Chula VistaLocated between Downtown San Diego and Tijuana, Mexico, Chula Vista is at the heart of one of the most culturally diverse areas in the United States. The city’s name, which is Spanish for “beautiful view”, was inspired by its gorgeous natural surroundings, with San Diego Bay bordering the city to the east and the foothills of the Jamul and San Ysidro Mountains flanking it to the west.
Living in Chula VistaChula Vista is the second largest city in the San Diego Metropolitan Area and the 15th largest city in California. Within this expansive area are acres of ecological preserves, as well as around 60 parks and miles of trails. It’s no surprise that some of the best things to do in the area are outdoor activities like hiking, camping, boating, and fishing. Chula Vista is called the Lemon Capital of the World as it once was the largest producer of lemons worldwide. While it no longer holds that distinction, the city continues to celebrate its agricultural roots with the annual Chula Vista Lemon Festival, a highly anticipated event where you can enjoy live entertainment and various activities for all ages, as well as a wide array of lemon treats and beverages. Chula Vista also features large performance venues. The North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre can accommodate around 20,000 people and has hosted some of the biggest musical acts in the country. Memorial Park and Bowl has a capacity of around 700. The city’s OnStage Playhouse Theatre stages six community theater productions a year, as well as other performances and events.
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