restaurants, museums, a theater...
Old town San Diego is the place to go if you want to spend a carefree family day enjoying the sights, sounds, smell immerse in a little bit of history.
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Mission Beach Boardwalk
#19 of 112 Sights & Landmarks in San Diego
LOVED every MINUTE of being on that boardwalk and enjoying the BEACH LIFE vibe!!! Peaceful, fun, pretty views, sunsets are amazing!!! Clean beach.
love eventhing beautiful sites and great bars was a clean place defenetly will come back to visit love the weather got a nice lovly tan haha but i will recomed it
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Old Town San Diego State Historic Park
#20 of 112 Sights & Landmarks in San Diego
It was quite a magical trip back into California History including views of restorations in progress of original adobe hacienda buildings located throughout this fascinating 200 acre historic park.
Aside from historical buildings and an old plaza to walk with around with seasonal attractions you can fill up on tacos and beer within walking distance from actually active archaeological dig sites, the local uni...
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San Diego Mormon Temple La Jolla
#5 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in La Jolla
I would recommend dining at Japengo which is only a couple of blocks from the Temple, across from the Hyatt Aventine, and then stroll over to the Temple after dinner and check out the incredibly beautiful sights.
Driving north or south along I-5 in San Diego allows for a spectacular view of the magnificent structure.
#22 of 112 Sights & Landmarks in San Diego
Walking along the Embarcadero is a great visual delight with sweeping views of the bay and easy to do with wide sidewalks.
The harbor is right there, the skyline of San Diego, many memorials and historical sites and it's very easy to walk.
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Girard Avenue and Prospect Street La Jolla
#6 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in La Jolla
... Road will let you see lots of fancy clothing boutiques, many face and body improvement centers, Peet's Coffee (my favorite coffee), several high-end multilevel restaurants all with spectacular views of the ocean.
Coastal strolls, fabulous boutiques, fun dining, great coffee, stunning views, friendly people.
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Seaport Village
#24 of 112 Sights & Landmarks in San Diego
Sea Port Village San Diego is a great place to visit for everyone in San Diego CA, great atmosphere great food great shopping and a awesome view of the city and San Diego Bay, a must place to visit when you’re in...
A special treat is to walk east from Seaport Village to the Top of the Hyatt (no cost, it is a hotel) about a 1/4 mile and experience one of the most amazing bay views in San Diego while sipping on anejo, or wine,...
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University of San Diego USD
#25 of 112 Sights & Landmarks in San Diego
As USD sits on a hill, it has a sweeping view of the ocean and a green campus; even the cafe adjacent to the Kroc Center grows its own herbs There's always a lot of events -- sports, public talks, concerts -- to e...
Additionally, since all this sits on a hilltop, views of the San Diego are available in certain locations around campus.
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#26 of 112 Sights & Landmarks in San Diego
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Waterfront Walkway
#27 of 112 Sights & Landmarks in San Diego
We were very impressed with the street vendors, view of the navy, cruise ships, Kissing Statue, convention park.
Or you can stop along the way to enjoy the sights, sounds, and laid back culture of San Diego.
California Tower
#28 of 112 Sights & Landmarks in San Diego
The views are beautiful, and you get a 360 degree look at San Diego, the grounds and gardens of Balboa Park, the bridge, the mountains, and even Mexico.
The tower itself is beautiful, and the views from the top are great, gives a very unique view of San Diego.
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Mary, Star of the Sea Catholic Church La Jolla
#7 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in La Jolla
I would class this little church as a La Jolla landmark for there it stands as it has for any decades.
Santa Fe Depot
#30 of 112 Sights & Landmarks in San Diego
... place to visit and travel to Anaheim and Los Angeles, take the train up the coast of Southern California, it’s relaxing, fast, and inexpensive, great service, safe, comfortable, awesome view, quicker than a car