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Airports in Philadelphia

Philadelphia is served by two airports- Philadelphia International Airport and the Northeast Philadelphia Airport.

The Philadelphia International Airport is the primary airport serving the Delaware Valley. It is Located between the city of Philadelphia and Tinicum Township in Pennsylvania. The airport offers scheduled domestic and international flights to Canada, the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, and the Middle East. Travelers can avail seamless connectivity between the airport and the city through the train and bus service operated by South Eastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority (called SEPTA) and taxis.

The Northeast Philadelphia Airport serves as a general aviation reliever airport for Philadelphia International Airport, and offers only cargo transport on its own.

Explore San Diego

Located in San Diego County, San Diego (Spanish for Saint Didacus) is the second-largest in California and the eighth-largest city in the United States. It is located along the Pacific Ocean in Southern California near the US-Mexico border. The city played a crucial role in the Allied victory in the Second World War because it was home to several military and defense companies who built arms and ammunitions to stem the Axis firepower. Visitors to San Diego are welcomed with its superb climate (ranked as the second best in America by The Weather Channel), its canyons, nature preserves and regional parks.

Things to do in San Diego

Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve

Spread across nearly 2000 acres, the Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve is a famous coastal state park in San Diego. It features a cliff-dotted plateau, a lagoon and several species of flora and fauna. You should especially consider visiting here if hiking is your priority.

Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve

Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve is one of the largest urban parks in the United States. This 7-mile-long urban park in San Diego includes Penasquitos and Lopez canyons, and features a 200-year-old adobe home called Rancho Santa Maria de Los Penasquitos. You will also find this preserve full of more than 500 plant species and over 175 species of birds and animals.

Mission Trails Regional Park

Established in 1974, the Mission Trails Regional Park in San Diego is one of the largest municipally owned park in the United States. it features rugged canyons and small hills, and is the go-to point for hiking, mountain biking and horse-riding.

Best Time to Fly to San Diego

The best times to fly to San Diego are the spring season (from March through May) and autumn season (from September through November). During this time, the city celebrates San Diego Earth Fair and San Diego Beer Week.

San Diego Travelers' Reviews

  San Diego
You get what you pay for in choosing a hotel.
- Helen  Jul 27, 2018
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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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