San Diego (SAN) Car Rentals - California
The FOX San Diego location is open from 04:00am until 12:30am daily.
CAR RENTAL IN SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA
Our San Diego location is now at the San Diego airport for our convenience, offering cars ready to cruise around the harbors and up the coastal freeways. Whatever rental car you need to complete your California trip, Fox can help you.
THINGS TO DO IN SAN DIEGO
San Diego, California has one of the most temperate climates in the country. Known for its mild weather year-round, San Diego is a rare city that gives you the California experience of a big city, yet sprawled in and around hills surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and inland greenery. From San Diego, you’re only 2-3 hours away from skiing, desert and downtown Los Angeles, making it a good base for your visit to California.
When you visit San Diego, you’ll have many options of things to do. Here are a few suggestions to start with:
- Museums – San Diego is home to many museums, with Balboa Park being a central location to around 17 different types of historical buildings including the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center and the San Diego Museum of Art . The USS Midway is also available to tour, just to the side of Seaport Village, a mecca of shopping, food and relaxed strolls along the bay.
- Water sports and activities – San Diego has year-round opportunities for water activities, from sailing, jet skis and parasailing to themed yacht and boat cruises around the bay and beneath the bridges. If laying next to the water and observing is more your style, that is always an option, too, as many beaches surround the area; be ready to share with wildlife and photograph the amazing sea life.
- Amusement parks and family fun – Sea World is located in downtown San Diego, not far from the Gas Lamp area, Paradise Point and the boardwalk. While you’ll need to drive to get to Sea World, much of the area allows for parking and walking or shuttling between your hotel and venues. San Diego Zoo and the wild animal park are a little more outlying from central San Diego, but both are well worth the few minutes on the road.
- Restaurants and nightlife – Downtown San Diego is full of history, from the “haunted” Whaley Museum to boutiques, quaint hotels and unique restaurants to suit all of your foodie needs from morning to night. Parking can be tight so keep an eye out for public parking lots that rent you space by the day. There are also areas to enjoy a picnic and breathtaking views.
San Diego is large and multifaceted and full of too many entertainment and vacation choices to list. Sprawling hills are within just a few moments’ drive and all areas are easily accessible via major freeways. Traffic can be heavy at times so keep an eye on your GPS or map application to choose your best route, especially during peak business hours. Whatever your focus is for our San Diego trip, you’ll be sure to find it and more.