Cruises from San Diego depart year-round.
The Southern California city is approximately two hours south of Los Angeles. It is about a five-hour drive from Las Vegas, NV, and about six hours from Phoenix and Tucson, AZ. San Diego is known for its 70 miles of coastline and San Diego Bay, which is home to 16 bayside parks, landscaped promenades and public art. Visitors can go shopping in Seaport Village, visit the Maritime Museum, take a trip to SeaWorld and the San Diego Zoo, or take an Old Town Trolley Tour. Visit one or more of San Diego's historic districts: The Gaslamp Quarter is home to dining, shopping and entertainment, while Old Town San Diego has 15 museums, performing arts and beautiful gardens.
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Driving Directions and Parking Information for the Port of San Diego
Port of San Diego
"B" Street Cruise Ship Terminal
1140 Harbor Drive
San Diego, CA 92101
The Port of San Diego is located within 5 miles of San Diego Lindberg Airport. Parking is $10.00 - $20.00 per day (rates subject to change).
Traveling from the North - On I-5 Southbound, take the exit for the San Diego International Airport. Continue straight on Kettner Boulevard. Turn right on Laurel Street. After crossing over Pacific Highway, stay in the left lane; the right lane will take you to the airport. Turn left on Harbor Drive and proceed to the terminal.
Traveling from the North and South (alternate route) - On I-5 north or south, take the Front Street exit and head south on Front Street. Turn right on Broadway. Turn right on Harbor Drive and proceed to the terminal.
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