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A famously welcoming climate graces the San Diego area. You're unlikely to need an umbrella with just 12 inches of rain a year, and temperatures are like a warm hug year round. Most travelers visit in summer, ... Read more
though the months which see the most sun are actually December to February. Prospects for a perfect tan may be frustrated by fog in May and June, so if a beach vacation is your bag, skip those months, but overall, travelers are free to enjoy the sea lions, beaches, and trendy Gaslamp Quarter without much worry for the weather.

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Vista reviews

  • 9.8
    History Buffs
  • 9.8
    Art & Design Lovers
  • 7.5
    Foodies
  • 7.5
    Outdoor Enthusiasts

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Local from San Diego

This little North County city is quickly becoming an up-and-coming community, emerging from its unfortunate past as the "ghetto." New eateries are cropping up in a city that, up until now, was stuck in fast food chain hell, while cinemas, public parks and green spaces, andopen-air theaters are bringing a breath of fresh air to a town whose only entertainment was a 50-year-old run-down entertainment center.

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Melbourne
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Vista is a small southern California city tucked between Oceanside and Escondido in North San Diego County. I spent some formative years in Vista when my father was stationed at Camp Pendleton. The little city was known at one time as the avocado capital of the USA.

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The best Pho around!

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