Tijuana is one of the major cities in Mexico. It is a city on the border between Mexico and the United States, and has a large number of day trippers from the United States. When you enter this city, there is a Latin atmosphere, and the cityscape is quite different from that of the United States. Although the city is not very large, it is a very busy city with many cafes and restaurants for tourists and is visited by many tourists all year round.
Tijuana is on the Mexican-American border.
Tijuana is a town on the border between Mexico and the United States and is strongly influenced by both cultures. The town has grown significantly since the North American Free Trade Agreement was signed in the 1990s. The number of factories of various large companies such as the United States is increasing, many industries are born, and it has become a major city in Mexico.
Tijuana is warm in the summer and cool in the winter. Temperatures range from 9 ° C to 26 ° C throughout the year.
The official language of Mexico is Spanish. In addition, 65 indigenous languages are used.
Since it is a border city, it is an area where troubles caused by drug cartels occur frequently. Therefore, avoid going through slums and unpopular roads as you may be involved in an incident.
In Mexico, 60% are Mestizo, 30% are indigenous and the rest are European immigrants.
Tijuana has a lot of tourists from the United States, so the tourism industry is very active. The service industry for tourists is also prosperous, and there are many restaurants and cafes.
Catholics are the majority in Mexico. Others include Protestants, Jews, and Buddhists.
Mexican pesos are used in Mexico.
Sightseeing spot 1 : Revolución
A street that is the center of tourism in Tijuana. The street is full of restaurants, cafes and souvenir shops and is always crowded with tourists.
Sightseeing spot 2 : Centro Cultural Tijuana
A cultural center whose landmark is a huge ball. The museum has theaters, theaters and museums for events and concerts, and there are many performances.
Sightseeing spot 3 : Playa de Tijuana
The beach is also popular because the city is also along the coast. It is full of tourists who enjoy vacations in the summer. Enjoy lively Latin music and Mexican food.
Sightseeing spot 4 : Catedral
There are so many Christians in Mexico. Many religious people come to worship at this shrine. Inside you will find beautiful decorations and stained glass on the altar, walls and ceiling.
Sightseeing spot 5 : Museo de Cera
It is a museum of wax dolls that opened in 1993. There are 4 exhibition rooms divided by theme in the hall. A collection of 80 people is on display.
Sightseeing spot 6 : Mercado de Artesanias
The folk craft market sells a wide variety of folk crafts such as vases, pots, paintings, miniature crafts, leather goods and textiles. There are many folk crafts made locally, and many of them can only be obtained here.
Tijuana has plenty of accommodation. General Averald L. Rodriguez International Airport is nearby. Tickets and accommodations can be booked from the link below. It also supports other languages.