San Diego Port FAQ

Q. How do I get from the airport to the cruise terminal?

A. Cruise lines typically provide transfers from the airport to the B Street Cruise Ship Terminal, located at 1140 North Harbor Drive in downtown San Diego. By taxi, it takes only about five minutes to get from the airport to the cruise ship terminal.

Q. Where can I find long-term parking for the duration of my cruise?

A. Parking and shuttle services are available within a half mile of the B Street Cruise Ship Terminal. Directly across the street from the terminal, Lane Field has ample parking. Expect to pay around $12 a day. For current rates please call (619) 230-1435. Many hotels also offer long- term parking at reasonable rates.

Q. What hotels do you recommend for pre- and post-cruise?

A. Click here.

Q. How do I get around downtown?

A. San Diego offers good public transport, and you’ll find no shortage of taxis at the cruise port, but the best way to explore is to walk. The cruise terminal is convenient to hotels, restaurants, shopping areas and the city center. You can also hire a pedicab on the Embarcadero and let someone pedal you to Horton Plaza, Gaslamp or Seaport Village. Or to see many of San Diego’s major attractions, hop on Old Town Trolley Tours for a two-hour tour. Jump aboard at the B Street Cruise Ship Terminal and get on and off as many times as you like while making the complete loop. Shuttles run every 20 minutes. Attractions include: Seaport Village, Gaslamp Quarter, Horton Plaza, Coronado, Balboa Park, San Diego Zoo and Old Town San Diego State Historic Park.

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