Although Tijuana is a young city, it is the biggest city of the Baja California Peninsula. To start your tour off, you'll travel into the main street known for its historic roundabouts each with a statue of a hero, such as Abraham Lincoln, Cuauhtémoc the Aztec King and many more. You'll also pass by the famous Cultural Center which is the main center of regional arts and has over 1 million visitors a year.
Next, you'll visit the demolished Tijuana Bullring, the Tijuana Water Tower and the Hipódromo, before ending your tour on the Avenida Revolución, which in the past was an important center of economic development and the center of prohibited entertainment for people from the US, with shopping and bargaining. Currently, it is the center of tourist activity in Tijuana with cantinas, table dance bars, dance clubs, and art galleries.
Before you explore all of the shops, you will experience the Tijuana tradition of making your own taco at the restaurant La Placita. The taco will be made with a delicious tortilla filled with meat, chicken or veggies, and all the trimmings you'd like such as guacamole, salsa, cilantro, and onion.