Foodie families and travelers know there’s no better way to explore a new city than by letting your taste buds be your guide. Eat your way through San Diego’s culinary scene with your teens, adult children and a few like-minded travelers on your next visit with these family-friendly tours.
With a few options to choose from, Bite San Diego offers walking tours through the city’s most popular neighborhoods. Taste local cuisine with tours through Coronado, North Park San Diego, La Jolla, Encinitas’ restaurants, Liberty Station and Downtown San Diego.
With a wide variety of dining options and scenes to settle into to, there’s bound to be something to entice even the pickiest eateries in your crew. For something more exclusive, Bite San Diego is available for private tours, and a great way to celebrate or commemorate your trip to the City by the Bay.
For the Eastern-inspired palates in your group, Wild Foodie Tours boasts a San Diego Dim Sum Tour filled with traditional Asian delights sure to impress any Asian-fusion eater. For another authentically inspired food tour, San Diego International Food Tour offers an eclectic lineup of Mexican, Filipino and Chinese dishes.
Take a bite out of San Diego’s diverse dining scene with either of the all-inclusive tour options, each boasting opportunities for some shopping at nearby boutiques, culture and education stops along the way and some expert information on the region’s fun local history. This is better suited to the less picky eaters in your group as it offers a wide selection of international delights.
With a variety of tours, including Brothels, Bites & Booze, Tequila, Tacos & Tombstones and Vino! Vino! Little Italy! Wine Tour!, So Diego has a little something for everyone. Maybe more for the older kids (21 and up) and adults in your crew, each tours offers a twist on San Diego’s dark side. Enjoy some great food and cocktails with the favorite tours available, or build your own based on your group’s specific interests.
Create a custom tour and celebrate a special occasion, family reunion or just make the most of your family vacation. Either way, dining out in San Diego is a great way to build memories with the family. Let your growling stomachs be your guide and get the lay of the land from a local foodie perspective.
Are your kids astronaut wannabes? Or maybe a holiday tradition in your family is to re-watch Macauley Culkin’s Home Alone every year. Either way, the brand new, dual-branded 342-room Hilton Garden Inn/Homewood Suites by Hilton Chicago Downtown South Loop and the historic 1928 Whitehall Hotel have packages designed for the little ones in your family.
The Grinch reimaged in intricate ice carvings, superfast indoor snow tubing and a Ferris wheel ride with Santa high above the D.C. area. Sound like fun? You and your family can experience all this and lots more this holiday season at Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center.
Traveling the countryside without adding miles to your car may sound like a riddle, but it’s really just a clever family travel plan offering the best of both worlds. Enjoy quality time with the family and view rolling scenery without having eyes on the road with train travel.
While urban wine country might sound like an oxymoron, it’s actually a reality at the stunning City Vineyard in New York City’s Tribeca neighborhood. The water-side venue is the perfect host for your next event — whatever that may be, from 20 to 200 guests and from cocktail party to plated dinner.
Not a fan of giant cruise ships? This might be the year to put Celestyal Cruises on your radar, especially if your dream family destinations are the Greek Islands, the eastern Mediterranean and, new for next year, the Adriatic.