Whether Coastal, Central or Inland, get the most out of the beautiful and exciting City of San Diego.

Neighborhood Guide

Central and Coastal

Pacific Beach

Located between Mission Beach and La Jolla, a youthful and vibrant Oceanside neighborhood known for its upbeat nightlife vibe-Garnet Avenue.

La Jolla (The Jewel of San Diego)

This scenic beachside neighborhood sits along the coast north of Pacific Beach. It’s the calmer but yet vibrant version of Pacific Beach. Visitors just cannot resist the charm that awaits them outdoors here, the weather is PERFECT! Allowing for a family-chilled day at the beach or a picnic at the park. It’s also famous for beachside parties, and they’re questioning why it’s a favorite among UC San Diego students.


With rainbow flags hanging from shops and restaurants, San Diego welcomes you to its most LGBTQ-friendly neighborhood. It hosts the city’s annual Pride parade and welcomes anyone who wishes to join in the fun. The city offers a lot more to locals and visitors adding to its uniqueness and charm. The well-known Balboa Park sits to the south of the neighborhood. The award-winning “Most Visited Restaurant in San Diego”, Urban MO’s Bar & Grill can also be found here.

Little Italy

This is a quaint downtown neighborhood in San Diego that was originally home hardworking fishermen and Italian families. Maintaining its Italian history, you’ll find chains of Italian restaurants all with open doors welcoming you- to please your cravings with authentic classic Italian comfort food. The city also hosts many cultural festivals namely the Little Italy Fiesta.

Gaslamp Quarter

Address: 614 5th Ave Ste E, San Diego

Website: https://www.gaslamp.org

A 16.5-block walkable neighborhood and well-noted for its old historic architecture. It comes alive at night drawing crowds from neighborhoods nearby and visitors from far. The streets are crammed with bars, nightclubs, dive bars, lounges, shops and restaurants.  So if you desire a memorable night out in the city, then this is definitely the place to be.

North Park

One of the most youthful neighborhoods you’ll find in the county. It’s popular among students, professionals and hipsters. However, it is specifically more suited for art lovers who can get a chance to art hop every second Saturday at Ray at Night. The destination is also perfect for beer lovers as it is home to a tasting room for the popular brewery, Modern Times.

Other most mention districts in the central and coastline are: Mission Hills, Bankers Hills, Ocean Beach, Point Loma, Coronado, and East Village (where the San Diego Padres play at Petco Park).


Old Town

What would the other neighborhoods be without OLD TOWN San Diego? – The area where everything all started. Dating back to the late 1700’s this where the state’s first settlement was established. Here you can find the Old Town San Diego State Historic Park, a history buff destination to learn about the history of the area.

Other well-known districts inland are Normal Heights and South Park.

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