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Tijuana

Baja California

Multicultural, young, irreverent, borderline, innovative and creative, the city of Tijuana fits all these adjectives, while it does not stop evolving.

If you take your pencil with your right hand and are asked to draw a map of Mexico, the point where you will surely start is where Tijuana is located, on the world's busiest border with the United States. Perhaps that is why, among other nicknames, it is known as “the corner of Latin America.”

About 50 million people pass through the San Ysidro border crossing that connects Tijuana with the U.S. city of San Diego each year. In addition to Mexicans and people of the US, citizens from all over Latin America and from remote corners of the planet use this international transit point.

So the large number of cultures that meet on the streets of Tijuana have made their creative side develop extraordinarily, expressing themselves in various artistic manifestations.

Thus, the Cecut (Tijuana Cultural Center), with the unmistakable circular profile conferred by its IMAX screen, became a pole that attracts, proposes, exhibits, mobilizes and generates new cultural expressions. However, the art and culture of Tijuana are not limited to staying indoors, it makes its way through the streets of the city.

Its gastronomy also uses the excellent ingredients produced in the area to suggest flavours as intense as they are innovative and inspired by a wide range of different things. Something to drink? The city awarded as “capital de la cerveza artesanal de México” (Capital of the craft beer of Mexico) has a lot to offer. In addition, it is another of the cities that serve as the gateway to the Valle de Guadalupe to travel the famous Ruta del Vino (Wine Route) in Baja California.

Avenida Revolución is perhaps the backbone of tourist activity and the place where a good part of Tijuana's life happens. However, those who decide to explore it in depth will be able to discover unsuspected and surprising facets of this “global city”.
Multicultural, young, irreverent, borderline, innovative and creative, the city of Tijuana fits all these adjectives, while it does not stop evolving.

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If you take your pencil with your right hand and are asked to draw a map of Mexico, the point where you will surely start is where Tijuana is located, on the world's busiest border with the United States. Perhaps that is why, among other nicknames, it is known as “the corner of Latin America.”

About 50 million people pass through the San Ysidro border crossing that connects Tijuana with the U.S. city of San Diego each year. In addition to Mexicans and people of the US, citizens from all over Latin America and from remote corners of the planet use this international transit point.

So the large number of cultures that meet on the streets of Tijuana have made their creative side develop extraordinarily, expressing themselves in various artistic manifestations.

Thus, the Cecut (Tijuana Cultural Center), with the unmistakable circular profile conferred by its IMAX screen, became a pole that attracts, proposes, exhibits, mobilizes and generates new cultural expressions. However, the art and culture of Tijuana are not limited to staying indoors, it makes its way through the streets of the city.

Its gastronomy also uses the excellent ingredients produced in the area to suggest flavours as intense as they are innovative and inspired by a wide range of different things. Something to drink? The city awarded as “capital de la cerveza artesanal de México” (Capital of the craft beer of Mexico) has a lot to offer. In addition, it is another of the cities that serve as the gateway to the Valle de Guadalupe to travel the famous Ruta del Vino (Wine Route) in Baja California.

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