Playas de Tijuana
This is the local beach that is no more than 15 minutes away from your location. Relax and enjoy the sea shore either from above or right at the water’s edge.
These are the beaches of Tijuana. Playas de Tijuana is not full of sun-worshiping tourists but is rather mostly filled with middle-class families of Tijuana out for some family fun. The beach can be reached by multiple staircases that lead down from the street and a wooden boardwalk provides a…
“Beautiful park in the middle of Downtown TJ, reminiscent of old Mexico. Don't leave without trying a clasic shaved ice snow cone.”
“ You know the famous UBER is available in Tijuana and since they charge in pesos it is very inexpensive for foreign visitors. ”
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“Art, culture, community events for kiddos, outside flea market and special events... cool inexpensive stop if the border wait is too long, parking is only $2-3”
“Revolution Avenue, known to locals as "La Revu," is Tijuana's main tourist drag, and is within walking distance of the U.S. border crossing. If you want to do the stereotypical tourist thing, buy a big sombrero and have your photo taken with a donkey that has zebra stripes painted on it, this is the place for it. But after that, you should take the opportunity to discover some of the shops, restaurants and galleries that you'll also find along this strip. There's more than just t-shirts, postcards, and drug stores selling cheap medicine. You'll also find silver jewelry, quality handicrafts from around the country, and boutique shops selling all manner of luxury items.”