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February 10, 2020 -

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Flights to San Diego

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Plan your trip to San Diego

  • The city that has it all

    What is San Diego? It’s colonial times preserved in Old Town. Beaches and family activities on Coronado Island. Balboa Park, a world unto itself, with gardens and museums.  Maritime beauty at Point Loma, waterfront shops and restaurants in Seaport Village and the massive USS Midway Museum. In a nutshell: San Diego is oceanside, sunny year-round, packed with attractions and yours to enjoy.

San Diego schedules at a glance

Flights to San Diego are easy to book with Air Transat. Before planning a trip, be sure to check the schedule below, as some routes may be seasonal.

Top things to do in San Diego

  
  • History lives on in Old Town

    This is it: California’s birthplace. Old Town San Diego State Historic Park marks where the Spanish first settled on the country’s west coast. Glimpse colonial life with original 19th-century buildings and reconstructions. Catch live mariachi shows. Taste authentic Mexican fare. Visit Casa de Estudillo, an adobe house that belonged to an aristocrat. And venture into the Whaley House Museum—if you dare. This spooky house is said to be one of the most haunted in America.

  • All things Coronado

    Is Coronado an island, a beach or a bridge? Actually, it’s all of the above. Linked to the mainland by the (very) tall and curving Coronado Bridge, Coronado Island has lots going for it. Like Coronado Beach. White sand and gentle waves make it a crowd-pleaser, especially if you have kids. Need to move? Bike, kayak, play tennis, cut loose at the skate park or take a surfing class. Not your speed? Perhaps a massage, gondola ride or evening at the theatre, then.

  • Great big Balboa Park

    Give yourself plenty of time to explore Balboa Park (it’s nearly twice as large as Central Park). Museums dedicated to natural history, air and space, indigenous culture and model trains. There’s also the San Diego Museum of Art, with works from luminaries like Munch, Rivera, O’Keefe, Matisse, Dali and Rembrandt. And what’s a park without gardens? See more than 130 varieties of roses, a Japanese koi pond and the jungle-like Palm Canyon.

  • A day at San Diego Bay

    The San Diego Bay area is a hit with every type of traveller. The Point Loma peninsula welcomes nature lovers with rocky reefs, tide pools and ocean panoramas. The USS Midway Museum is an aircraft carrier with planes from WWII onward (some you can sit in), flight simulators and stellar flight-deck views of downtown San Diego. Nearby is Seaport Village: waterfront shopping, an old-timey carousel, bayview restaurants, buskers and views of Coronado Island make it worth the trip.