Frontón Palacio Jai Alai
Virtually every visitor to Tijuana has to experience at least a brief stroll along raucous Av Revolución, also known as 'La Revo'. It's...
Just off La Revo, this is a great spot to sip cheap beers, dance salsa with locals or belt out karaoke tunes.
Latte- lovers can ditch the chain cafes and get their caffeine, juices or smoothies, and sandwiches at this corner stand.
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Frontón Palacio Jai Alai information
Oddly baroque in style, the striking Frontón Palacio Jai Alai dates from 1926 and for decades hosted the fast-moving ball game of jai alai – a sort of hybrid between squash and tennis, originating in Spain's Basque Country. Unfortunately, a strike by Mexico City players combined with the game's obscurity and lack of attendance led to closure.