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Tijuana holds bragging rights to being arguably the most well-known Mexican place in the country as well as the largest city in the Baja California Peninsula. As a global urban center that perches on the border of the U.S. and Mexico, Tijuana is a major tourist destination that attracts hundreds of thousands of American visitors annually. Furthermore, due to its expansive size, the city is divided into eight distinct boroughs which include neighborhoods like Centro, La Mesa, and Otay Centenario. Tijuana boasts a pleasant Mediterranean climate with hot summers and stays relatively dry with its lack of significant precipitation.
Things to do in Tijuana
Since Tijuana is on the border, its cuisine is heavily influenced by its neighboring nation. Embark on a guided food tour to sample the city’s tasty eats such as Tex-Mex dishes composed of enchiladas and paired with refried beans and rice. Moreover, diners can find traditional Mexican establishments as well as more contemporary eateries such as the much-lauded Caesar’s Restaurant and Misión 19. Tijuana is distinguished from other Baja Californian cities because of its vibrant, exciting nightlife. The majority of the bars and pubs are concentrated in the Avenida Revolución and Calle Sexta intersection nicknamed “La Sexta.” Notable venues include the Coko Bongo Mega Nightclub and Las Pulgas Disco Club. A family-friendly attraction is the Tijuana Cultural Center (CECUT). CECUT features a bookshop, cinema screening movies and documentaries, esplanade that hosts festivals and performances, garden, and art gallery. Moreover, there are hands-on arts and crafts workshops for children ranging from toddlers to teenagers.
Day trips from Tijuana
The Mexican city of Ensenada is located southward from Tijuana with about a two hour drive. Ensenada is also a popular coastal tourist destination since several cruise lines dock at the city’s port. Every year, Ensenada hosts the Wine Harvest Festival as well as Carnaval Ensenada. Accordingly, as far as food goes, this beach city is renowned for its fish tacos and ceviche. Starting from Tijuana and driving for about an hour northward across the U.S. border leads to San Diego. Famous attractions in the city include SeaWorld; Belmont Park, a beachfront amusement park with a nostalgic ambiance; and the sprawling San Diego Zoo with its adjacent Safari Park where visitors can see animals roam vast fields.
Visitors who love the beach are in luck since there is no shortage of gorgeous coastal properties at Tijuana. From modern penthouses with views of the ocean to cozy condos, the beachfront city has a vacation rental to fit almost any budget.
Transportation in Tijuana
The primary bus station in Tijuana is situated in the eastern part of the city. The major operating bus lines are Transporte Efectivo Express de Tijuana (TEEXTI) as well as Azul y Blanco de Magallanes (Blue and White). In downtown, there is a small terminal with U.S.-based Greyhound Lines and several Mexican bus services. The bus station situated near the border provides routes to major cities like Ensenada, Guadalajara, and Mazatlan. Another way to navigate in and around the city is via yellow or black cabs and fixed-route taxis. Only U.S. dollars and Mexican pesos are accepted as currency for transportation.
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