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Orang-outan au zoo de San Diego

Photos of the San Diego Zoo

Located in the heart of Balboa Park, the San Diego Zoo is the most visited zoo in the United States, with over 4 million visitors a year. It is home to around 4,000 animals of more than 600 species on 40 hectares, including rare and endangered animals. The zoo is renowned for its natural (“cage-free”) […]

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House of Hospitality

Photos of Balboa Park in San Diego

San Diego’s green lung since 1868, Balboa Park is home not only to the San Diego Zoo, but also to numerous museums, architecturally stunning buildings and wonderful gardens. You can spend hours wandering through this park, made safer in the 1990s thanks to video surveillance and an increased police presence. Balboa Park was originally called […]

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L'océan Pacifique se jette sur les falaises

Photos of Sunset Cliffs

During your stay in San Diego, take a walk along the Sunset Cliffs, red sandstone cliffs rising some 100 feet above the Pacific Ocean. They stretch for about 8 kilometers along San Diego’s south coast, from La Jolla to Point Loma. The cliffs are a popular spot for hikers, photographers and sunset enthusiasts. They offer […]

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Immeuble en briques de style new-yorkais

Photos of San Diego

California’s second-largest city, San Diego is a dynamic city that is truly ocean-focused, thanks in particular to its 112 kilometers of beach that delight surfers and other swimmers. There’s no shortage of activities, whether on land or sea, to take advantage of San Diego’s idyllic climate. From Mission Bay Aquatic Park to SeaWorld San Diego […]

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Plage et océan Pacifique à La Jolla Cove

Photos of La Jolla

A small town not far from San Diego, La Jolla (pronounced “roya”) is undoubtedly the little paradise not to be missed when visiting Southern California. Its postcard panoramas, plush mansions overlooking the Pacific, miles of deserted beaches and unique flora and fauna make La Jolla the “jewel” of San Diego. Sea caves, dream beaches, aquariums, […]

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Promenade tranquille à proximité de l'hôtel del Coronado

Photos of Coronado Island

Discovered by the Spanish in the 17th century, Coronado remained uninhabited for over two centuries. Passed from hand to hand, the peninsula was finally purchased by investors in 1886, who saw the potential for tourism. Now linked to the mainland by a bridge, Coronado Island is a paradise for San Diegans and tourists alike. Located […]

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