Old Town Historic Park
Take a trip back in time to experience the California of the 1850s, when Europeans first made their way to what would become San Diego. Today's Old Town offers unique opportunities for boutique shopping, one-of-a-kind dining, and numerous other must-see points of interest. Make time to explore the Old Town Historic Park, which is an official California Historical Landmark as well as being listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Fashion Valley Shopping Center
This is not your run-of-the-mill shopping area. The open-air Fashion Valley Mall creates a soothing atmosphere with its fountains, palm trees, and living walls of plants. Take a break from shopping to experience delicious California cuisine from restaurants like P.F. Chang's, California Pizza Kitchen, and Blue Smoke Sushi Lounge. When it's time to satisfy your shopping urge, retreat to major retailers that include Jimmy Choo, Apple, Tiffany & Co., and many others.
Liberty Station is a 361-acre waterfront urban village is located within San Diego's storied Point Loma community. A peninsula jutting into the sea, Point Loma was the site where San Diego was first discovered, and with Liberty Station's strong history as a former Naval Training Center (and the U.S. Navy's first foothold in Southern California), the transformed naval base-to-neighborhood has undoubtedly had a profound effect on every aspect of life and culture, past and present, in San Diego.
Today, Liberty Station is filled with a curated mix of artisans, makers and galleries, locally-based shops, restaurants, family-friendly entertainment, cultural activities and acres of public parks and open gardens where locals and visitors alike come to discover the true spirit of San Diego.