Tijuana is a large city that, like all the world, awakens the spirit of adventure that we all have. There is always something to do, somewhere to go, something to eat, etc. and the people are very friendly, I'm from Tijuana and I must tell you that you will not regret getting to know this city.
Situated in the north Ensenada, it offers a great experience for the traveler. It boasts an incredible wine route with fabulous food. Its beaches make this city one of the most complete tourist destinations to visit.
We went out to that beach a bit away from the city of Ensenada to take pics. Behind the beach there are some hills. We walked along the cliffs of the hills. We came to a hill where we rested. We took some pictures and ate a snack. We thought of going to a beach not far from there but a mate made him want to go to the bathroom so the teacher went with her. A few minutes later a fellow was about to go over the precipice, but luckily grabbed some branches. It is a great area to take pictures and have a little adventure, a place that no one should miss.
This is a small town south of Ensenada, to be exact in the central desert of Baja California which is home to an area called the Valley of candles because of the countless varieties of cactuses with an impressive groth. The place has a spectacular environment and is surrounded by a small mountain with huge rock formations combined with the variety of flora and convinación with sun shades that projected to pass by a gentle breeze is amazing!
This is an amazing place that combines an Imax cinema, a theatre and the Museum of the Californias, recounting the history of Tijuana and Baja California. It also has a new expansion, "The Cube," which is a centre of art exhibitions and a pre-Hispanic garden. I recommend it. It takes several hours to enjoy it. You have to live it!
San Diego and Tijuana are centers of the same metropolitan area divided by the border. The San Ysidro border crosses the busiest in the world with over 50 million people crossing from a year. The majority of these are workers who live in Tijuana and work in San Diego or the other way around. Americans also cross into Tijuana to purchase services (that are cheaper in Tijuana than in California. The tails are important crossing in San Ysidro, mostly for those traveling by car, and especially from Mexico to USA. For this reason many cross as pedestrians, as the line for these is often much faster than by car. Some travelers own a car in each country, and park it in parking lots near the border. Others choose to use the public transportation systems of both cities. It's easier to take the train in the center of San Diego to the border and walk into Tijuana. You can also arrive by car parking on the side border of the U.S. and then taking a bus to the center of Tijuana. We had no problems at the intersection and also border agents in the U.S. were of Hispanic origin and can communicate in Spanish. They were very friendly and recalled that Mexico was not what you see in Tijuana.
TheTijuana brewery , which is very European in style, is one of the city's attractions. A wooden tavern where you can cool off with 5 beers for just 33 pesos (just over € 1.5) The service was very good and the staff were very friendly! It also offers a tour of the back to show how they prepare their beer. It is a very peaceful place to spend some time away from the harassment of the city's traders.
An enigmatic and mysterious work of nature, situated in the town of Tecate on the road between Mexicali and Tecate, in Baja California. At more than 1200 meters above sea level you can enjoy the wonderful landscape here.
The Rosarito beaches are a more friendly destination than Baja California. They offer gastronomical choices, beaches, hotels, spas, art and furniture, all close to the Wine Route in the Guadalupe Valley, about 40 minutes from Ensenada, 15 minutes from Tijuana, and 30 minutes from San Diego, California. Now we have a convention center, the Baja California Center.