Tijuana Things to Do

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  • 1. Avenida Revolucion

    3 out of 5 stars

    avenida revolicion is central tijuanas main street , it is roughly 15 blocks long and is the street most frequented by tourists in the city although it had many more tourists before the drug violence...

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  • 2. The Border

    Haha, when you pass the U.S. - Mexico border in San Ysidro you will see - look at my picture - quite another world: a lot of mainly old looking cars - taxis painted in yellow and the dark-skinned...

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  • 3. Jai Alai Palace

    Historically Tijuana has grown by offering U.S. citizens that which they couldn't get at home. Agua Caliente Racetrack opened in 1916 just a year after the U.S. outlawed horse racing. Later...

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  • 4. Zona Rio

    assorted views around the Zona Rio Area. the Zona rio area is less touristy than the zona centro area but it is here where you can see the central business district of tijuana and also the many...

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  • 5. Tijuana Arch

    the huge Tijuana Arch welcomes you to the tourist center of Tijuana or Zona Centro (the other main areas of Tijuana are the Zona Rio or business district and the Zona Norte or the infamous red light...

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  • 6. Cultural Center

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    This is a world class museum in Zona Rio, a part of Tijuana few tourist come to. Inside is a Theater and IMAX theatre and the Museum of the Californias along with many temporary exhibits. Admission is...

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  • 7. Wax Museum

    Wax Museum of Tijuana Open Daily 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Entrance: $15 pesos (About 1 US dollar) The only Wax Museum in Mexico. There are 90 wax figures of the world of history, entertainment and of...

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  • 8. Shopping

    Tried to take a taxi to downtown, we wanted to see the happenings in Tijuana. The driver left us off at a mall. American chain stores, not what we were looking for but enjoyed seeing the Mexican...

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  • 9. Mariachis

    You must come to Tijuana in a festive mood. Go with the flow. Walking along Avenida Revolution you'll hear the happy sounds of Mariachis liven up the area. They even play a song just for you if you...

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  • 10. Hawkers

    As all I did in Tijuana was shop. I was only 14 at the time and found the whole experience very different to my lifestyle. All I really remember many people trying to sell us leather jackets and...

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  • 11. Day Trip

    About two hours away from Tijuana, right along the United States/Mexico Border, opposite the miniscule town of Calexico, California you will find Mexicali. Mexicali is often times known only as the...

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  • 12. Pre-Columbian Style Sculptures

    Obscured by the hectic tourist activity along Avenida Revolucion these marvelous pre-Columbian-style sculptures stand at various spots throughout the Avenue and...

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  • 13. A Pleasant Resting Place

    This small park comes into view as you decend the west end of the bridge from Plaza Viva Tijuana. The lower three block section of Articulo 123 / Calle 1, from...

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  • 14. Plaza Viva Tijuana!

    Plaza Viva Tijuana is relatively new and though there is an order to the structures, it doesn't have the historical presence found on Avenida Revolucion.It is a...

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  • 15. Playas de Tijuana

    Playas is the word for Beaches in Spanish. If you are not a surfer nor a Bull Fight aficionado you may not even have heard of Playas de Tijuana.However, at the...

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  • 16. the best pizza in the world is in tijuana!

    the best thing about this street is that they have this pizza place "landinis pizzeria" that is really by far the best pizza i ever had, thin and crispy,...

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  • 17. Assorted Tijuana City Views

    the different faces of tijuana area as the sprawling city of tijuana has many city views which are contrasts. Tijuana is both a progressive city and a city of...

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  • 18. San Ysidro Border Crossing

    You can do the border crossing in many ways. Most people drive to the border in San Ysidro, park their cars, and TJ is just right there. Others get there via...

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  • 19. Sit on a donkey/burro

    On most street corners there are donkeys/burros, where foolish tourists (including me) can park their bum, wear a silly hat and have their photo taken with an...

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  • 20. Tijuana - the city

    Tijuana is quite an interesting city. Extremely busy, somewhat dirty, very typical of many other cities in the world. Haggling, cheap viagra (!), kids begging...

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  • 21. If you're not here for the Viagra...........

    ..................then you can always get your teeth fixed!Aside from the tourist tack places and the pharmacies, the majority of the "shops" here seemed to be...

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  • 22. The Minaret

    This is a historical monument of Tijuana is one part of the old casino of Agua Caliente, this casino has been demolished in the 1940's in the program to build...

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  • 23. Bull Fights or Animal execution?

    I never really got into this, but it's part of the culture and history of Mexico!Cheer On The Matadors Or The Bulls It Will Be A Memorable day.Bullfighting...

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  • 24. mexicans didn't dance on our hats.

    park the car on the usa side,walk thro' into another world,just getting the bus from the border crossing into the town was enlightening.the bus would have been...

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  • 25. Calle Constitución

    Walk down Constitution, between Calle 8 (8th Street) and Calle Juárez. I would start up around Calle 6, and walk north to Calle Juárez, turn left, go one block...

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