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Airports in Chicago

The city of Chicago is served by 2 airports - Chicago O'Hare International Airport and Midway International Airport. The Chicago O'Hare International Airport or O'Hare International Airport is the primary airport serving the Chicago City. It is a public airport situated in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A. The airport offers both cargo & passenger services to both domestic and international destinations including London, Toronto, Frankfurt, Dublin, Montreal, Paris, Munich, Amsterdam, Doha, Seoul, Dubai, New York, Boston, Denver, Atlanta, San Francisco, Washington, and more. Both the airports are well connected with the city through various modes of transportation. These include shuttles/buses, taxis, limo, rideshare, rental cars, public transit, and more.

Explore San Diego

Located in Southern California, San Diego is the oldest town in the State. It has an enchanting natural beauty and a pleasant climate, with mild temperatures and plenty of sunshine. Some of the city’s most popular attractions are the museums, gardens, and Spanish Colonial-

style architecture found in Balboa Park; the world-famous San Diego Zoo; and the Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum. For a little history and shopping, visitors can stroll the streets of Old Town San Diego State Historic Park or wander through the Gaslamp Quarter. San Diego also has more than 68 miles of beaches in and around the city for sunning and surfing. Its coastal location makes it an ideal destination for adventurers and sun seekers.

Things to Do in San Diego

Seaport Village

San Diego’s Seaport Village is a delightful place to stroll around and spend an afternoon. Located right on the waterfront, this area of unique shops and restaurants is one of the city’s must-sees. Picnic tables, benches, and waterfront patios are sprinkled throughout the area, and weekends can be very busy. Outdoor performers take to the stage regularly in the afternoons, some of which can be quite eclectic. The area is easily accessible on foot from many of the nearby attractions including the USS Midway. Since there is limited and expensive parking at Seaport Village, it may be best to park a little distance away and enjoy the stroll along the waterfront to the site.

San Diego Museum of Art

The San Diego Museum of Art is a copy of the 17th-century University of Salamanca, in the so-called Platero style, with finely-chiseled terracotta and silversmith work. Busts of Spanish painters adorn the facade, and their works hang in the museum’s collection. The museum’s collection covers a broad spectrum of works from around the world and pieces that date back to 7,000 years ago. Spanish old master paintings, along with Asian art, European art, and art from the Americas are highlighted.

Mission Beach

The Mission Beach Boardwalk epitomizes San Diego’s dreamy Southern California lifestyle. This scenic three-mile stretch is the place to go for a leisurely walk, sunbathing, and people-watching. The boardwalk is also a popular spot for rollerblading, skateboarding, and cycling. A highlight of Mission Beach is Belmont Park, an East-Coast- style seaside amusement park with a historic roller coaster, excellent restaurants, fairground eateries, and street performances. The carnival ambience encourages visitors to relish a day of fun in the sun.

Best Time to Fly to San Diego

The best times to visit San Diego are the months from March to May and September to November. One can find some great deals during the low seasons (September-November) in comparison to the peak summer season. Avoid travelling here in winters as most of the rains occur during the season.

San Diego Travelers' Reviews

  San Diego
You get what you pay for in choosing a hotel.
- Helen  Jul 27, 2018
  san diego in 3 days
Great city! Totally laid back,and not because everyone was high (haha),though it wasn't unusual to see that. We only had 3 full days so we asked locals where to go. We ended up at Encinitas (my decision- i wanted to see the meditation gardens)- LOVED the energy there. Also ate dinner in LaJolla-very upscale shops but lovely beach with sea lions you could walk right up to. Spent an evening at Ocean Beach-okay so literally everyone was high there but it was so much fun to see. Had a wonderful lunch at the gas lamp district. Loved San Diego!
- kelly  Jul 04, 2018

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