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San Diego Minute: Holiday Edition

We explore some of San Diego's can't-miss holiday traditions



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San Diego has more than a few ways to get in the holiday spirit. In fact, we rounded up 67 of them for our December issue. If you need more help deciding how to celebrate, check out this episode of San Diego Minute. We went to Westfield UTC, Balboa Park's December Nights, and the Hotel Del's seaside skating rink to uncover all the festive ways to experience the city.

We teamed up with Enjet Media to produce the San Diego Minute series. Watch all the videos as we take you all over San Diego showing you the raddest places and spaces in 60 seconds or less.

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