Cheap Flights to San Diego from Hobart»
Following are all flights compared from Hobart, Tasmania, Australia to San Diego, United States. We compare cheap one-way and round-trip flights to all US destinations including Hobart airport from airlines including Virgin Australia (VA), United Airlines (UA). Discount return air fares to San Diego returning to Hobart start at $1543.64 from Virgin Australia (VA) to $2247.55 from United Airlines (UA). Airfares and cheap flights to San Diego (SAN), United States (US) may include deals for non-stop or multi-legged economy, business and first class tickets departing from San Diego (SAN).
Cheap Flights to San Diego from Hobart
|From||Departing||Returning||Class||Prices From (AUD)|
|30 May 2013||19 June 2013||Economy||$1,543.64|
|23 October 2013||30 October 2013||Economy||$2,247.55|
San DiegoOne of the southernmost cities in the state of California, San Diego will a ppeal to vacationing Australians. This beautiful city is certainly worth a flight out to California. San Diego is best known as the home of the world-famous San Diego Zoo. With over 4,000 animals spanning 800 different species, the San Diego Zoo is one of the largest zoos on Earth. Must-see exhibits include the Giant Panda research station, the Polar Bear Plunge and the Ituri Forest. The San Diego Zoo is fiercly dedicated to promoting conservation and protecting endangered and threatened species. Downtown San Diego, otherwise known as Centre City, is home to a variety of historical sites, such as the Horton Grand Hotel, Sant
HobartA cheap flight to Australia can land visitors in Hobart, harbour capita l of Tasmania, which lies at the base of Mount Wellington. The centre of the city is within walking distance to the waterfront, where yacht races take place throughout the year and fresh seafood is served from the punts at Constitution Dock. Visitors may choose their watercraft and cruise the harbour, ideally in the summer while the weather is dry but not too hot. Salamanca Place still has waterfront warehouses from the 19th century. Today, they house restaurants and cafes for alfresco dining and art galleries. The world-famous Salamanca Market, held every Saturday for the past 30 years and still going, offers arts and crafts, fresh produce, music,