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Tijuana’s Iconic Places

The city of Tijuana is full of gems, and iconic places to visit. A trip to the city’s famous Revolution avenue,  is full of color and history. Enjoy the table side preparation of the Caesar salad, in it’s birth place, at the newly renovated Caesar’s restaurant and bar. The eye catching architecture of Jai Alai, as well as a walk down Pasajes Rodriguez and Gomez are a delight for any art enthusiasts. Tijuana also houses bustling farmers markets, the gorgeous Lady of Guadalupe Cathedral, and cultural landmarks such as CECUT, Caliente stadium, and Torre de Aguacaliente.

Avenida Revolución / “Zonkey”

Avenida Revolución / “Zonkey”

Av. Revolución and the zebra-donkey, definitely classic in Tijuana.

Caesar’s Restaurant

Caesar’s Restaurant

Caesar’s Restaurant, a place of history and transcendence. It is the place that gave birth to the most famous salad in the world. When you visit Tijuana, make sure you experience this delicious part of history.

CECUT and El Cubo

CECUT and El Cubo

Cultural landmarks that promote art and culture in the region.

Plaza Monumental  /  Esquina Norte

Plaza Monumental / Esquina Norte

The city’s bullring and Esquina Norte, a quintessential forum.

Arch at the Avenida Revolución / Wax Museum

Arch at the Avenida Revolución / Wax Museum

The Arch at the Avenida Revolución and the Wax Museum, representative symbols of the city.

Cathedral / El Popo market

Cathedral / El Popo market

The cathedral and the El Popo market, both important and meaningful landmarks.

Estadio Caliente and Dog Racing

Estadio Caliente and Dog Racing

Estadio Caliente and Dog Racing, famous from its start.

Jai Alai

Jai Alai

The Jai Alai Forum is the best entertainment site in Tijuana for national and international events.

Santa Cecilia Plaza / Tijuana’s History Museum

Santa Cecilia Plaza / Tijuana’s History Museum

Santa Cecilia and the History Museum… two musts during your visit to Tijuana.

Torre de Aguacaliente

Torre de Aguacaliente

The Aguacaliente Tower, a definite city landmark.

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