Tijuana Up & Down City Tour from San Diego

  • Tour code: 334-1874
  • Available: Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun
  • Depart from: San Diego, CA
  • Duration: 5 Hours
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sightseeing the major attractions of Tijuana. Visit Old Town Transit Center, Town & Country Hotel and so on.

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  • Day 1 San Diego-Tijuana-San Diego(37 miles)
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Day 1 San Diego-Tijuana-San Diego(37 miles)

Come aboard this tour from San Diego to nearby Tijuana, MX and fall in love with Mexico!

After crossing the border, we will visit the most interesting places in the largest city of the Baja peninsula. On our exploration of the city, we will visit the demolished Tijuana Bullring, the Tijuana Water Tower and the Hipodromo.

We'll end our tour on the Avenida Revolucion, which in the past was an important center of economic development known as the center of prohibited entertainment for people from the US. Currently, it is the center of tourist activity in Tijuana, with many cantinas, table dance bars, dance clubs, and art galleries.

Before you go to the many little Mexican craft shops, you will experience the Tijuana tradition of making your own taco at the lovely restaurant La Placita. The taco is made with a delicious tortilla filled with meat, chicken or veggies, and all the trimmings such as guacamole, salsa, cilantro and onion.

At the end of the day, we will return to San Diego and be dropped off at the departure point, having learned a little more about our southern neighbors!

Tijuana is the largest city in Baja California. It sits on the border of California and Mexico and shares a border with San Diego; each year more than fifty million people move between the two major cities.






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