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... more
I have spent almost 90% of my time in Playas (the beach area of Tijuana) over the past 5 years. A few months after arrival I found a Taxi Libre driver that I have used ever since, probably 2 dozen... more
Another option for travel between San Diego and the Tijuana Airport is the Volairis Shuttle.
Volaris has a shuttle service. The charge at this writing is $15.00 one way and that includes crossing the... more
Easy and fast: no border check-up, walking time to the downtown 10-20 min.,
Very cheap (shoes needed :-),
Heat (in summer).
BY A CAR
if you like driving hehe or want... more
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... more
1. There is an airport in Tijuana so you could fly in, but driving across is the most common way to get there.
2. Another way is to take the SD Trolley (Blue Line) from San Diego to the border,... more
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... more
Tijuana is right across the US border in California. On my 2002 trip to the US I went there just to see what was going on over there. I saw a lot of changes, stores for rent, less people. In 2000 this...