Tijuana
Tijuana Mexico is located less than 20 miles south of downtown San Diego in the Mexican state of Baja California. With over 40 million people crossing every year Tijuana is the busiest land-border crossing in the world. Tijuana relies on tourism as a major revenue source. On any given day 300,000 visitors cross by foot or car from the San Ysidro point of entry in the United States, giving Tijuana the title “the most Visited city in the world”. Restaurants and taco stands, pharmacies, bars and dance clubs are part of the draw for the city's tourists. Many shops and stalls selling Mexican crafts and souvenirs are also located in walking distance from the border. Mexico's drinking age of 18 make Tijuana a common weekend destination for many high school and college aged Southern Californians who tend to stay within the Avenida Revolucion. Although tourism constitutes a large part of Tijuana’s movement, much is also business related. Tijuana and its surrounding area have become a major industrial center, with numerous maquiladoras, particularly since the advent of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in 1994. Tijuana also has a very active and independent artist community whose internationally recognized work has earned Tijuana the title of "one of the most important new cultural meccas", according to Newsweek…More information about Tijuana History

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Tijuana Nightlife

Tijuana Nightlife

Tijuana has long been a popular area for the college students who travel here to drink. The legal drinking age in Tijuana is 18. Avenida Revolución has many open bars nightclubs and discos. Avenida Revolucion is also famous for its nearby red-light district "La Coahuila" (also known casually as Zona Norte) which boasts a large number of street prostitutes...Click for More Tijuana Nightlife Info

Tijuana Shopping

Tijuana Shopping

Shopping is perhaps Tijuana's major tourist attraction. The city is a duty-free zone, and it is truly a shopping paradise, with an impressive and astounding variety of merchandise, ranging from silver jewelry, leather goods, designer clothing, tile, ceramics, blown glass, glazed pottery, woven blankets, embroidered dresses, Mexican liquors and much more…Click to see Shopping in Tijuana

 

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