Travel Information & Things To Do 2022

Travel Information 

Airport: San Diego (SAN) International Airport is 7 miles from the Town and Country Resort.

Train: Amtrak Pacific Surfliner stops at the Old Town Transit Station which is 2 miles from the Town and Country Resort.

Trolley: The Fashion Valley stop is on the San Diego Green Trolley line is 0.5 miles from the Town and Country Resort. The Trolley covers 65 miles of San Diego with 62 stations.

Uber/Lyft: Many spots to explore San Diego are a 10 to 15 minute ride from the resort. The Town and Country is located north of many tourist areas and just east of the beaches. 

Things To Do

Shopping: Fashion Valley Mall is an upscale open air mall directly adjacent to the resort and has 200 stores including Tiffany, Versace, Cartier, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and Prada and department stores Bloomingdale's, Macy's, Neiman Marcus, and Nordstrom. Over 25 dining spots such as Tommy Bahama Bar, Silverlake Ramen, North Italia, Blanco Tacos + Tequila, True Food Kitchen, Cheesecake Factory, P.F. Chang’s, and California Pizza Kitchen. 

Golf: Located directly adjacent to the east of the resort is Riverwalk Golf Course. A 18 hole resort style full length par 72 course.

San Diego Neighborhoods worth checking out:

Balboa Park: 2.5 miles. 1,200-acre wonderland in the heart of San Diego, America's largest urban cultural park. With 18 museums, striking Spanish Colonial Revival architecture, gorgeous gardens, and the San Diego Zoo, it’s San Diego’s crown jewel.

Gaslamp: 4 miles. Where modern architecture and Victorian Age buildings stand side by side, you'll discover eclectic galleries, chic boutiques, trendy nightclubs, rooftop bars, gastropubs, craft beer haunts, and fine dining restaurants lining the streets.

Hillcrest: 1 Mile. The vibrant uptown neighborhood of Hillcrest stands as San Diego's LGBTQ+ hub, offering an array of bars, restaurants, coffee houses, and unique shops.

Little Italy: 3.5 miles. Today, San Diego's most dynamic food and drink scene is centered in Little Italy. It's a place where the past meets the present, where Top Chef alums have set up shop next to old-school eateries that remain local landmarks.

North Park: 4 miles. Forbes named North Park one of America's best hipster neighborhoods. It’s home to Craftsman cottages, cafes, and coffee shops, microbreweries and art galleries. 

Pacific Beach: 4 miles. P.B. (as the locals call it) is a favorite spot for younger adults enjoying the party atmosphere, frequenting the area’s restaurants and bars—some just steps from the sand.