Question: Where should I not stay in San Diego?

But, as with any city, there are a few areas that you may want to avoid. University Heights, City Heights, National City, as well as parts of downtown, can be a bit seedy, especially at night. Imperial Beach, which is the town in San Diego next to the Mexican border, can also be sketchy.

Should I stay downtown San Diego?

Yes, downtown is ideal for first-timers. Minutes from the airport, with easy access to public transportation, Balboa Park, the waterfront Embarcadero, Seaport Village, harbor cruises, skyline views, restaurants, and more, staying downtown is a great introduction to San Diego.

What are the safest areas in San Diego?

7 Safest Neighborhoods in San Diego. California. Del Mar Mesa. If you are looking for one of the best places to raise kids but still get that urban feel, Del Mar Mesa is your top choice. Via de la Valle. San Pasqual Valley. North City Future Urbanizing Area. La Jolla. Black Mountain Ranch. Torrey Hills.More items

What is the best area in San Diego to stay?

The 12 Best Neighborhoods in San Diego for TouristsThe Gaslamp. Little Italy. Seaport Village. Harbor Island. Point Loma & Shelter Island. Ocean Beach. Mission Beach & Pacific Beach. La Jolla.More items •Mar 10, 2021

Is 3 days enough in San Diego?

We recommend planning at least 3 days for San Diego. This will allow you to explore the city center, visit one or two theme parks, and potentially also catch a glimpse of the beautiful coastal areas nearby. However, if you have more time, you can easily fill 5-7 days in San Diego and youll find plenty to do.

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