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About San diego

On the Pacific Coast of California, San Diego is the eighth-largest city in the USA. Thanks to the plenty of sunshine, 70-miles of coastlines, exciting outdoor activities, theme parks, and museums, San Diego is undoubtedly one of the top tourist destinations in the US. Not only the coastlines and the pleasant climate, but even its mouth-watering Mexican cuisines too are also famous among the natives and tourists. The city welcomes visitors from all over the world. If planning a trip from Tucson, book Tucson to San Diego Flights at just USD 218.

If traveling from Tucson, take the flight from Tucson International Airport (TUS) and land at San Diego International Airport (SAN).

Best Time to Visit San Diego

San Diego has a Mediterranean climate with mild, dry weather, and a year-round temperature of 68℉. The winters here are cooler and witness low rainfalls. The best time to visit San Diego is from March to May and September through November.

Flights from Tucson to San Diego

The distance between Tucson (TUS) and San Diego (SAN) is 407.3 miles. It is better to take a flight while traveling  from SJC to San Diego. Several airlines like Alaska, United, Delta, American Airlines offer flights on this route. However, there are no direct flights available on this route. Hence expect one or more layovers at Phoenix, Los Angeles, and Salt Lake City. It takes 2hour 37 minutes to reach your destination.To avail cheap flights from Tucson to San Diego, book your seat with American Airlines at the cost of USD 218 for a one-way trip and USD 398 for a round-trip.

Furthermore, the nearest airports to travel between the two cities are Tucson International Airport (TUS) and San Diego International Airport (SAN).

Here are some insights concluding flight fares from Tucson (TUS) to San Diego (SAN):

AirlinesOne-wayAirlinesRound Trip
American AirlinesUSD 218American AirlinesUSD 398
DeltaUSD 236DeltaUSD 402
United AirlinesUSD 254United Airlines
Southwest Airlines
USD 415
United+AlaskaUSD 278United AirlinesUSD 430
United+FrontierUSD 298United+Alaska
Southwest Airlines
USD 446
Alaska AirlinesUSD 305United+Alaska
United Airlines
USD 462
Alaska+UnitedUSD 324Alaska Airlines
United Airlines
USD 485
Southwest AirlinesUSD 345United Airlines
United+Alaska
USD 495

Best Places to Eat in San Diego

Herb & Wood

Herb & Wood

This open-air dining place is decorated with gas lamps and potted plants. The menu has been inspired by the Mediterranean dishes, which are roasted in a wood-fired oven. The Baja shrimp is one of the popular dishes here.

Hodadies

Visit Hodadies to satiate your craving for burgers. Its loaded bacon cheeseburgers and fries are popular among the visitors. It is a low-key spot and walls graffitied with stickers.

Dija Mara

Love Asian Food? Look no further than Dija Mara. It offers delicious southeast Asian dishes like Chinese Yu Choy, Mie Goreng, Nasi Goreng, etc. Order a glass of wine from its bar menu and enjoy the evening munching on some snacks.

Best Hotels in San Diego

Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Name – Hilton San Diego Bayfront  

Location: 1 Park Blvd, San Diego,, California 92101

Fare: USD 494

Sheraton La Jolla

Name – Sheraton La Jolla

Location: 3299 Holiday Ct., La Jolla, California 92037

Fare: USD 210

Porto Vista Hotel

Name – Porto Vista Hotel

Location: 1835 Columbia St. San Diego,California 92101

Fare: USD 156

Best Places to Visit in San Diego

San Diego Midway Museum

San Diego Midway Museum

San Diego is a big military town and is home to some of the US military bases. Visit the USS Midway Museum, which is a historic naval aircraft carrier. It has an extensive collection of 29 restored aircraft, some of which had flown in World War II.

Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve

Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve

With 1750 acres of unspoiled land, this natural reserve houses exotic flora, including America’s rarest pine tree. Visit the reserve during spring to take in the beauty of blooming wildflowers.

Gaslamp Quarter

Gaslamp Quarter

This historic district reflects San Diego’s pulsing nightlife. The Victorian buildings, restored in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, are now home to the city’s famous entertainment venues, restaurants, art galleries, and boutiques.

FAQs

  • What is the flight duration from Tucson to San Diego?

    The flight duration will be about 2 hours and 37 minutes.

  • Are there any direct/non-stop flights available for Tucson to San Diego?

    There are no direct flights on this route. Expect one or two layovers at Phoenix, Los Angeles, and Salt Lake City.

  • What are the best flights from Tucson to San Diego?

    The best flights from Tucson to San Diego are offered by American Airlines at a one-way trip of USD 132 and round-trip at USD 235.

  • Is San Diego safe to travel?

    San Diego (SAN) is a safe city, provided that you dress down without any flashing jewelry, watches. Moreover, it's best to follow safety precautions to avoid any unnecessary nuisance.

  • Can I take flights from Tucson to San Diego now?

    Yes, you can take flights from Tucson to San Diego, but with some travel restrictions, including the covid-19 negative report taken within three days before departure or a valid vaccination certificate. If you're a non-resident of the U.S., you need to show travel insurance and medical declaration documents on the top of your valid passport.

  • Which Airports will I be using to fly from Tucson to San Diego?

    You will board a flight from Tucson International Airport (TUS) and land at San Diego International Airport (SAN).

  • What is the best day to fly from Tucson to San Diego?

    While traveling from Tucson to San Diego consider flying on a Tuesday, and avoid weekends since it’s more expensive.

  • What is San Diego famous for?

    San Diego (SAN) is mainly known for its sunny weather, great nightlife, colorful buildings, pristine beaches, and Mexican cuisines.

  • What is the language spoken in San Diego?

    The languages spoken in San Diego are English and Spanish.

  • Is San Diego worth traveling to?

    San Diego (SAN) is considered as one of the best places for explorers. However, it's best to follow a travel itinerary to avoid any unnecessary confusion.

Tucson Airports Near Origin

  • Tucson International Airport (TUS)
  • Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport (AZA)

San diego Airports Near Destination

  • San Diego International Airport (SAN)
  • McClellan Palomar Airport (CLD)

Tucson Flights from Origin

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San diego Flights to Destination

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