In this tour you will be able to recognize 3 of the most important parts that compose Ensenada and how it came to be this amazing city, you will have the option to know some of the history walking thru the “Old Ensenada”, architectural buildings that will tell you stories, “The Port” where we will be able to see the “Mercado Negro” iconic fish market, and discover “el Malecón”, and the last area which is the famous shopping area,the main Street called “La Primera” where you will be able to find “artesanias” and all kinds of mexican souvenirs. Get some tequila and to eat in one of our 2 most favorites in town Food trucks some delicious tostadas or fish tacos!
Hello there! My name is Ana, I was born and raised in Ensenada Baja California, México architect by profession always interested in new perspectives, and the way I found more fun this last years was Traveling!, it started the first time after highschool studying and voluntering abroad after that, lived in 6 different cities and 4 countries, learn 4 languages, and still learning as Michelangelo said once;). Now I am back to my hometown and can't wait to give back and give as I received in the other countries I have been, I love my hometown from the city center to history and food and of course wine!, I will enjoy very much sharing information with you to enjoy and understand the city better and have a great time while you are here!
We will see some historical houses that talk a lot about the old days in Ensenada, and enter to one of my favorite "artesianas shop in town "Bazar casa Ramirez", walk around the Mercado Negro where you will start experiencing a tradicional seafood mexican market, and try the best tostadas and tacos in town of "La Guerrerense" this place well known because of their infinite different options of handmade chili sauces!
sunscreen, hat, water
The tour takes around 2 or 3 hours. If you have kids I recomend to bring a stroller for babys, kids are welcome but is recommended to tell me before the tour so I can make some arrangements. PD. Feel free to ask for any other avaliable schedules! M-F after 18:00, Weekends flexible time!