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HI-San Diego Downtown

In the midst of the bustling Gaslamp Quarter, San Diego Downtown hostel offers you a place to rest, recharge, and interact with your fellow nomads. This nonprofit hostel has been shaped and maintained by its ferociously attractive staff who have injected their encyclopedic knowledge of San Diego into their hostel. But you don’t have to look too hard to find their impression...

HI-San Diego Point Loma

HI-Point Loma - A San Diego Hostel that Feels Like Home

HI-Point Loma youth hostel is set in the middle of a quiet, friendly residential community in San Diego. A beautifully renovated grocery store, several restaurants, a charming public library and a bank are all within a block of HI-Point Loma hostel. With ample free parking, a nearby bus stop and secure bike...

About San Diego

There are so many reasons San Diego is a popular destination for travelers. The city enjoys fantastic weather year round, and is close to the ocean, mountains and desert, providing a wide variety of outdoor recreation options. The beach culture is very strong, and its not uncommon to see people hurrying to the beach for a lunchtime surf. San Diego’s location just north of the US-Mexico Border makes it a great destination for travelers heading into Mexico or on to central & South America. Tijuana is just [X] miles away, making it an easy day trip from San Diego. The HI-San Diego Downtown hostel is located in the city’s historic Gaslamp Quarter, known for its sidewalk cafes, nightclubs, shops, and 1860’s architecture. The HI-San Diego Point Loma hostel is located in a residential community close to Ocean Beach, a casual bohemian locale with excellent vintage shopping, a delicious farmers market, and a laid-back beach lifestyle. San Diego hosts several annual festivals, including the famous Street Scene Music Festival, one of America’s largest annual music festivals Points of interest Belmont Park Belmont Park is a classic beachside amusement park, complete with carousel and wooden roller coaster, along with shops and cafes. Balboa Park Balboa Park is one of the country’s oldest urban recreational areas, first set aside in 1835. It also features architectural landmarks from the 1915 Panama-California Exposition and 1935 California Pacific International Exposition. Its also the home to the famous San Diego Zoo. With more than 4,000 animals, the famed San Diego Zoo is one the largest in the world, as well as one of San Diego’s most popular attractions. San Diego Wild Animal Park Not exactly a zoo, the San Diego Wild Animal Park includes a tram ride to view giraffes, elephants, and other animals roaming through a massive sanctuary built simulate their natural habitat. Old Town San Diego Old Town San Diego is a historic park that presents how the village of San Diego appeared back in the early 1800s before the development of the current downtown. It features five original adobe buildings, a blacksmiths shop as well as traditional homes and gardens, shops and restaurants. Events April Art Walk Art Walk is a two day arts festival featuring works for sale from over 350 artists, as well as food and live music in San Diego’s Little Italy neighborhood. July San Diego Comic Con Every year, Comic Con takes over the San Diego Convention Center, celebrating comic books, graphic novels, and the comic culture. Wether you come to check out the exhibitors or just to see fans dress up as their favorite characters, you’re in for a treat! August Street Scene Street Scene strives to be “San Diego’s Ultimate Block Party”. It takes over the East Village area near Petco Park for two days in August and presents a variety of well known musical acts on several stages.