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Postcard from Italy: 8 Ways to Experience the European Country

San Diego Magazine art director Sydnie Goodwin recently traveled to Rome, Florence, and the Amalfi Coast
July 19, 2018

A Family Afar: The Benefits of Staying Close to Home

Our travel blogger dad celebrates a family milestone with a staycation—and realizes you don't have to journey far to reap the benefits of travel
July 16, 2018

Here's Where to Find Cape Cod Style in Orange County

Lido House debuts in Newport Beach
July 13, 2018

The Scott Gets a Refresh in Old Town Scottsdale

Take a trip to Arizona to visit the revamped desert retreat
April 6, 2018

3 Days in Amador County: Where to Eat, Drink, and Stay

Just one hour from Sacramento, Amador County is known for its rich Gold Rush Country and even richer reds
January 15, 2018

A Family Afar: Seattle Is So San Diego

From the far ends of the West Coast, the two cities are strikingly similar
January 9, 2018

4 Getaways That Give Back

From mentorship to baby turtle releases, hotels are adding “voluntourism” to the amenity list
October 16, 2017

Postcard from Sweden: 6 Ways to Experience Stockholm

San Diego Magazine’s digital production manager and editor recently revisited her native Nordic country. Here are the best memories from her trip.
October 6, 2017

How to Spend 3 Days in Park City

Our ideal itinerary for three action-packed days in the Utah ski town
October 4, 2017

3 New Reasons to Pack Your Bags and Get out of Town

A new airport ride service, flight experiences, and more
September 25, 2017

11 of the Best Hikes in Hawaii

Hiking is practically a way of life in San Diego, so why not hit the trails on your Hawaiian vacation
August 14, 2017

Road Trip: Exploring the New Oregon Trail

Skipping Portland in favor of wine country, small towns, and ocean views
July 21, 2017

3 New Reasons to Visit Palm Springs

Thanks to the reopening of two boutique hotels and the city’s growing culinary scene, this nearby hot spot is giving us new reasons to hit the desert
July 18, 2017

A San Diego-Based Travel Company Tours Africa

Werner Kurn turns a childhood memory into a bucket list African safari through his local travel company
July 5, 2017

The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel Turns 90

Our tips for an adult spring break at the famous Tinseltown site
April 11, 2017

7 Unique Yoga Experiences Worth Traveling For

Add a little excitement to your shavasana with these far-flung yoga adventures
April 6, 2017

10 Scenic Hikes Within an Hour of San Diego

You’ve mastered all the trails in your area—now plan a Saturday to get outside for a hike and enjoy the views just a bit farther afield
April 4, 2017

7 Reasons to Get out of San Diego

Pack your bags and take in these nearby attractions from Tahoe to Los Cabos
March 31, 2017

Where to Go Skiing this Winter

From vintage ski wear and secret BBQ pop-ups to free lift tickets and omakase-style stays, welcome to ski season 2017
December 23, 2016

The Best Places to Wine, Dine, and Relax in Arizona

The Phoenix metro area is anything but a food desert, starting with South American-style wines made from Arizona grapes
December 23, 2016

4 Reasons to Get out of Town in October

From art to photography adventures—get into the fall wanderlust spirit
September 23, 2016

Weekend Getaway: Pasadena

Known for its stylish vintage shops and burgeoning restaurant scene, the L.A. suburb makes the ideal spot for a weekend with the girls
September 23, 2016

4 Luxe Airstream Resorts to Fall in Love With

Somewhere between hotels and camping is a new form of glamping
September 23, 2016

A Family Afar: Exploring the Ruins of Cambodia

Jon Bailey and family visit Cambodia's 900-year-old Angkor Wat ruins
June 24, 2016

Palm Springs' La Quinta Resort Turns 90

Well before Coachella brought hipsters to the desert, there was La Quinta
June 24, 2016

Splash Worthy: 4 Pools You Don't Want to Miss

The heat is on! Take a dip in these unique hotel pools.
June 24, 2016

A Family Afar: The Priciest Place on Earth

Jon Bailey on an important, but expensive, family rite of passage
March 25, 2016

Wine Beyond Napa

Tired of Napa’s crowds and commercialism? Escape to these lesser-known NorCal wine spots.
March 25, 2016

Tijuana is Stationed for Change

A new live-work-drink space hopes to revitalize one of Tijuana’s oldest neighborhoods
March 25, 2016

Drink This: Clamatos Bebe

Located in Tijuana’s La Ermita neighborhood, the quaint Clamatos Bebe is known for the many renditions of its namesake drink
February 26, 2016

Rosarito's Best Seafood Tacos

What began as a roadside fruit stand south of Rosarito is now home to K38
February 26, 2016

Inside the Icon: Christ of the Sacred Heart

The 75-foot statue of Christ of the Sacred Heart is impossible to miss when driving along the Baja coast south of Rosarito
January 22, 2016

Eat This: Duck Machaca Pizza at El Taller

Mechanic shop turned industrial chic Baja Med restaurant El Taller elevates Tijuana’s pizza game to new heights
January 22, 2016

Border Report: The Magic of Tecate

Tecate unveils major renovations as a member of Mexico’s cultural hotspot list
December 23, 2015

Destination: New Orleans

A decade after Hurricane Katrina, the Big Easy is booming, with new businesses, trendy restaurants, and more.
December 23, 2015

Have Hobby, Will Travel

Weekends in Mexico for the golfer, yogi, and photographer
December 23, 2015

Border Report: Día de los Muertos

Where to go and what to eat across the border for Día de los Muertos
October 30, 2015

Eat This: Yellowtail Tiradito with Uni

Verde y Crema is named after the restaurant’s grounds, formerly the headquarters and parking lot for Tijuana’s “green and cream” city buses
October 30, 2015

Burgers Without Borders

Tijuana is putting a gourmet spin on the quintessential American sandwich
October 30, 2015

Destination: Seattle

Culture, nature, and culinary delights collide in the Emerald City. Come hungry!
September 25, 2015

Staycation San Diego

Three great escapes in our own backyard
September 25, 2015

Walking into Tijuana Now Costs Money

Itching for a Baja getaway? A new border regulation means it’s going to cost to cross
August 25, 2015

Celebrating the Red, White, and Green

The history behind Mexico’s tricolor symbol of independence
August 24, 2015

The Other Side of Baja

Seafood, the Sea of Cortez, and ancient cacti are the draw in San Felipe
June 24, 2015

Travel and Wellness: Get Ready to Glow

Hawaii’s tropical terrain is brimming with holistic ingredients to purify, soften, tighten, and illuminate
June 24, 2015

Sweet, Serene Sedona

“God’s country” is, well, technically all of it. But if your Almighty had to write down a mailing address, Sedona might be it
June 24, 2015

Eat This: Seared Abalone from Manzanilla

The port city of Ensenada offers both lovely views of the Pacific and a bounty of fresh seafood
May 22, 2015

Where Chefs Get Schooled

Wannabe Plascencias are drawn to Tijuana's Culinary Art School
May 22, 2015

Step up to the Plate

One public health incident put Tijuana’s 500 Chinese restaurants in peril. It’s time to restore balance
May 22, 2015

It’s Tecate Time!

Mexico’s first canned beer was born just across the border
April 24, 2015

Eat This: Beef Tongue Tiradito

If you’re itching to take advantage of Valle de Guadalupe’s natural bounty, Deckman’s En El Mogor is your answer
April 24, 2015

Tijuana Craft Beer: Plaza Fiesta is Back

An old hangout becomes Tijuana’s first open-air craft beer galleria
April 24, 2015

The Journey of Our Traveling Backpacks

A Family Afar
March 23, 2015

Trip Diary: On the Road

How one group of friends gets paid to travel
March 23, 2015

Travel: Kapalua’s New Landlord

The new Montage Kapalua Bay, on Maui’s west side, beckons with low-key, yet ultra-luxe vacation options
March 23, 2015

Destination: Joshua Tree

Quiet isolation and awe-inspiring views create a soothing elixir. Drink up!
March 23, 2015

Tijuana Zonkeys Play Hoops

The border city’s stake in the most important basketball league in northwest Mexico
February 23, 2015

Eat This: The Kraken

Tacos Kokopelli has brought innovative tacos and unforgettable salsas to the streets of Tijuana
February 23, 2015

The Border Waiting Game

Know how long the lines are before you get to the border
January 27, 2015

Eat This: Tostadas

All hail the queen of streetside seafood, Doña Sabina Bandera
January 27, 2015

Holistic Health in Mexico

Looking for an alternative to prescription pills? Head south
January 27, 2015

Meet Don Ramen

Chefs Javier Plascencia and Adria Montaño bring the first-ever set of wheels offering ramen to Tijuana
December 23, 2014

Mexico Two Ways

Charter a yacht, or navigate the aisles of a busy mercado? Here are two different vacations in our favorite country to the south.
December 23, 2014

Seasonal Travel: Ski Vacations

From hybrid lifts to hillside DJs, there’s a whole new world at these easy-to-access ski resorts
December 23, 2014

The Statues of Paseo de los Heroes

The fleet was born during the urbanization of TJ's River Zone
December 23, 2014

Inside the Icon: Mercado Miguel Hidalgo

Exploring Tijuana’s oldest outdoor market
November 26, 2014

Home-Cooked Meals in Tijuana

La Carmelita is a new-wave food truck known for 'cocina de hogar' (home cooking)
November 26, 2014

Boutique Shopping South of the Border

A guide to the surprisingly stylish retail in Tijuana. Believe!
November 26, 2014

Tijuana Art Comes to San Diego

With open arms, the art world embraces contemporary artists from Tijuana
October 23, 2014

Party Like It’s 2007

The creators of a TJ signature sound are ready to change tracks
October 23, 2014

Tijuana’s Balboa Park

Okay, it’s not in a park. But the center’s packed with culture
October 23, 2014

Freshen Up at the Hotel

Check in feeling jet-lagged, check out looking revitalized
May 19, 2014

Hawaii’s Sophisticated Side

Hawaii’s largest city is abuzz with hip new neighborhoods, chic hotels, and a burgeoning culinary scene
May 7, 2014

A Tijuana for the Next Generation

The border report
April 11, 2014

Rosarito–Ensenada Bike Ride

The Border Report: Mexico on two wheels
March 14, 2014

Fantasy Island

Maui takes R & R to another level, with new luxury hotels, elevated cuisine, and SUP yoga. Two tickets to paradise, please.
February 13, 2014
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