San Diego Convention Center
On the Embarcadero in downtown San Diego, the Convention Center provides the best of facilities for trade shows, conventions, and even corporate meetings or all sizes. For breaks and outdoor events, there are landscaped terraces available that overlook the bay.
The civic theater in the Convention Center, offers 2,975 seats for meetings and formal assemblies. This helps to make the Convention Center the biggest and best equipped of all performing arts theaters in San Diego.
With its great views of the water and city, the Convention Center is also convenient to hotels, shopping stores, and plenty of entertainment. Within walking distance you also have the Gaslamp Quarter, Horton Plaza, Petco Park, and Seaport Village.
Held here, are events such as the International Auto Show, Boat Show, and many others. The San Diego Convention Center is located at 202 C. Street, in downtown San Diego.
Undergoing expansion in 2001, the center doubled it’s space. It now offers 500,000 square foot of exhibit space, 90,000 square feet of multi-function space, 72 meeting rooms, and now 90,000 square foot of glass enclosed pavilion.
Those visiting the San Diego area or those who reside here should check with the Convention Center to see if there is anything going on. The Convention Center is a great place to visit – especially if there is something interesting going on.
Seaport Village San Diego
The Seaport Village of San Diego combines the best of waterfront shopping, dining, and overall family entertainment. While the Marina Park is here as well, nearby is the small but popular San Diego public park.
In Seaport Village you’ll find 14 acres of pleasure with more than 75 shops and galleries, restaurants, and eateries on the sidewalk. Even though the area is primarily targeted towards visitors, locals get the best of the best with the restaurants and their out of town company.
The San Diego Pier Cafe is also here, which is one of the best known restaurants in the area. Located on the bay, the cafe provides seafood with breathtaking views.
The Seaport village provides a great place to view Coronado and the Coronado Bridge, as it overlooks the harbor. Just a short stroll from the village, you have the San Diego Convention Center, Petco Park, and the Gaslamp Quarter.
Providing plenty to do and plenty of things to see nearby, Seaport Village has it all going on. A visit here is unlike any other, as the city of San Diego will always have something unique to offer you and your entire family.