Silversea Luxury Cruises A San Diego, California

San Diego, California

San Diego is a vacationer's paradise, complete with idyllic year-round temperatures and 70 miles of pristine coastline. Recognized as one of the nation's leading family destinations, with SeaWorld, LEGOLAND, and the San Diego Zoo, San Diego is equally attractive to those in search of art, culture, world-class shopping, and culinary exploration. View more

San Diego's many neighborhoods offer diverse adventures: from the tony boutiques in La Jolla to the culinary delights in the northern suburb of Del Mar; from the authentic European charm of Little Italy to the nouveau-chic of the downtown Gaslamp Quarter, each community adds flavor and flair to San Diego's personality. California's entire coastline enchants, but the state's southernmost region stands apart when it comes to sand, surf, and sea. Step out of the car and onto the beach to immediately savor its allure: smell the fresh salty air, feel the plush sand at your feet, hear waves breaking enticingly from the shore, and take in the breathtaking vistas. San Diego's sandstone bluffs offer spectacular views of the Pacific as a palette of blues and greens: there are distant indigo depths, emerald coves closer to shore, and finally, the mint-green swirls of the foamy surf. On land, the beach is silvery brown, etched with wisps of darker, charcoal-color sand and flecked with fool's gold. San Diego's beaches have a different vibe from their northern counterparts in neighboring Orange County and glitzy Los Angeles farther up the coast. San Diego is more laid-back and less of a scene. Cyclists on cruiser bikes whiz by as surfers saunter toward the waves and sunbathers bronze under the sun, be it July or November. Whether you're seeking a safe place to take the kids or a hot spot to work on your tan, you'll find a beach that's just right for you. La Jolla Shores and Mission Bay both have gentle waves and shallow waters that provide safer swimming for kids; whereas the high swells at Black's and Tourmaline attract surfers worldwide. If you're looking for dramatic ocean views, Torrey Pines State Beach and Sunset Cliffs provide a desertlike chaparral backdrop, with craggy cliffs overlooking the ocean below. Beaches farther south in Coronado and Silver Strand have longer stretches of sand that are perfect for a contemplative stroll or a brisk jog. Then there are those secluded, sandy enclaves that you may happen upon on a scenic drive down Highway 101.

An Introduction to Silversea Cruises

The romance of the seas, small ship sizes and intimate atmosphere, Silversea has long been a leader in the ultra-luxury market. Travelling to both iconic and secluded ports, Silversea’s award-winning itineraries inspire wanderlust and exploration. With over 900 destinations, longer port stays and more late-night departures than ever before, even the savviest traveler will find something new. A butler for every suite, a complimentary in-suite bar stocked with your preferences, all-inclusive exquisite dining, award-winning onboard entertainment and an unparalleled space to guest ratio all contribute to the Silversea experience. Not forgetting our famed Italian hospitality, where new faces become old friends. Bienvenuti a bordo.

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Excursiones en San Diego, California

Insider’s Tour of San Diego

Take a behind the scenes look at places most tourists visiting San Diego never see.

Mission Hills

This half-day tour will take you to some of the most interesting ethnic and historic neighbor-hoods of San Diego. See Mission Hills, considered the most romantic neighborhood in the city. Some of San Diego's finest architects and master builders designed and built homes in this area. The architectural diversity of the neighbour-hood is one of its finest features today.

Liberty Station and East Village

Next, drive by Liberty Station, listed on the National Register of Historic Places and formerly home of the Naval Training Center. It is now a mixed-use community that has incorporated the Naval historic buildings in the several distinct districts. Then it's on to East Village, San Diego's newest neighbor-hood and a classic example of vibrant urban living. The revitalization of this warehouse district in downtown was ignited with the opening of Petco Park in 2004, home of the San Diego Padres baseball team.

Barrio Logan

Experience the lively Hispanic culture as you drive by and learn the history of Barrio Logan, an epicenter of San Diego's Hispanic community. See the dazzling display of colourful sculptures and celebrated murals by local Chicano artists, painted on the Coronado Bridge pillars.

Old Town

View Old Town, California's birthplace and oldest of all the neighbor-hoods in San Diego. The Old Town State Historic Park re-creates the city's beginning where restored buildings and rebuilt structures cluster around a large plaza.

Little Italy

In stark contrast to the Hispanic roots of San Diego, there's also a European influence in San Diego. Settled in the 1920's by Italian immigrants to San Diego, Little Italy has come to harbour a diverse mix of people while remaining the culture and recreational epicenter of the city's population. Energized by urban renewal, it has retained the ethnic flavor. There will be time to stroll the area and see this colourful neighbour-hood that is a favorite of both visitors and locals alike.

Please note: Tour involves moderate walking and is suitable for guests with limited mobility; however it is not fully wheelchair accessible. We recommend guests wear seasonal clothing and flat walking shoes as well as bringing a light sweater or jacket from the ship.

Old Town Trolley Tour

Enjoy an entertaining and informative sight-seeing tour of San Diego's historic district during this half-day tour by open-air trolley.

Known as 'America's Finest City', San Diego offers a wide array of things to see and do for visitors of all ages. Let Old Town Trolley show you California's second largest city, where blue skies, exciting attractions and 70 miles of beaches come together to create a vacationer's paradise.

Trolley Ride

This narrated journey through historic San Diego begins as you board a themed, open-air trolley in the port of San Diego. Your driver/guide will introduce you to the city as you pass by The Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum, Seaport Village, the Convention Center and Horton Plaza.

Experience the historic 'Gaslamp Quarter' en route to the Coronado Bay Bridge with its view of the city. Your tour continues to the jewel of San Diego - Balboa Park, home to 15 museums, 12 gardens and the San Diego Zoo. On your way to Old Town, the Birthplace of California, you will travel through Little Italy, once home to San Diego's booming tuna fishing industry.

Hop-on, Hop-off

Leaving Old Town, your trolley will return to the ship. Old Town Trolley is the best way to see San Diego with 11 convenient stops including Old Town, Harbor/Cruise ship, Seaport Village, Horton Plaza, Gaslamp district, Coronado, Balboa Park/Zoo, Little Italy.

Please note: This tour involves minimal walking and guests may choose to get off the Trolley at any of 5 stops. Guests are then responsible for re-boarding another trolley on their own, for the remaining circuit that leads back to the port (space based on availability of each trolley that stops approximately every 30 minutes). The trolley may not be exclusive to Silversea guests.

San Diego Highlights & Gaslamp Quarter

As the birthplace of California, San Diego has set the standard for the state's carefree and casual lifestyle. Indeed, blessed with a rich history, stunning geography, and a Mediterranean climate, San Diego is without exaggeration one of the world's most delightful cities.


Highlights include a brief tour of Coronado and a visit to one of San Diego's most treasured icons, the Hotel del Coronado. As a national historic landmark, the lavish Victorian dream is the last seaside resort remaining from California's opulent 1880s and it is recognized throughout the world. Coronado boasts a beautiful beachfront and in 2012 was voted the #1 beach in the United States.

Balboa Park

Your next destination is Balboa Park, site of the 1915-16 Panama-California Expo. The park is acclaimed for its horticultural treasures, including eight splendid gardens, award-winning rose and butterfly gardens and an outstanding botanical building housing over 2,000 different tropical plants. All these botanical marvels are set among manicured lawns, shady groves of majestic trees or nestled in peaceful vistas.

Old Town

Take a trip back in time to San Diego's birthplace as we visit Old Town. The area not only reflects the city's beginnings, it also marks the place where California itself came into being. It was just above this area that Padre Junípero Serra established Mission San Diego de Alcalá in 1769, creating California's first permanent European settlement.

Gaslamp Quarter

As we return to the downtown area, step into the historic Gaslamp Quarter and experience San Diego's early lifestyles on a 45-minute walking tour. See the 19th-century Victorian buildings filled with stories of the past, such as the gambler and saloon owner Wyatt Earp, and Madame Cora, one of the famous madams of the day. Walk through the days of the 1880's land boom and the red-light district in this now trendy urban setting known for its dining, shopping, museums and entertainment venues.

Maritime Museum

On your return to the ship, view the vessels of the Maritime Museum. This historic fleet includes the oldest active sailing ship, the Star of India, ferry boat Berkeley, steam yacht Medea, and a 1914 pilot boat.

Please note: This tour involves moderate walking and is suitable for guests with limited mobility; however it is not wheelchair accessible at all venues. We suggest guests dress in seasonal clothing, wear flat, walking shoes and bring a light sweater or jacket from the ship.

Hoteles en San Diego, California


THE US GRANT, a Luxury Collection Hotel, San Diego, you'll be centrally located in San Diego, steps from Westfield Horton Plaza and minutes from San Diego Opera. This 5-star hotel is close to San Diego Convention Center and Balboa Park.


THE US GRANT, a Luxury Collection Hotel, San Diego, you'll be centrally located in San Diego, steps from Westfield Horton Plaza and minutes from San Diego Opera. This 5-star hotel is close to San Diego Convention Center and Balboa Park.


Our Simply Hotel selection is the perfect choice for those who want a centrally located setting from which to discover - or rediscover - the city. Rooms in these 4.5 and 5-star properties are generally Standard Double or King rooms that provide comfortable accommodations and superior service for those who wish to extend their trip with a cultural or shopping experience in some of the world's most iconic cities.

For your convenience, we can easily organise transfers between the airport and hotel or between the hotel and the pier so that you only have to decide how much or how little you wish to do.

Hotel brands that we consistently feature include Intercontinental, JW Marriott, Fairmont or the Conrad Group.