Getting Around San Diego

The San Diego Trolley stops on property (Fashion Valley station) and offers easy travel around San Diego, stopping at Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego State University, Old Town, Seaport Village, Horton Plaza, the downtown Gaslamp District, the Convention Center and the U.S./Mexico border.  You may purchase an all-day pass on the trolley for $5, which is also valid on city buses.  For longer treks, Avis Rental Car is conveniently located on the Town & Country grounds.

Public transportation between the San Diego airport and the Town & Country: For an easy, inexpensive, and green alternative to renting a car, use the trolley and connecting airport bus to travel to and from the hotel. The 992 Airporter bus makes five stops at the airport; one at the commuter terminal, two at Terminal 1, and two at Terminal 2. To pick up the bus, go to the curb outside the baggage claim areas and look for the signs for the 992 Airporter. Purchase a $5 fare that will allow you to transfer to the trolley. Take the 992 downtown to the America Plaza trolley station, and take the Blue Line trolley heading for Old Town (5 stops). At the Old Town station, all passengers deboard the Blue Line and board a Green Line trolley (you will have no choice; this is the end of the Blue Line route). Continue on the Green Line east two more stops to the Fashion Valley station. The Town & Country is immediately south of the tracks; use the stairway and ramps on the north side of the tracks to access the hotel. The 992 and trolleys run every 15 minutes, and the entire trip should take about 20-30 minutes.