Lovers of nature are offered exciting tours to the Torri Pines Reserve. It occupies a vast coastal area of San Diego. This reserve is not distinguished by the abundance of beautiful plants. However, rare species of flora are found here, as well. Its main value is seabirds, monitoring of which remains a favorite entertainment for tourists. While walking through the reserve, you can meet raccoons and foxes. Coyotes are the most dangerous inhabitants of these places. The park is remarkable for its spectacular geological formations. At certain times of the year, whales can be observed from its coastal zones.
The Coronado Bridge is the most recognizable symbol of San Diego. Its construction was completed in 1969. The length of the bridge is 3500 meters. 27 strong concrete supports at least 60 meters high were built for it. The bridge is quite high, so even large ships can easily swim under it. From the banks of San Diego Bay you can make excellent photos of this landmark.
An excellent way to get acquainted with the historical past of the city is a walk around the Old Town. Many colonial buildings survived there. Currently, the historic district delights with popular shops, restaurants and entertainment venues.