Admire the cultural heritage of Tzintzuntzan
Ensenada is known as the Mexican wine capital because the large municipality that surrounds it produces ninety percent of the country's wine. The city is known for spearheading scientific research and is both a commercial port and port of call for cruise ships.
SKY, SEA, AND EARTH ADVENTURES
Start your tour of the Coastal Boulevard and visit the port area and the monumental Caracol science museum and aquarium.
Walk along the waterfront promenade to the square and admire the dancing fountains and local shows. Enjoy the Black Market, which offers fish and seafood and is home to various restaurants and shops.
Tour the traditional Riviera Civic and Cultural Center. See its beautiful architecture and enjoy the temporary exhibitions by locals and artists from elsewhere in the country that present their works in a natural and relaxed environment.
Head towards the picturesque Primera street, where shops, restaurants, and bars are found. Stop by the traditional Hussong's cantina, which is famous for being the birthplace of the margarita. To whet your appetite, ask for a traditional fish taco or a hedgehog tostada at any food stall. Reserve the afternoon to tour some of the wine cellars that offer tastings of their products.
NIGHT EMERGES WITH NEW PROPOSALS
Finish the day by drinking artisanal beer and tasting local cheese products in the company of family and friends in any of the places that the port offers.
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