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There are several locations where foreign visitors can convert currency in San Diego. The main currency exchange company in San Diego is Travelex, the world’s largest retail operator. There are two locations at the San Diego Airport and several more throughout San Diego County. Their details and a currency converter are provided below.
Location: Downtown San Diego (From the San Diego Convention Center to the Airport)
Hours: Always Open
Things to Do & See: Enjoy the Views of San Diego Harbor and Skyline while walking several miles along the waterfront, visiting world-class attractions, dining at restaurants, shopping in unique stores, looking at artwork, and people watching. You can also ride an Antique Carousel or take a Horse-Drawn Carriage Ride.
Location: Mission Valley (7 Miles / 15 Minutes Northeast of Downtown San Diego)
NFL Football: Fall Sundays at 1:25PM:
College Football: Saturday, August 30; Time TBD: Northern Arizona vs. San Diego State University
Features: Learn what to expect, see, and do in and around Qualcomm Stadium San Diego.
Location: Downtown San Diego (Little Italy), Old Town
Open Daily: 8:30AM – 5PM
Cost: $49 and Up
Features: Two-Seat Fun Car Rental That Tells the Story of San Diego While You Tour the Town
San Diego offers a number of airports for private plane travel. Below, you will find general location information, Google Maps, and web site links for each of the airports.
Zipcar provides cars that can be rented by the hour or by the day. They have two locations in San Diego – the UCSD campus, which is near La Jolla Shores, Torrey Pines, and University City and the UCSD Medical Center in Hillcrest, just a few miles north of downtown San Diego. Check for new San Diego locations on the Zipcar web site. You must apply to be a Zipcar member in advance. Learn more about Zipcar. If you are looking for Flex Car, the company was acquired by Zipcar.
Features: Get your cameras ready for taking lots of pictures in San Diego County. Learn what to expect, where to look for great photo opportunities, and where to go to address any camera problems you may have while visiting San Diego.