Seaport Village, San Diego, California

15 Mentions on Trippy

  • 2 mentions in Things to do in San Diego if you just have a few hours and are by yourself

    • Gary A.

      Gary A. said, "...a cold beer. If you walk south on Harbor Drive, you will pass the USS Midway Museum and end up in Seaport Village with many shops and restaurants. If you have a little more time and want to get a taxi or..." See More

    • Kevin W.

      Kevin W. said, "'s a hike or a bus ride to the main area by the Hotel Del Coronado). It's fun to walk around Seaport Village; there are a few street performers (some of whom later go spend their tip money at KC BBQ...." See More

  • 2 mentions in Fun for a family with small children (NOT Disneyland!)

    • Ari G.

      Ari G. said, "...Go down to Seaport Village which is a really nice walk along the harbor with small charming shops. Same goes for old town area which is very unique and authentic to the original settlers in San Diego and have a bite of..." See More

    • Belinda H.

      Belinda H. said, "... Seaport Village has a killer view, a ton of cute shops, musicians, and artists. The only money you spend is the money you choose to spend on money or items. Balboa Park is also a good shout. Lots of great gardens and..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the best places to visit in San Diego?

    • Megan N.

      Megan N. said, "...a lot and decide which to go back to for more. The on and off privileges allow you to stop in Seaport Village for some shopping, grab a drink at the beachside Coronado Beach Resort , and lunch or dinner in Little..." See More

  • 1 mention in Who has the best mexican food in San Diego?

    • Courtney C.

      Courtney C. said, "...Diego) For a few more dollars- and more funky check out Puesto Mexican Street Food either in La Jolla or in Seaport Village Pistachio salsa is amazing!..." See More

  • 1 mention in Mother/Tween Daughter vacation spots in California

    • Kyle P.

      Kyle P. said, "...It's HUGE, but well worth a visit. San Diego's military history and community is significant to what makes our city special. Seaport Village is just a short walk from the Midway Museum. It is admittedly a pretty touristy area, but it still..." See More

  • 1 mention in Free things to do in San Diego?

    • Tom T.

      Tom T. said, "...little of Kew Gardens in the U.K. There’s a golf complex there if you’re into that and some amazing hiking trails. Seaport Village is kind of cute. Basically it’s a waterfront complex with shops and restaurants that’s set up so you can..." See More

  • 1 mention in Fun things to do?

    • Roberta C.

      Roberta C. said, "...Take the train downtown to walk around The Wharf, visit Balboa Park, Gaslamp Quarter. Seaport Village Take 1-2 Hr harbor cruise, $5 boat to Coronado Island, Hotel Del CoronadoHotel Del Coronado, see a Padres game. Check out groupon or living social for..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best areas in San Diego for shopping?

    • Johnny L.

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      Johnny L. said, "...and has high-end shops. Downtown Horton Plaza is probably a close second to Fashion Valley in terms of overall store offerings. Seaport Village is right on the water and has many unique shops. North County There's a great mall in Del Mar..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best warm weather spot for girls' weekend - beach or pool

    • David G.

      David G. said, "...Westin Gaslamp Quarter and Omni Hotels & Resorts. A short walk from the Gaslamp district and right on the water is Seaport Village There are several fantastic hotels there . Here is a great site that lists all the area hotels. The..." See More

  • 1 mention in Five Days in San Diego: What to See for an Active Couple?

    • Einn A.

      Einn A. said, "... Seaport Village is a great walk, there are cute little shops to walk in and out of and is right along the water. If you are a history buff, keep walking north of the shoreline for about 5-10min, the USS Midway Museum..." See More

  • 1 mention in 3.5 day family trip - ideas for itinerary?

    • Brenna N.

      Brenna N. said, "...Beach Other ideas: If you're in town on a Saturday, check out the Little Italy Mercato Farmers' MarketSeaWorldand walking along the Seaport Village and Embarcadero Marina Park North I know that's a lot to sort through - I'd recommend setting aside at..." See More

  • 1 mention in Fun things to do for a ladies day trip?

    • Cynthia I.

      Cynthia I. said, "...Balboa Park- Brunch at The Prado at Balboa Park in Park Pedicab tour Gaslamp, Seaport Village, walk waterfront - drinks/dinner Hornblower Cruise (or private sailing tour) Ladies - spa day and lunch at local resort (depending on where you are staying..." See More

  • 1 mention in 7 day spring break from med school in March with two classmates?

    • Cynthia I.

      Cynthia I. said, " beach La Jolla - cove, shopping, restaurants Gaslamp Quarter downtown and Little Italy - action - bars, restaurants, people watching Seaport Village, Embarcadero, Horn blower cruise on harbor Old Town San Diego -mexican restaurants, shopping..." See More