Top 5 things to do in Tijuana

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One of the most famous cities in Mexico due to its proximity to the border with the United States. Tijuana, unlike other colonial cities in Mexico, is relevant in history because of the relationship between Mexico and the USA; however, not because it is not a colonial city does it stop having places to enjoy it. 

Moreover, it is a fact that more and more people, especially Americans and Canadians, take advantage of their visit to this city to go to a Tijuana dentist. Clinics like Dental Solutions Tijuana offer professionals, services and guarantees at the level of the USA, at the prices of Mexico. 


Whether it's for dental health, tourism or both, here are the 5 best things to do if you visit Tijuana. It doesn't matter if you are a local or a tourist, you will surely be able to make the most of the city with your family, partner or friends. 

5 things to do in Tijuana

Tijuana Cultural Center

This site concentrates the widest and most diverse cultural offer in the northwest region. Designed by the architects Pedro Ramírez Vázquez and Manuel Rosen Morrison, the Cecut -also called- was incorporated almost instantly into the urban landscape. At the same time it became an icon of the city, both because of its location in the heart of the most modern area of Tijuana and because of the spherical shape of one of its buildings, the cinema, popularly known as "La Bola" or "Cine Bola", a name that comes from the planetary cinema dome that also serves to show films in Omnimax format. One more option to leave Netflix at home for a while.


Revolution Avenue

Can you imagine that this was the first paved avenue in Tijuana? This avenue helped the economic growth of the city due to the tourist attraction it exerted on the American visitors who crossed the border from San Diego every day. Revolution Avenue has suffered great changes, it became the letter of introduction of Tijuana, "The most visited city in the world" due to its active nightlife, among the famous cantinas is the one that had the biggest bar in the world, La Ballena. A good place to have a couple of selfies.


El Popo Market

It is the oldest market in the city. It is said that the first cinema in Tijuana was set up here many, many years ago. Its name, and how it is popularly known; "El Popo", is an allusion to the Popocatepetl volcano located towards the centre of the country. It has a large space full of venues offering a variety of foods that reflect all of Mexico's diversity. The best place to remember how beautiful Mexico is and take pictures for your Instagram feed.


Caliente Stadium

The house of the Xoloitzcuintles "Xolos", with a capacity for more than 27 thousand people, this property has become an icon of the City of Tijuana. Every 15 days the Xoloitzcuintle territory becomes a party area and family atmosphere. It is the best place for football fans and what better than to do it in one of the most iconic places in Mexico. The Caliente Stadium is a very good option for your weekend or even if you are a tourist and a football fan.


Tijuana's Beaches Malecón

This Malecón was remodelled in 2010 and can be the perfect plan for walking or running along the beach. Wherever you turn there will be something to photograph; from the murals - spaces donated to the artists - to the sea, or any scene. If you get tired of walking, there are a variety of cafes and bars to pass the time and rest. A perfect place to clear your mind of the city and have a good time.


Tijuana is definitely a city that surprises you every day, since you will always find activities during the day or night; as well as for tourists or locals. Let Tijuana surprise you and we will take care of moving you.

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