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- Zona Centro
Welcome to this cute space created with so much love for you! -twin bed -parking INSIDE -it's a 3 bedroom house, so you might share it with other guests (if it's booked) -shared bathroom -No heater no AC (it has a fan) -So before you book this listing know that people are awesome and know it's a cool environment and respect it's key. Peace in the house it's something that 99 percent of the people that have stayed, had enjoyed and are super happy and comfortable. THE ROOM IS AVAILABLE MONTLY
- Private room
Very nice room, comfortable clean pleasant, with comfortable pillows queen bed, closets available for long stays, fan on the ceiling, and Smart TV with Neflitx, YouTube, Open TV, with shared bathroom, between the 2 rooms that are there, practically the property will be at your disposal, use of the facilities in the living room comfortably TV ,Wifi, kitchen area,stove and appliances , to make you feel at home.
- Private room
Comfortable room in a nice area close to all. During COVID this space is for one person only, no exceptions. The bathroom is shared and is not available from 6:15 to 7:00 while my roommate preps to go to work. We are in La Cacho close to Zona Rio, 15 from the airport, local transportation a few feet away. 20 minutes to Rosarito. I am sometimes here sometimes in San Diego. This home is gay-friendly.
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Your guide to Tijuana
Welcome to Tijuana
“The most visited city in the world!” proclaims a slogan painted on the side of a building along Tijuana’s iconic Avenida Revolución, nestled amid the souvenir shops, dive bars, and burros painted to look like zebras. Don’t worry about whether the claim stands up to fact-checking: far better to simply soak in the many quirks, curiosities, and anachronisms of this unusual border town, pushed up against the miles of fencing that scar this desert landscape from the mountains to the sea. Tijuana is a city in constant evolution, from its golden days in the 1920s, when the Hollywood elite slipped over the border to gamble and carouse during Prohibition, to today, when its chef-driven restaurants and design shops are frequently celebrated in the pages of glossy magazines.
This is a city of tremendous economic and cultural diversity, where new and historic communities of Chinese, Haitian, and American immigrants coexist side by side. For a visitor, the city’s essence can seem elusive — you’d never think to look for that craft brewery on the sixth floor of a downtown parking garage — so it’s best experienced with the help of a local guide.
How do I get around Tijuana?
Tijuana is located just 20 miles south of San Diego, making it an easy day trip or overnight from its twin city to the north. You can fly into San Diego International Airport (SAN), and take a cab or public transport to San Ysidro (the Blue Line Trolley goes straight there), then cross the border on foot. If you’re coming from elsewhere in Mexico, it may be more convenient to fly into Tijuana’s own international airport (TIJ). Driving in the city can be a chaotic experience, but cabs and rideshare apps are relatively cheap and abundant.
Depending on how far you plan to explore, renting a car could be an asset or a liability. If you rent in the United States, check the fine print: Many rental agencies have restrictions on crossing the border, and you’ll need to buy additional auto insurance. If you rent at the Tijuana airport, know that Mexican rental agencies often require a large security deposit. Chartering a private tour with transportation included is a hassle-free way to go. If you’re planning to cross the border in either direction, having a valid passport is essential. Global Entry members can use the SENTRI express lane to save time when crossing back into the United States on foot.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Tijuana?
Tijuana’s weather is about as perfect all year round as it is in neighboring San Diego: pleasantly cool mornings and evenings, and plenty of sunshine-drenched days. Expect some coastal fog in the mornings during the summer — a defining feature of the region’s famous May Gray/June Gloom, and more crowds during late summer and early fall, when the nearby Valle de Guadalupe wine region throws a month-long harvest party that attracts glamorous oenophiles from near and far. Pack layers and a swimsuit — the beach neighborhood of Playas de Tijuana is only a few miles west of downtown, and the notoriously chilly Pacific Ocean is most comfortable for swimming from July to October.
What are the top things to do in Tijuana?
Food & Drink
From street tacos to haute cuisine, Tijuana is a phenomenal destination for epicures. Save your appetite for grilled octopus tacos at a gourmet food hall, bacon-wrapped hot dogs and creamy esquites (corn salad) from a street-corner vendor, and Caesar salad prepared tableside at the legendary restaurant where the dish was invented in 1924. By evening, you can stroll into a beautiful high-end speakeasy, peek in at one of dozens of artisanal breweries, or see what the night holds as you enjoy the peanut-shells-on-the-floor kind of dive on Calle Sexta.
Valle de Guadalupe Wine Country
A scenic 90-minute drive along the rugged Pacific Coast brings you to the Valle de Guadalupe wine country. Drawing inevitable comparisons to both Napa Valley and the South of France, the valley’s sandy soil, temperate climate, and evening ocean breezes make it a tasty place to grow grapes such as Nebbiolo and Cabernet Franc. Dozens, even hundreds, of boutique wineries have sprung up over the last several decades, and innovative farm-to-table restaurants ran close behind, making this a worthwhile weekend detour.
Centro Cultural Tijuana (CECUT)
The iconic sphere of the Centro Cultural Tijuana (CECUT) is an emblem of the city. Inside, find exhibitions on the archaeology of Baja California or the latest works from contemporary Mexican and international artists, along with a concert hall.