There are many shops within San Diego Airport to browse for gifts and souvenirs as well as items to use during the trip. Among these are a scattering of high end boutiques waiting to tempt you. There is shopping in all of the terminals, but the greatest concentration of stores is on the top floor of Terminal 2.
Tech n’ Go has a wide selection of technological devices and accessories. There are also Best Buy automated shops for the purchase of prepaid cards.
You can stop off at one of the many book stores and news stands to get reading material for your flight. These include Global News, Baja Books, Daily News and San Diego News Connection. Last minute gifts and souvenirs can be found at Water's Edge (Terminal 2), Sunstyles and Spirit of San Diego to name a few. See's Candies offers many delectables for those with a sweet tooth.
The San Diego International Airport is currently adding even more shops and restaurants in the interest of further providing the perfect fit for every traveler’s taste. The new Duty Free shop is one of these stores now enabling international travellers to purchase perfumes, alcohol, tobacco and other common duty-free items.
There is no end to what a person can do after flying into San Diego. Public transportation will take passengers to any place they want to go within the San Diego area, but for exploring the nearby mountains, using a cheap SAN car rental is the best way. By reserving a car a significant amount of time before the trip, customers can be assured they have received the cheapest SAN car rental rate available from the car rental company.
San Diego is famous for its many local attractions, but this can make it difficult to choose where to start upon arrival. Sea World is a wonderful adventure for adults and children. It is best known for the shows put on by different sea mammals. The shows run many times a day and include a whale show, a dolphin show, and a seal show. Additionally, Clydesdale horses are stabled in the park. Guests are allowed to walk through to see and pet them. These are the largest breed of horses in the world. Also for animal lovers is the San Diego Zoo. The zoo is famous for the variety of animals they keep and breed. Among the animals exhibited are pandas, koala bears, tigers, meerkats, and elephants. The zoo offers special tours before regular zoo hours and a safari experience that takes visitors off the paved walkways and into the zoo’s natural exhibits.
Do not forget that San Diego sits next to the Pacific Ocean. This means that there are numerous sunny beaches for visitors to relax on as well as boardwalks for them to explore. Walking along the sun-soaked beaches is one of the most eagerly anticipated activities sought by visitors, and for a good reason. The sights offered by the San Diego beaches are wonderful. There is always a chance to see migrating whales or dolphins pass by on their way to destinations unknown. Seals also like to soak in the sun and can often be found lying on rocks, enjoying the day.