Flights from Adelaide to San Diego

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What are the best places to stay in San Diego?

Gaslamp Quarter

The Gaslamp Quarter is one of San Diego’s oldest neighbourhoods and is located in Downtown. It was first developed in 1867 and features Victorian-style architecture. The Gaslamp Quarter is teeming with attractions and cultural activities, including Seaport Village, Maritime Museum of San Diego, and Petco Park where the San Diego Padres play. It’s also one of the main shopping, dining, and nightlife hubs to explore while visiting California on cheap flights to San Diego. Browse accommodation in the Gaslamp Quarter if you’re hoping to stay in the centre of the action while holidaying on flights to San Diego.

La Jolla

Are you more interested in the rugged coastline of San Diego rather than the city? Consider a hotel room in the coastal suburb of La Jolla after you book return flights to San Diego. The beaches are the main draw to La Jolla, and it’s one of the most popular San Diego neighbourhoods for surfing, paddleboarding, snorkelling, and kayaking. Visit the main La Jolla Shores Beach and other coastal spots like La Jolla Cove where you can watch sea lions, La Jolla Underwater Park to snorkel with harmless leopard sharks, and the dramatic Sunny Jim Sea Cave. La Jolla is only a 20-minute drive into the city, so you won’t be far from Downtown.

Coronado

Coronado is a stone’s throw away from Downtown, but it feels more like a quaint seaside village than part of a major city. It’s a popular place to stay in between return flights to San Diego if you want to be super central but also right on the ocean. Spend time enjoying the 2.4-kilometre (1.5-mile) Coronado Beach, and take a scenic walk along Coronado’s boardwalk. Coronado is one of San Diego’s most upscale suburbs, and you’ll find many high-end restaurants along the oceanfront. Other Coronado attractions to enjoy while holidaying on flights to San Diego include Bayview Park and Coronado Museum of History and Art.

What is the best way to get around San Diego?

Public transport is available across San Diego, but driving is the most popular way to get around the city. Find a great rental car deal with Webjet after you’ve booked tickets to San Diego. Hiring a car will give you an extra level of freedom to explore the beaches, mountains, and deserts in San Diego County. Popular day trips to consider include Carlsbad, Mount Laguna, and Lake Poway. Rental cars are available to pick up in the city as well as from San Diego International Airport (SAN).

Catch the train from San Diego International Airport (SAN) if you won’t be renting a car. The COASTER commuter train connects the airport to Old Town Transit Center in northern San Diego. Trains departing this station head to northern suburbs like La Jolla. Hop on bus 992 after arriving on flights to San Diego to make your way into the city.

The trolley light rail system is the best way to get around Downtown without a car. Three main lines link Downtown with the southern and northeastern suburbs, and a fourth heritage trolley line loops around Downtown. The seasonal waterfront shuttle is a good option if you book airfare to San Diego for a summer holiday. The shuttle operates between late May and early September with eight waterfront stops, including access to several hotels, the Maritime Museum of San Diego, and USS Midway Museum. Public buses are another option available to visitors holidaying on return flights to San Diego. 97 bus routes operate around the city and the suburbs of San Diego County.

When is the best time to visit San Diego?

San Diego has a mild climate year-round – something to look forward to no matter what time of year you book airfare to San Diego. Summer is the busiest time to travel on flights to San Diego. There are many different festivals, and this is the best time to visit Southern California’s beaches. Average temperatures of 25°C are accompanied with plenty of sunshine and little to no rain.

Enjoy nice weather without the crowds by booking cheap flights to San Diego for an autumn or spring holiday. Daytime temperatures average 20° to 22°C, so you can still visit the beach. Autumn is mainly sunny, but you may have overcast days if you book tickets to San Diego for a spring visit.

Winter is low season in San Diego due to small amounts of rain and cooler temperatures. However, daytime temperatures of about 19°C mean you can still walk around the city and explore the region’s national parks comfortably. Many hotels lower their rates during the winter low season, so consider booking cheap flights to San Diego for a winter holiday if you’re after a great deal.

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