Tijuana Travel Guide

Browse 4 travel reviews, 7 travel blogs and 211 travel photos from real travelers to Tijuana.

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Tijuana Overview

Tijuana is located in the northwest corner of the Mexican country, in the state of Baja California and freeway close to the neighbor city of San Diego, California, with manifold tourist and commercial attractions. Tijuana is recognized for its accelerated economic growth, which places it as the fourth most important cities of the country.

There is a lot of shopping in the downtown area, where you can get many touristy items and Mexican novelties. A great place to grab a bite to eat, especially delicious baja style fish tacos!

There are a lot of beggars in TJ, and many of them are children. The rome the beaches trying to get you to buy souvenirs.

Temperature is always around 75 degrees. Tijuana is home to a thriving nightlife that is especially attractive to college students and sailors under the age of 21 (drinking age) from Southern California. The drinking age in Mexico is 18. The city is also known for having some seedy areas and traveling alone is not recommended. People in Tijuana do not have the best chances in life and tourist attitudes should be minimized.

Recently there has been a lot of violence in the area due to the drug wars in Mexico. Border towns are especially bad, and there have been reported cases of tourists who have been killed in the area. Recommend travelers have someone with you who speaks spanish. Travel to Tijuana using extreme caution!

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