Tijuana | Did you grow up in the '80s or '90s? The early 2000s, even... And, you have an upcoming visit planned to Tijuana! Then, you should visit the Collector's & Lucha Libre Museum, or the El Museo del Coleccionista y Lucha Libre, as it is known locally. The quirky museum takes you on a trip down memory lane with articles, toys, masks, magazines, and one-of-a-kind comics and books.
The “Puerto Nuevo Style” lobster has given Rosarito a special place in the gastronomic scenario due to the peculiar sides it's served with red rice, beans, butter and huge sized flour tortillas known as “sobaqueras”. In recent days, through social media, you could see posts of Hollywood actor, Mel Gibson eating this luscious dish.
Tijuana has always been known for having the best carne asada tacos in the country. But now, it is creating a new identity with the combination of gourmet and urban cuisine. It has evolved over the last few years creating a new name: “fine dining capital”.
Tijuana | Like we say: there’s nothing better than enjoying the morning with a tasty brunch! Tijuana is the perfect place for that. If you’re craving something yummy in the early hours, consider the following suggestions we have for you.
Tijuana | Whether you call it "Fin de California" or "FinCa", the idea is that you take a plunge in the ocean of experiences that will make you lose track of time due to its menu, comfortable ambiance, and unforgettable service experience.
Tijuana | This city constantly feeds off of its geographic location, which has allowed it to be a place where artistic talents receive inspiration from all walks of life, seeing as it’s a border city but still maintaining their own identity.