Tijuana boasts the ‘most crossed border in the world,’ and in many ways is a typical border town with its vibrant cocktail of cultures, vigorous nightlife, great range of restaurants and bars, and sleazy red light district.

Plaza Rio

Plaza Rio it is a leading mall in constant renewal providing healthy entertainment to visitors in Events Square, site where various groups are artistic, cultural and educational, which generates a friendly and family fun.

Valle de Guadalupe

Barely an hour from the border near San Diego and minutes from the port city of Ensenada, Baja California’s dry and sunny Valle de Guadalupe is one of the most intriguing destinations for food and wine in North America right now.

Revolution Street

Avenida Revolución, the only street many American tourists visit, is more known for its thumping nightclubs and tchotchke shops than its quality drinking and dining. But the city’s culinary revival now has extended to this touristy stretch. From gastropubs to breweries, there is no better time to cross the frontera.

Playas de Tijuana

The Malecon “Bicentennial” Playas de Tijuana is a link circuit of four miles of interconnected pedestrian bridges from the Azteca park to the border with United States of America in the city of Tijuana. Enjoy the ocean and multiple marine food.