Marriott Hotel Tijuana

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Blvd Agua Caliente 11553, (formerly Emporio Tijuana), Tijuana, Baja California, 22420, Mexico
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by pkirbysmith

is there long term parking in san diego for trolly to tiajuana

Re: parking

by lmkluque

How long of a term are you thinking of?

At some of the Trolley stations there are parking lots, but I'm not sure how long you can park there at a time.

Downtown San Diego have parking lots that charge by the month, but am not sure if the car can stay overnight. If so, you would most likely not be able to retreive your car while lot hours are closed.

Other than that the only long term parking I know of is at the airport. It's not a convenient place regarding the Trolley, but you could take a bus from the airport to a Trolley station.

I would also mention that near the border in San Ysidro there are quite a few lots that charge by the day which may allow you to park long term, but again, I've never inquired about that so couldn't say for sure.

Re: parking

by juliogg

Hello pK. At the end of the Trolley line there is a Jack in the box. Behind this there is a parking lot w/ Lterm. Also across the street there is an ACE Parking also. These are great because when you cross back to USA on foot, your car will be close by. If you are just going for the day then all trolley stations allow for UN-SECURE parking. Secure long term (many days) parking is also AT and near the SD Airport and as mentioned from there you can easily catch the trolley.

Travel Tips for Tijuana

Telnor Public Payphones

by machomikemd

you can call local or international at the public payphones in the Tijuana area. the public phones are operated by a mexican company called telnor or Teléfonos del Noroeste ("Telephones of the Northwest") which is a big company providing telephone and internet services since 1981 (DSL through Prodigy and E1). It operates in the Mexican states of Baja California and part of the northwest of Sonora, It is part of Grupo Carso Telecom, which is owned by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim. the call rates are 2 mexican pesos for a local call (for 5 minutes) to a landline and 3 mexican pesos a minute to calls on cellular phones and 5 mexican pesos a minute for calls to the United States (both landline and cellular phone calls) and 7 mecian pesos a minute when calling other international destinations. really handy if you left you celphone at home when going here and the public phones are located everywhere!

Crossing Into Mexico

by al_mary

We park on the U.S. side, costing us
only $5.00 USD to park for the day.

It is alot of fun to walk over the border,
because you get to see the sights on
both sides. Going back to the U.S. is
alot quicker walking through Customs
than driving thru ....

Stay away far far away

by ChefSalt

I highly urge you all to skip this city
I found it to be the armpit of my entire trip.
Tijuana is a filthy disqusting City However you can get great deals on fake Watches and chess boards
the donkey painted like a zebra is rather entertaining as well

I really can not think of a...

by miner

I really can not think of a single reason why anyone would want to go to Tijuana.But my loved shopping there and haggling with the vendors.She could come home with all kind of goodies and the satisfaction that she got a bargain. Seeing it for the first time.That was my first 'foreign 'country.

Check out the Federales, these...

by Yubert

Check out the Federales, these guys are all over the place ever since 9/11/01. I felt safer knowing that police protection has been increased on both isdes of the border. They guys may look menacing but they're very friendly, this one was happy to pose for a picture.


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Address: Blvd Agua Caliente 11553, (formerly Emporio Tijuana), Tijuana, Baja California, 22420, Mexico