Tijuana is a city full of interesting places to visit, and here we present only a few options that you should not miss if you have the chance to be in the world’s most visited border.
“Zona Río” is an expression of progress and modernity thanks to the monumental cultural facilities that comprise, among which the Tijuana Cultural Center, commonly known as the Tijuana Cultural Center, located in Paseo de los Heroes # 9350. In this place, it exposes everything related to the field of cultural diffusion in the country. Being an internationally recognized site for its avant-garde exhibitions.
Located within the premises of the Centro Cultural Tijuana, “El Cubo” (The Cube) is a space 4,500 square meters on three levels, which aims to promote and disseminate both the visual arts and cultural heritage in northwest México. It is equipped with advanced technology and facilities for people with disabilities.
Located in Plaza Rio (at Zona Rio) are a great choice for a movie in the company of someone special. Its cinemas are equipped with reclining leather seats, area to place food (wine, special dishes, etc.), waiters at your disposal, perfect lighting and all the amenities you can imagine, making cinema a unique experience. If what you want is to have a perfect date watching a good movie, definitely VIP Cinemas Plaza Río is the best option.
This is one of the most renowned restaurants in the state, with an extraordinary place to enjoy the delights of Baja California cuisine with ingredients 100 % of the locality. Cuisine and in front of her Chef Javier Plascencia, who offers a dining experience to match the most demanding palates, plus friendly staff and a pleasant atmosphere for a special dinner accompanied by any of the wines , recognized internationally.
A 100% Mexican company born in the city of Tijuana in 1916, focused on the entertainment industry. With a proposal that includes the largest park in electronic gaming terminals, as well as first class facilities and great customer service make it an excellent choice when it comes to placing bets.
Just a quick reminder remember to bring cash; U. S. dollars are fine, but traveler’s checks are not widely accepted in Tijuana. Use ATMs only for emergencies; they’ll give pesos and may incur in some unwanted foreign transaction fees =)