San Diego is known for its perfect warm weather, fantastic beaches, and dreamy sunsets. From Old Town to La Jolla Shores, there’s romance brewing for the adventure-ers, the Recreation-ers. Whether you’re a San Diego native looking for a staycation or a first time visitor, we hope this list inspires you and help you plan you perfectly spring vacation getaway. stylists offer an plenty of outfits ideas for your San Diego’s spring Travel Wardrobe (include Coupon). Here are top 5 must go places in San Diego

1. Old Town

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Founded in 1769, Old Town San Diego is the first of the missions built in the state, making it the birthplace of California. Located less than five miles north of the downtown area, Old Town San Diego serves as one of the city’s most visited tourist attractions. Those looking for a daredevil date may want to register for a tour of the haunted Whaley House. Others looking for a calmer night may be interested in visiting Cafe Coyote (and the it’s attached candy store – we recommend the fudge) or for sushi lovers, Harney Sushi. Walk around hand-in-hand, enjoy the Spanish architecture, and buy your sweetheart a rose from one of the street vendors.

2.Balboa Park


Originally intended as an exhibition for the opening of the Panama Canal in 1915, Balboa Park has since become a cultural hub for San Diego.

The Balboa Park lily pond is considered an icon in the park. One of Balboa Park's most popular points of interest is Spanish Village. The village is modeled after a traditional Spanish village and is home to 200 local arists, some which offer art for sale.
The Plaza de Panama in Balboa Park is one of the park's most popular points of interest. Here, you are just steps away from the San Diego Museum of Art, the Timken Museum of Art and the famous Botanical
Balboa Park's classic Spanish architecture lit up at night is incredibly romantic. While in San Diego, be sure to visit during the day to take in the attractions, then come back at night for dinner, preferably at the Prado Restaurant.

3. Coronado Island

Coronado Island is the perfect spot for a staycation. The historic Hotel Del Coronado boasts a plethora of activities for couples as well as magnificent views of the grounds and a private beach.
With all its beautiful shorelines, San Diego is the perfect spot to enjoy incredible sunsets. Coronado Beach in particular is known for having some of the most beautiful in the city.
Treat yourself with a trip to the spa, lobster off the exclusive menu at 1500 Ocean, and s’mores at a private bonfire on the beach. While definitely on the more pricey end, you deserve a night you’ll never forget. This year also marks the 130th anniversary of the Hotel Del, so rest assured you’ll be treated with all the ritz you require.

4. Torrey Pines

The detailed cliffs and rock formations that permeate the Torrey Pines are one of the most striking geological features of the state reserve. It is ideal for hiking lovers. Trails in Torrey Pines State Reserve weave through Torrey Pines, the rarest pine tree in the world. Most of Torrey Pines State Reserve's trails lead to Torrey Pines Beach

5.Downtown San Diego

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The heartbeat of every city lives in its downtown, and San Diego is no exception. Located only minutes from the airport, San Diego's thriving urban center offers an abundance of options for accommodations, activities, dining and cultural attractions, all easily accessible by foot, bike, car or public transportation. In the historic Gaslamp Quarter, where modern architecture and Victorian-Age buildings stand side-by-side, you'll discover eclectic galleries, chic boutiques, trendy nightclubs, rooftop bars, gastropubs, craft beer haunts and fine dining restaurants lining the streets.
Gaslamp Quarter Not only is this area the epicenter of San Diego’s nightlife scene, it is also rich with cultural offerings that include theatres, art galleries, symphony halls, concert venues and museums.

5. Stylist picked outfits for your San Diego Spring Break
San Diego is famous for its mild 70 to 80 degree temperature during the spring season, So wear a lots of soothing color and thin long sleeve shirts is appropriate for the tourists. Here is one  San Diego Outfits. See more, please visit

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April 05, 2018 — Ashore Shop