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10 ways to stay classy in San Diego

You know what they say about cajoling Anchorman quotes into headlines: 60 per cent of the time, they hardly ever work so don’t even attempt it.

We digress. If you’re still scanning the web for that big 2017 getaway, pining for warmer climates beyond Easyjet’s reach, then the land of Ron Burgundy, AKA San Diego, could be the one.

Home to one of the world’s best year-round climates, this bohemian paradise is packed with sprawling trails, incredible vistas, miles of crashing shorelines and hipster neighbourhoods teeming with craft breweries and first-rate food joints. It speaks volumes about the town that LA crowds come fleeing here for weekend getaways in their droves.

No matter where you're coming from, here's our guide.


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