Playa de Tijuana: Playa de Tijuana combines clean beaches, Mexican American border walls, beautiful graffiti on one side of the Mexican wall, snacks, specialty goods, and coffee shops. The United States side is very cold, almost nothing, the wall on both sides of the contrast is a special scenery. This is the only place for San Diego border migrants to see their loved ones. Every weekend, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., people who can't cross the border are allowed to come near this fence made of several layers of wire mesh in the park and meet their families in Mexico for a few hours.
Avenida Revolution: it is the main road in downtown Tijuana, with shops and restaurants all over the road, which is full of strong Mexican flavor. There are a lot of shops, good restaurants around, and many clubs, so the nightlife is very rich. At the end of the road is a square, Saint Cecilia square, and on the other side of the arch, there is a typical street band. The address is zona Centro, 22000 Tijuana, BC, Mexico.
Tijuana Cultural Center: it is a fashionable cultural center with an art gallery, a museum, a theater, and a spherical Cine Omnimax. This remarkable building, built between 1926 and 1947, is a landmark. It should be noted that it will be closed on Monday. The address is at Paseo de Los heroes ave & Javier Mina st, Tijuana, Mexico.
Tijuana Arch: located on the revolutionary street in Tijuana, Mexico, it is the city logo of Tijuana. It's a white arch that stands high in the city and can be seen in almost every part of the city.