We know there is so much to see and do in San Diego, but lucky for you Town and Country San Diego is located in the middle of it all. Our San Diego hotel near the Fashion Valley trolley station makes it the ideal way to explore all of the local attractions that the area has to offer. Here is the traveler’s guide to navigating San Diego via the MTS Trolley Green Line Stations.
What You’ll Need
To start your journey from Town and Country San Diego, you will need a ticket to board the trolley. All ticket information can be found here.
Green Line Trolley Stops
Old Town San Diego
Get a San Diego history lesson and a tasty taco while exploring Old Town San Diego. Developed in 1769, Old Town showcases numerous historical sites, pueblo-styled buildings and authentic Mexican eateries. While you’re there you can catch a show at the Theatre, take a walking tour at the haunted Whaley House, or enjoy a picnic at Heritage Park.
The next stop is for your taste buds. The streets of Little Italy are lined with patio cafes and restaurants featuring the best Italian cuisine in San Diego. Then while your food is digesting, you can enjoy the many boutique shops and art galleries.
Little Italy is also just a short walk from the San Diego Harbor where you will find the Waterfront Park. If you hop back on the southbound trolley and get off at Santa Fe Depot, you can admire the classic architecture of this historic train station that was built in 1915.
There is no lack of restaurants and shops at Seaport Village. This is the perfect destination to find street performers, balloon and caricature artists, and souvenir shops. Enjoy a walk along the water while yachts, cruise ships and naval vessels sail by. Want to be a part of the action? Jump on a harbor tour or take a walking tour of two historic maritime vessels, the USS Midway and Star of India.
If you brought your dancing shoes and an appetite, then you don’t want to miss this stop. Gaslamp is crawling with unique restaurants, bars and night clubs. Pay close attention to the historical markers outside each building, you could discover that you’re eating dinner in what used to be an old shoe shop, lawyer’s office, or even a sheriff station from the 1800’s.
If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind nightlife experience, try the Prohibition Speakeasy, Cat Eye Tiki Bar and Vin De Syrah. Breathtaking views more your thing? Take your party to the ALTITUDE Sky Lounge.
Whether you want a taste of San Diego history or a night out on the town, there is a trolley stop in San Diego for everyone. The MTS trolley runs every 15 minutes. See complete schedule.