Tijuana Transportation

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  • 1. San Diego Trolley

    Since the majority of people going to Tijuana are coming from the San Diego area, it may be useful to know that from most hotels / motels there is a bus that will take you to a trolley station. The...

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  • 2. Taxi Cab

    The safest way to get around in Tijuana is by using one of the Yellow Cabs located right at the border as soon as you cross. All the Yellow Cab drivers are insured and are registered. They are also...

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  • 3. Walking

    The border crossing at Otay Mesa is a bit easier than San Ysidro if you are crossing on foot. The crossing takes less than 10 minutes normally when going from the US to Mexico. The Otay Mesa crossing...

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  • 4. Tour Bus / Bus

    Transferring from the TIJ airport to and through the border or the other way around from San Diego has many options. One that may not be readily apparent is the Volaris Shuttle. You don't really have...

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  • 5. Car / Motor Cycle

    There are a few car rental agencies in San Diego that will allow you to take your rented car into Tijuana, however, another consideration is to rent a car in Tijuana. Here is a list of Tijuana car...

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  • 6. Plane

    The Tijuana Airport is actually closer to the Otay Mesa border crossing than the main TJ/San Ysidro crossing. I was pleasantly surprised at how efficient the facility operated. I flew in on a Baja...

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  • 7. Bicycle

    Riding a bicycle across the border is one way to get around the long line of cars at the border check. However, you still have to go through a security check, but the inspection is faster than for a...

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  • 8. U.S. border to Tijuana Airport

    If you are by chance taking a Volaris flight out of TJ I would recommend taking a cab from San Diego airport to the greyhound bus station (not the train...

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  • 9. Local Transport Buses & Taxis (part I)

    Whit the exception of "Taxi Libre" and the Yellow Taxis in the border other types of transport can be confusing for the tourists, but is more cheaper, than two...

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  • 10. Driving out of Mexico

    As with walking into Mexico, there seems to be only token border control when driving. Leaving Tijuana does however need a bit of patience - noting that this...

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  • 11. Walking Out of Mexico

    Whilst walking into Tijuana from the US is simply a matter of walking through couple of turnstiles with virtually no border control, returning will involve a...

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  • 12. Walking Into Mexico

    As soon as you pass through the turnstile coming into Mexico you will be accosted by the local taxi drivers. If all you are doing is coming over to visit...

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  • 13. Mexican Car Insurance

    If you're going to drive into Mexico I'd advise you to buy Mexican car insurance in San Isidro (the last U.S. city before entering into Mexico). It's only a few...

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  • 14. Park Your Car on the U.S. Side

    If you are driving to Tijuana from LA, I think it's always smart to leave your car on the U.S. side of the border and just walk across into Mexico. Once over...

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  • 15. There are several ways to get...

    There are several ways to get to the Tijuana border:San Diego Trolley: (619) 231-8549 Regular service is provided from downtown San Diego. The trip takes...

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