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How much do things cost in San Diego?
Pack of cigarettes $5.80
Taxi start $2.80
Milk (1 liter) $0.98
Loaf of white bread $2.40
Water bottle (1.5 liter) $1.64
1 min. of prepaid mobile tariff $0.08
Lettuce $1.23
Utilities (Electricity, Heating, ...) for medium apartment $135.05
1 Pair of men leather shoes $92.25
Rice (white) $3.78
* All price are converted to USD

About San Diego

San Diego is a large US city located on the Pacific Coast, in the State of California. With more than 1.3 million people inside its borders, it is the second largest city in the state and the third largest urban area in California. When you will purchase cheap flights to San Diego you will find out that this city is famous because it hosts the Pacific Fleet of the United States Navy. At the same time, San Diego is located next to the border with Mexico, having across it the city of Tijuana. That's why there are many Mexican residents in the area.

There are several ways anyone can reach this region. The best solution if you are coming from another continent or from a long distance is to use the airplane. The San Diego International Airport lies at only 10 minutes by car from the downtown. That's why when you will land you will feel like you are doing it right in the middle of the city. There are daily flights to many large cities across the country and to several other cities in Latin America, Europe and Canada. The airport is served by large air carriers, including by British Airways, Southwest Airlines, JetBlue, US Airways, American Airlines, United Airlines, Continental Airlines and Delta Airlines. From the airport you can take a cab and for such a trip you will pay no more than 25 dollars. If you are coming from another region of the globe you will land in the largest airport in California that is located in Los Angeles.

Try not to forget that immediately after you purchase airline tickets to San Diego you must think to reserve a ticket from LA to San Diego. This way you will save a lot of money, because a trip from these two airports can cost sometimes more than a trip from the East to the West Coast. After you choose cheap tickets to San Diego you can rent your own car. This will be the best solution for you to go around this city. The public transportation system is very developed, but due to the large distances the speed is limited. Once you are in possession of some cheap flights to San Diego you can start to make your list with all the sites and places to visit during the trip to the city. On such an itinerary you must not forget to visit the Mission San Diego de Alcala, Hotel Del Coronado, USS Midway Museum, Downtown, San Diego Maritime Museum, Old Town, Point Loma lighthouse, Birch Aquarium, Harbor seals, La Jolla, Sea World, San Diego Zoo Safari Park, San Diego Zoo and Balboa Park.

The best period to travel to San Diego is during the spring. The summer is not a good season to travel because the temperatures are very high in the region. At the same time the prices are higher during July and August, due to the fact that many tourists from all around the world choose to travel during that season. Cheap flights to San Diego can be a good solution if you are traveling on a tight budget. Flights to San Diego can be a huge opportunity to visit one of the most developed regions in the world. Your kids will love the region, even if the desert may seem not so friendly. There are many good hotels in San Diego from where to choose. If you want to find some good prices, you can search on the internet. Each hotel has its own website from where you can see and book the perfect room. Flighthub offers the cheapest flights to California all the time, but anyone must book a ticket today if he is planning to travel in the next couple of months. This is the right time to think to travel to San Diego. Just ask your friends if they want to join you!

Top attractions in San Diego

San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival

Each year, this event brings in upwards of 10,000 food and wine aficionados from all over the country, making it the largest wine and food festival in Southern California. The weeklong festival features 170 Wine & Spirit Purveyors, 70 of San Diego's Top Chefs and Restaurants, Cooking Classes taught by celebrity chefs, Wine Tasting Classes led by Master Sommeliers, and over 800 different wines to taste from.

Belmont Park

Located just a mile outside SeaWorld San Diego is Belmont Park, one of the most popular destinations for locals and tourists in the city especially during the summer months. Belmont Park is situated right at the heart of Mission Beach, and was first opened to the public during the Roaring 20's. Today, the park has been visited by millions of locals and tourists coming from all over the world, making it a definite must-visit place if you are planning a trip to the city of San Diego.

Balboa Park

Originally known simply as the City Park when it opened its doors at the turn of the century, Balboa Park became known as such as a result of a naming contest held in 1910. The winner, Mrs. Harriet Philips, named the park after Vasco Nunez de Balboa, the first explorer to view the Pacific Ocean. Just like the explorer, Balboa Park offers a spectacular view to locals and tourists visiting the city of San Diego, California, of the Pacific Ocean.


Information about travelling to San Diego

  • Average temperature for this month in San Diego
    24 °C
  • Average temperature in winter for San Diego
    19 °C
  • Average rain for this month in San Diego
    15.9 mm

Airports of San Diego

San Diego International Airport