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Multicultural, young, irreverent, borderline, innovative and creative, the city of Tijuana (map) fits all these adjectives, while it does not stop evolving. Just across the border from San Diego, California, USA.

Most tourists enter Tijuana through the border crossing at San Ysidro (map) in California, which is reportedly the busiest border crossing in the world. The crossing can be made by car, bus, or on foot.

Avenida Revolución (map) is perhaps the backbone of tourist activity and the place where a good part of Tijuana’s life happens. Tijuana is on the ocean, but is not known for its beaches, for boating, or as a seaside resort. However, it is in cabbing distance of *Playas de Rosarito (map).

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Downtown Tijuana (map) is referred to as the Zona Centro. It includes Revolucion Avenue (map), which is the main tourist drag. For about 8 blocks, Revolucion is lined with shops, bars, and restaurants, many aimed at tourists. This is what most day-trippers to Tijuana experience, and it should go without saying that Revolucion is not representative of Tijuana and certainly not of Mexico.

The Zona Rio (map) is a fashionable middle class Tijuana neighborhood known for its shopping, night clubs, and restaurants. A visit to the Zona Río presents a sharp, mostly favorable, contrast to the touristy Zona Centro. Destinations include the Mercado Hidalgo (map), a large open farmer’s market, the Plaza Río (map), a popular shopping mall, and countless restaurants, many of them with excellent reputations.

Playas de Tijuana (map) is the beach neighborhood of Tijuana. It includes the Bullring by the Sea, and some decent restaurants, but is mostly residential. The beaches are considered inferior to nearby Rosarito and are not a big attraction.

Tijuana’s Zona Norte (map) is adjacent to the tourist zone in the Zona Centro, to the north, and just south of the border. This zone is primarily residential and also includes the local red light district. Prostitution is legal in this zone and very visible.

About Mexico

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Mexico City

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#1 Visit Cancun

Cancun is renowned for its stunning white sandy beaches and crystal-clear turquoise waters. + vibrant and energetic nightlife scene.

#2 Guadalajara

The vibrant city of Guadalajara, located in the heart of Mexico. Indulge in the vibrant flavors of traditional Mexican cuisine.

#3 Oaxaca City

Immerse yourself in Oaxaca’s vibrant celebrations and festivals, rich indigenous heritage, and colonial architecture.

Public transport.

Information about all types of public transport.

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BUS: ABC (Autotransportes de Baja California)Grupo Estrella Blanca (White Star)ETN (Enlances Terrestre Nacionales)GreyhoundInternational Bus LinesTAP

mexicoautobuses.com • ClickBus. If traveling by bus, be sure to take the express (first class) buses (directo, sin escalas, primera clase), if available ⇒ ADO, Primera Plus, and ETN.

TRAIN: Amtrak (San Diego, Yuma, Del Rio и El Paso). The only available passenger train is the Chihuahua al Pacific Railway (CHEPE) operated by Ferromex between Los Mochis and the city of Chihuahua, through the Copper Canyon.

AIRPORT: aeropuertosgap.com.mx – operates 12 airports in the Pacific region of Mexico.

FERRY: Baja Ferries – Provides ferry services between Baja California and the mainland (La Paz ⇔ Topolobampo). Ultramar – Offers ferry services to popular destinations like Cozumel and Isla Mujeres. Ferries Mexico – Offers information on ferry services in Mexico, including routes, schedules, and fares.

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A foreign national wishing to enter Mexico must obtain a visa unless they are a citizen of one of the 68 eligible visa-exempt countries.

Chichen Itza.

Chichén Itzá is the largest of the archaeological cities of the pre-Columbian Maya civilization in the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico.

Day of the Dead.

The multi-day holiday involves family and friends gathering to pray for and to remember friends and family members who have died.

Mexico Desconocido is a popular website that covers various aspects of Mexican culture, including cultural events, traditions, history, and tourism. They feature articles, guides, and news about festivals, exhibitions, concerts, and other cultural happenings throughout the country.

AeroMexico is a major Mexican airline that offers domestic and international flights. Their website allows you to search for flights, manage bookings, and access important travel information.

Rentalcars.com – allows you to compare and book car rentals from various providers in Mexico. It offers a wide selection of vehicles and flexible options to suit your travel needs.

iVisa is an online platform that simplifies the visa application process. It provides information on visa requirements, allows you to apply for certain types of visas online, and offers support throughout the application process.

XE Currency Converter is a reliable tool for checking currency exchange rates. It can help you convert currencies and plan your budget while traveling in Mexico.