Head south to many Pacific beaches, or use hotel pool
South of town are popular surf spots like K-38 but the water is kind of polluted in most places. The water is ice-cold - colder than So Cal due to an Alaskan current.
Pedestrian friendly. Many people walk across the border to shop.
Country club in town, Real del Mar (20 km/12 mi S of town)
Many good restaurants from inexpensive to elegant
Exhibitions and performances at TJ Cultural Center, close to the border
Clubs especially popular with under-21-US crowd. Many boisterous bars along Revolucion Blvd., downtown tourist area.
Many supermarkets, spread around town
Excellent museum of regional history, interactive, at cultural center
The tourist district on Revolution has cheap handicrafts from all over Mexico.
In addition to Calle Revolution, rife with touts, try Plaza Rio Tijuana and adjacent shopping centers
Plenty of English-language films, but spread out in this big city
Greyhound racing and bullfights (boo!), charreadas (Mexi riding exhibitions) some weekends
Not in the desert, of course, but a dry semi-desert climate
Playas de Tijuana is the beach area of the city; half hour from Rosarito Beach
Ranches en route to Tecate
Averages 10 inches rain a year
Big club scene, starts late
Many Americans live here; many Mexicans speak English
Many internal and international flights
One of the world's best climates - 70 to 80 degrees in the summer, 50 to 70 in the winter. Rains come mostly in the winter and can make a muddy mess in some areas.
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