Welcome to Tijuana
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. In recent years high-profile murders related to drug cartels have made the headlines and scared off tourists even though, in reality, they are almost never a target. One result was that vendors... Read More
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Tijuana City and Shopping Trip from San Diego
This sightseeing tour to Tijuana will bring you to see all the major attractions in the city. Your tour begins as you cross into Mexico and enter a world of contrasts. You'll travel down the main street to reach the Cultural Center. Visit the Zona Rio with the large Rio Mall and see statues of President Abraham Lincoln, Cuahutemoc the Aztec King and other figures of Mexico. See the demolished Tijuana Bullring and the Tijuana Water Tower. Before you go shopping, experience the Tijuana tradition of making your own Mexican taco, a delicious tortilla with meat, chicken or veggies and all the trimmings such as guacamole, salsa, cilantro and onion. Before heading back to the United State your visit to Tijuana will end on the Avenida Revolucion (Revolution Avenue) for best in bargain shopping.Viva Mexico!Important Information:U.S and Canadian Citizens: you must bring a passport for re-entry into the United States. Non-U.S. Citizens: you must bring your passport. You may be required to show a I-94, Multiple Entry Visa or Resident Alien Card for re-entry to the United States. You must confirm and obtain any visa requirements prior to border crossing. All visa requirements are the sole responsibility of the traveler
Half-Day Tour to Tijuana from San Diego
You’ll be picked up from your San Diego hotel and taken on a comfortable coach ride south to Tijuana, a town right below the US-Mexico border. Learn from your guide how this city, founded in 1889, was once home to the Grand Casino, which attracted celebrities and Hollywood movie stars like Charlie Chaplin, Rita Hayworth, Jack Dempsey and Babe Ruth. Pass the Avenue of the Heroes (Paseo de los Héroes), noted for its many monuments and sculptures of heroes, like the Monumento a la Raza (Monument to the Race), the Abraham Lincoln statue, the Ignacio Zaragoza statue, the Cuauhtémoc statue and the Lázaro Cárdenas statue.See Agua Caliente, named for the neighboring hot springs. This historic entertainment center is home to a casino and hotel that were designed in a Mexican and Californian colonial style, and is fitted with gardens, its own airstrip and bungalows. Stop at Avenida Revolución, the tourist epicenter of Tijuana, where you can spend two hours browsing shop and art galleries. Grab a drink at the bars or head to a local restaurant to enjoy some Mariachi music over a fresh Mexican meal (own expense). Continue driving past Frontón Palacio Jai Alai, a landmark fronting nearly an entire block of Avenida Revolución. See the General Zaragoza Statute, commemorating Ignacio Zaragoza Seguín, a former general in the Mexican army, and see the Cuauhtemoc Monument, honoring a 16th-century Aztec ruler. Other highlights of your tour include Jai Alai Fronton Palace, the Wax Museum (optional), the Tijuana Cultural Center, the Agua Caliente Race Track and the Bazar de Mexico.After your tour, you’ll be taken back to your San Diego hotel.
San Diego and Tijuana Day Trip from San Diego
After pickup from your San Diego hotel in the morning, you’ll be taken on a narrated tour by comfortable, air-conditioned coach. Enjoy the beautiful sights of sunny San Diego and scenic Coronado. Some of the places you’ll see include Old Town, Balboa Park, the Gaslamp Quarter, Seaport Village, Seal Rock, Hotel del Coronado, Green Dragon Colony, Heritage Park and the Embarcadero. You’ll have several photo stops along the way, as well as time to walk around. Enjoy free time in Seaport Village to enjoy lunch and do some shopping. Then, drive south and take a 30-minute narrated coach tour of downtown Tijuana, making a stop at Avenida Revolucion, Tijuana’s biggest attraction full of shops and restaurants. Here, enjoy two hours of free time to wander through the bustling shops and bazaars. Browse handcrafts from street vendors and head to any of the Mexican restaurants to enjoy some authentic Mariachi music over a refreshing margarita (own expense).Optional CruiseUpgrade your combo tour to include a scenic 1-hour cruise along San Diego Bay! Before you head to Tijuana, relax on a comfortable boat and soak in amazing sights from the water, with interesting onboard commentary included.
Independent Day Trip to Tijuana from Los Angeles
During the two- to three-hour drive, your bus driver will provide an overview of downtown Tijuana, give you advice on the best places to shop for bargains and find deals, and tell you the dos and donts of exploring this popular day trip destination. Upon arriving at the boarder your driver will walk you across to Tijuana where you'll board a local bus for a 10 minutes ride to the Avenida Revolucion. Once arriving in downtown Tijuana you will have approximately four hours to explore the city. The lively Avenida Revolucion is lined with shops and boutiques and is the best place to test your bargaining skills and save on leather goods, clothing to and jewelry. After your Mexico-style shopping experience, enjoy authentic food at restaurants and popular eateries. You can also visit the downtown bullring or the Tijuana Cultural Center. This tour is a great way to have a taste of Mexican art and culture.
Tastes of Tijuana Food Tour
Greet your guide and the rest of your small group at a central meeting point at 3pm, then set off to sample some of the best food that Tijuana has to offer. Travel by foot and public transport, learning to navigate the city like a local as you enjoy tastings of classic Tijuanero dishes at several separate stops. Line up at a back-alley cart for delicious tortas, tacos and tostadas; then step into a paletería for a homemade frozen popsicle that’s full of fresh fruit. Visit the "birthplace" of the Caesar salad, and hear about the city's glamorous golden age when celebrities frequented the elegant restaurants here. Make a stop at Tijuana's oldest open-air market to discover local cheeses, fresh fruits, and regional specialty products from all over Mexico. Get a sense of what life is like in one of the world's busiest border-crossing cities, and learn how modern young chefs are driving Tijuana's culinary scene. Before you say farewell to your guide and the rest of your small group (of no more than 12), get plenty of tips on what to do–and where else to eat!–during your stay in Tijuana. The tour concludes back at the meeting place around 7pm.
Live Escape Game Mönchengladbach
We have 3 different theme rooms:Crystal Camper:It was bound to happen that way. The camper was actually the perfect hiding for Your Crystal Meth Lab until the Mexican drug Mafia took notice of you. Juan Carlos, head of the Tijuana cartel has you trapped in the camper and agreed the drug police. Somewhere was still a key...have 60 minutes time to find the rest of meth and the dollar and to escape the camper!Foal stall:The decisive match for the championship is on, you want to make the hot out and realizes that someone has locked the door from the outside. Was it the bumbling janitor, or at least a crazy fanatic fan of the opposing team? No matter. Somewhere in the cabin must be but still a key. Only where? You remain 60 minutes time to free you from the dressing room - otherwise the game will take place without you.You have 60 minutes time. Here we go!