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Northern Baja California route

Tijuana, Mexicali, La Rumorosa, Laguna Salada, Tecate

Tijuana is a border city and a fun destination that is worth knowing. In its downtown area, the Catedral Metropolitana (Metropolitan Cathedral) built in quarry stone stands out. If it is about entertainment, you will find it on Avenida Revolución (Revolution Avenue), a street full of atmosphere and fun, where there are restaurants, bars, shops and nightclubs for all tastes. On the other hand, the Centro Cultural Tijuana (Tijuana Cultural Center) of impressive architecture, presents exhibitions and activities that will surprise you during your visit. Get to know the border wall while you walk along the boardwalk, bathed by the beaches of the Pacific Ocean; enjoy a beer in one of the places that exist in the tourist sites. Its gastronomy is multicultural, you will try dishes with flavors and aromas from all over the world.

The next spot is Tecate, a colonial Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) surrounded by desert landscapes. Stroll through its town square and enjoy the tranquility it transmits, here you can visit the Museo Comunitario (Community Museum) where you will learn about the Kumiai culture. Tecate owes its name to the beer brand, so don't miss the beer tour where you will learn about its importance and manufacturing. Enjoy its natural wonders, norteño music, vineyards and delicious cuisine.

On the way to Mexicali, get to know La Rumorosa, admire this natural wonder of incredible desert settings, surrounded by rocky mountains. Make a short stop in town for lunch or a refreshing drink. Then visit the Vallecito, an archaeological site with cave paintings and petroglyphs; connect with nature, continue on your way and do not forget to stop at the Mirador (viewpoint) to take a photo, while you observe the valley.

Take in the experience of northern Mexico by visiting the capital city of Baja California: Mexicali, which receives hundreds of visitors a year, as it offers a wide cultural and entertainment variety. You will be able to appreciate its architecture in the historical buildings and visit its neoclassical cathedral located downtown. Delight yourself with its gastronomy that ranges from Mexican food to delicious Chinese food, as it became popular due to migration at the end of the 19th century. Among its attractions you can visit the Museo Sol del Niño (Sol del Niño Museum), ideal for a family day out; the Parque de las Energías Alternas (Alternative Energy Park) or the Bosque de la Ciudad (City Forest) that houses a zoo, you can also visit the Laguna Salada and be amazed by its natural settings. In the Cañón de Guadalupe (Guadalupe Canyon) you will find an oasis in the desert.

Tijuana is a border city and a fun destination that is worth knowing. In its downtown area, the Catedral Metropolitana (Metropolitan Cathedral) built in quarry stone stands out. If it is about entertainment, you will find it on Avenida Revolución (Revolution Avenue), a street full of atmosphere and fun, where there are restaurants, bars, shops and nightclubs for all tastes. On the other hand, the Centro Cultural Tijuana (Tijuana Cultural Center) of impressive architecture, presents exhibitions and activities that will surprise you during your visit. Get to know the border wall while you walk along the boardwalk, bathed by the beaches of the Pacific Ocean; enjoy a beer in one of the places that exist in the tourist sites. Its gastronomy is multicultural, you will try dishes with flavors and aromas from all over the world.

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The next spot is Tecate, a colonial Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) surrounded by desert landscapes. Stroll through its town square and enjoy the tranquility it transmits, here you can visit the Museo Comunitario (Community Museum) where you will learn about the Kumiai culture. Tecate owes its name to the beer brand, so don't miss the beer tour where you will learn about its importance and manufacturing. Enjoy its natural wonders, norteño music, vineyards and delicious cuisine.

On the way to Mexicali, get to know La Rumorosa, admire this natural wonder of incredible desert settings, surrounded by rocky mountains. Make a short stop in town for lunch or a refreshing drink. Then visit the Vallecito, an archaeological site with cave paintings and petroglyphs; connect with nature, continue on your way and do not forget to stop at the Mirador (viewpoint) to take a photo, while you observe the valley.

Take in the experience of northern Mexico by visiting the capital city of Baja California: Mexicali, which receives hundreds of visitors a year, as it offers a wide cultural and entertainment variety. You will be able to appreciate its architecture in the historical buildings and visit its neoclassical cathedral located downtown. Delight yourself with its gastronomy that ranges from Mexican food to delicious Chinese food, as it became popular due to migration at the end of the 19th century. Among its attractions you can visit the Museo Sol del Niño (Sol del Niño Museum), ideal for a family day out; the Parque de las Energías Alternas (Alternative Energy Park) or the Bosque de la Ciudad (City Forest) that houses a zoo, you can also visit the Laguna Salada and be amazed by its natural settings. In the Cañón de Guadalupe (Guadalupe Canyon) you will find an oasis in the desert.

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