Romantic Ideas in San Diego

San Diego has a long list of romantic activities for residents to choose from.

If you live in San Diego and you want to spice things up with a loved one, plan to propose, or just want to impress a date, this city on the Pacific Ocean has a variety of romantic locations for you to choose from. Whether you want to have a quiet night together, or explore the city, San Diego offers world-class romantic activities that will surely impress anyone.

Take a Gondola Ride

From 11 a.m. until midnight, you can take a romantic cruise on a gondola along the Coronado Cays. Romantic sunset cruises, with complimentary dessert plate or appetizer, blankets and wine glasses provided starts at $99 for two people. Professional mandolin or violin players are available for an extra $85 per cruise. Massage cruises are also available for couples, at $419.

Take a Carriage Ride

Horse-drawn carriages are available for a special night out, with prices starting at $35 for a ride along The Embarcadero, or The Gas Lamp Tour through historic San Diego, for $90 with the Cinderella Carriage Co. Carriage rides are also available for hotel and restaurant pickups, and gift certificates are available by contacting the company.

South Bay Drive-In

Curl up in the car for a romantic movie night. Open seven days a week and 362 days a year, the South Bay Drive-In was first opened in 1958 and boasts three screens with double-features. The snack bar features Mexican food and all the regular candies and treats. Admission is $7 for adults and coupons are available online for guests.

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Rachel Oakley has written professionally since 2003. She has worked as an editorial intern at "The Onion" newspaper and freelanced for the educational website Gigglepotz. She also worked as an editorial assistant in Australia, while completing college. Oakley holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and philosophy from the University of Adelaide, Australia.

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