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Chula Vista, CA Travel, Photos Information and News

Chula Vista is San Diego County's second largest city with over 230,000 people, and is located just minutes south of downtown San Diego. Bordered by the Pacific Ocean on the west and mountains on the east, Chula Vista's 50 square miles offers great beauty though its location, and lives up to its Spanish name which means "beautiful view". With its own lovely bay and marina, and just a few miles to the Mexican border, the city is at the center of one of the richest economic and culturally diverse zones in the United States.

Where to eat:

The Cheesecake Factory 2015 Birch Rd.
Chula Vista, CA 91915

Highlights of Chula Vista:

One of the nation's few year-round U.S. Olympic Training centers

Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre

Knott's Soak City USA

Top-notch golf courses

Chula Vista Nature Center

Third Avenue Village, a shopping district with events such as an annual Tree Lighting Ceremony and Christmas Parade with over 5,000 participants. Another popular event sponsored by the village association is Lemon Festival which celebrates Chula Vista's heritage as the "Lemon Capital of the World" each August. Join the free fun on Third Avenue from E to G Streets with entertainment on three stages, art displays, lemon contests, a kids' fun zone, carnival rides, inflatables, a classic car show and more. Sponsored by the Third Avenue Village Association, (619) 422-1982.

Things to do in Chula Vista include events such as the annual Lemon Festival.

Chula Vista history is tied to lemon growing.




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