Bus from Los Angeles to Tijuana
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Information about Tijuana:
Tijuana is the biggest city of Baja California- a state in Mexico. It is located on the U.S-Mexico border, next to its sister city San Diego, California. Hence, it is the ‘Gateway to Mexico’. It is an important centre educationally, economically and culturally despite the prevalence of crime and lack of good infrastructure.
Tijuana is one of the driest and hottest places in North America; thereby making it the ideal place for beaches and summer water sports. However, a small part of Northwestern Mexico surrounding Tijuana has a more Mediterranean climate with some coastal fog and a winter rainy season- similar to that of Southern California.
The rainy season begins around November and lasts December to March.
Generally, daytime in Tijuana Mexico is warm and dry, except for the days during the rainy months, while all evenings are chilly, irrespective of how hot it was during the day.
The hottest months are July to September, when temperatures are as high as 85o Fahrenheit, especially during August.
Tijuana is a mixed pot of ethnicities consisting of Mexicans, Chinese, Koreans, Japanese and a large number of Americans. There are a large number of immigrants from different parts of Mexico such as Oaxaca, Jalisco, Sinaloa and Federal District. Tijuana is on a rapid growth spree, with an inflow of about 80,000 people annually.
The Tijuana Cultural Centre (CECUT) has been host to about a million visitors since 2001, thereby making it a popular attraction of Baja California amongst others such as the Municipal Institute of Art and Culture, Tijuana Wax Museum and the Trompo museum. Also, there are many casinos and curio shops which also attract tourists. Other tourist hotspots include the Club Campestre de Tijuana golf club, the Agua Caliente Racetrack, Parque Morelos which houses a small zoo and park space, Parque de la Amistad with a small pond; and Parque Teniente Guerrero with a public library and weekend entertainment programmes by clowns. El Foro is a major venue for concerts. Shopaholics can look out for mall complexes like Plaza Rio, Plaza Mundo Divertido, Plaza Monarca, Plaza Carrousel and Plaza Coronado.
This city has a rough terrain, steep cliffs and many canyons. Among the famous canyons are Canyon K, and Canyon Jhonson. The prominent hills include Cerro Colorado and Cerro de las Abejas. It is situated on the banks of the Tijuana River.
Tijuana is well connected by a complex network of bus links such as the blue, white, green and beige lines. The two main bus terminals lie in the east of the city, and on the border respectively. There are frequent bus services to USA, Mexican states like Sinaloa, Sonora and Jalisco; and to major Mexican cities like Mazatlan, Hermosillo and Culiacan.