Top 5 Tips from Locals
San Diego is an ideal place to hold your bachelorette party. Our sunny weather, incredible beaches, and vibrant downtown scene make this town the absolute best spot to escape and celebrate the beginning of married bliss with your girls.
But, before you head into town for your bachelorette party, take a look at these Top 5 Tips from San Diego Locals for how to get the most out of your time in America’s Finest City.
Tip #1: Forget the beach or downtown, and be treated like a VIP on the San Diego Chauffeured Winery Tour or Brewery Tour for your Bachelorette Party. These all-inclusive Bachelorette Party Tours will whisk you away to the gorgeous vineyards or hip breweries in San Diego and give you locals-only access to the finest San Diego has to offer. Instagram-perfect vistas await you on these tours, which run year-round and can be booked online. Book your San Diego Bachelorette Party with San Diego Beer, Wine & Spirits Tours by visiting their website or calling 858-551-5115.
Tip #2: Pack Flip Flops, and wear them with everything. You may have heard rumors that San Diego locals wear flip flops everywhere: to the office, to school, to restaurants, and even to church. Well – it’s true! Flip flops are to San Diego what the LBD is to NYC. Pack a few pairs, or plan to pick up a few pairs while you’re here.
Tip #3: Try the tacos. Seriously. Fire up your Yelp app and look for a 5-star taqueria near your hotel. San Diego taco shops have incredible eats at killer prices. Locals come for the sunshine, and stay for the tacos.
Tip #4: Plan your day around commute times. While locals love living in San Diego, they don’t love the crowded freeways. Locals understand that – with a little planning – rush hour traffic can be avoided. Since you’re already going to be chauffeured around (see Tip #1 above), you won’t have to worry about traffic too much. But for the times when you’re not on the VIP San Diego tour, consider looking into the San Diego train and trolley system, and don’t think about driving anywhere until after 9 a.m. or between 3 p.m.-6 p.m.
Tip #5: Above all else, have fun. It doesn’t matter if you prefer outdoor adventures, are more of a spa-girl, or want to wander through museums – San Diego has it all. And since the weather is probably 74 degrees and sunny, it’s always a great time in San Diego.