One of the oldest cities in the County of San Diego, National City has been one of the top destinations for would-be residents for close to a hundred years. Founded in 1868, National City can sometimes be cheaper to live in than other areas nearby, but it still doesn’t skimp on the upsides.
National City sits near both San Diego and Mexico, opening up both amenities and travel options for its residents.
The community in National City is very diverse with the area rich in American, Spanish, and Mexican history. In recent years, the area has seen several other ethnicities rise in population, Germans, Irish, Native Americans, Japanese, Polish, Latin-Americans, and Filipinos are some of the most populous ethnicities in the area.
Active people will find National City amazing, hosting many significant events that make living there a lot more exciting. A great example is the National City Automobile Heritage Day Car Show, one of the premier car events that have been running since 1991.
National City offers temperate weather, contributing to the more active lifestyle and social scene being cultivated by the local community.