Welcome to California’s second largest city, boasting over 70 miles of majestic coastlines and gentle climate. Home to beach communities, mountains, and urban neighborhoods, San Diego’s diverse communities make it the ideal place for every kind of traveler.
The San Diego International Airport offers nearly 500 daily flights providing nonstop and connecting services to major domestic destinations and across the globe. Located just a few miles away from the heart of San Diego, getting from point A to point B couldn’t be easier, or more scenic. The public transit system is a breeze, offering trolleys, buses and the occasional pedaler to get you where you need to go.
The Tijuana Cross-border Terminal is an airport terminal located in San Diego, California, United States, with an access bridge connecting it to the Tijuana International Airport in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico. It opened on December 9, 2015 and is the world's first true binational airport passenger terminal. The CBX terminal is physically located in the United States but serves the Tijuana airport. A pedestrian bridge spans the United States–Mexico border, connecting passenger terminals between the two countries. Passengers arriving in Tijuana are able to cross the pedestrian/passenger bridge into the passenger terminal, clear U.S. passport controls and U.S. Customs, and exit on the U.S. side. A variety of transportation options are available to travel to downtown San Diego, just 22 miles away. For more information and document requirements, visit the CBX website.
Located just off I-5 and right on the water’s edge, the San Diego Convention Center is in the heart of the action. The bayside facility is just a short walk away from award-winning dining venues, shopping and nightlife in the historic Gaslamp Quarter. Surrounded by waterfront parks, the USS Midway, and PETCO Park (home of the San Diego Padres) there is never a dull moment. And don’t worry; of course there is free Wi-Fi!
Vibrant art and culture is shown through lively performances, thought-provoking exhibitions, and engaging historic sites and monuments. Home to 15 museums and nine art districts, San Diego has something to offer for everyone – no matter what your taste. The city is heavily influenced by American and Mexican cultures due to its geographic position and offers an array of special events, varied cuisine, and a reputation as one of America’s premier centers of craft brewing!