Ultimate Private San Diego Sightseeing Tour

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  • Live Guide
  • Pickup Service
  • E-Ticket
  • 4 hr

Let a private guide escort you on a ultimate 4-hour sightseeing tour of San Diego while you relax with personal transportation by luxury car or SUV. Instead of a set itinerary, you can customize your own plans to see that sights that interest you most. You will visit Coronado, the historic Gaslamp Quarter, resplendent and beautiful Balboa park, and the famed and glittering La Jolla, with its attendant cove and pristine beaches. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included.

Itinerary Details

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Allow us to escort you on the best private sightseeing tour experience in America’s Finest City! This tour begins when we meet you at your point of origin to transport you throughout the loveliest and most renowned parts of our city.

Pass By: Coronado Bridge

Built in 1969, the Coronado Bridge spans more than 11,000 feet and rises 200ft at maximum clearance. At it's base on the San Diego side sits the Chicano Park, and the bridge is easily visible from both the coast and the air. It's now as synonumous with San Diego as the Golden Gate bridge is with San Francisco.

Stop At: Coronado Island

"The Crowned One" in Spanish, Coronado island is a jewel of the coast. Surrounded by silvery mica-laced beaches, and full of art galleries, small shops, and renowned restaurants, it is a beach paradise. The island has been attracting visitors since before the 1880s and is a must-see for any vacationer looking for that SoCal beach experience.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: The Coronado Ferry Landing

Located in one, if not the most picturesque settings in Coronado. Coronado Ferry Landing has everything you can ask for in a first-class shopping village.

Duration: 10 minutes

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An iconic oceanfront presence since 1888 Along the Pacific on Coronado Island, our Victorian-style resort has hosted royalty, celebs, and beach loving families for over 130 years. We offer a wellness spa with pool, an outdoor pool, and activities for the whole family. Take in California sunsets with seven waterfront dining options. Chandelier-lit ballrooms, blooming gardens, and panoramic views make events shine.

Duration: 15 minutes

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Bayside playground with a boat ramp & picnic area, plus views of downtown San Diego.

Pass By: Gaslamp Quarter

The Gaslamp Quarter, known as the Historic Heart of San Diego, is a 16 block downtown neighborhood full of nightlife and world-renowned restaurants. Full of Victorian architecture and small museums, as well as Horton Plaza Park and Petco Park, it's a must-see.

Stop At: Balboa Park

Balboa Park is a 1,200 acre park full of museums, the beautiful Spanish Art Village, restaurants and the world-famous San Diego Zoo. It was placed in reserve in 1835 and remains one of Americas oldest public parks, right in the heart of downtown San Diego.

Duration: 45 minutes

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For the past 50 years, San Diego Comic-Con has created one of the biggest, most popular conventions of its kind in the world. But the organizers of Comic-Con wanted to do even more to recognize fans and spread the magic of Comic-Con. They imagined a place where fans could come together to celebrate the things they love, not just for a few days each summer, but all year long. A place where the public could learn about areas of art and pop culture of which they may not even be aware. A space where everyone is included, where old fans and new could enjoy the passion, creativity, and imagination of Comic-Con, while learning about science, technology, art, storytelling and much more. Now, with the help of fans like you, that dream will soon become reality.

Pass By: Timken Museum of Art

The Timken Museum of Art sits within walking distance of the Spanish Village and the Botanical Building. It features a collection of European Old Masters, 19th century American art, and Russian Icons. It also features the only Rembrandt painting on display in San Diego.

Pass By: San Diego Museum of Man

Dedicated to the exploration of cultural anthropology, the Museum of Man features exhibits that explore everything from cannibalism to beer history. Currently undergoing a seismic retrofit, the Cannibals and PostSecret exhibitions still remain open to the public.

Pass By: La Jolla Shores Park

La Jolla Shores, with its northern part Scripps Beach, is a beach and vacation/residential community of the same name in La Jolla, San Diego, California. The La Jolla Shores business district is a mixed-use village encircling Laureate Park on Avenida de la Playa in the village of La Jolla Shores.

Pass By: Mt. Soledad National Veterans Memorial

Crowned with a white cross, the Mt. Soledad memorial honors living and dead soldiers from the Revolutionary War all the way to the modern War on Terror. It features black granite slabs honoring everyone from Presidents, to the common every-day solider protecting American freedoms.

Pass By: Spanish Village Art Center

The Spanish Art village was originally constructed in 1935 for the California Pacific International Exposition, it designed as a colorful vibrant small courtyard meant to invoke the feeling of being transported to a country village in Spain. Today it is a thriving community of artisans, everything from blacksmiths to glass-blowers to basket weavers.

Stop At: La Jolla Cove

La Jolla Cove is a small cove with a beach that is surrounded by cliffs in La Jolla, San Diego, California. Point La Jolla forms the south side of the cove. The area is protected as part of a marine reserve and is popular with snorkelers, swimmers and scuba divers.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Children's Pool

Children's Pool in La Jolla was originally an area in San Diego designated for children to swim. In 1932, a seawall was built to protect the shore from oncoming waves, making it the ideal spot for children to paddle without danger. While the Children's Pool in La Jolla provides a swimming spot suitable for children, the conditions also prove to be idylic for harbor seals and sea lions. Seal Rock, which is located just north of the beach is home to hundreds of seals, and its close proximity to the Children's Pool La Jolla has increased seal interest in the pool area. Seals have since come to the La Jolla Children's Pool to bathe, bask and even give birth to their seal pups.

Duration: 10 minutes
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