hi Cheryllsr so do you catch the bus from the America side and how much
and are their van taxis running around the area you were shopping as there will be myself partner and 4 kids to get back to customs or is it walking distance???
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Hi, we visited Tijuana in July. To get there, we took the San Diego Blue Line (confusing as the trolley is really a train, and it is red) to San Ysidro. There is a money exchange close by. The entrance to Tijuana is behind... เพิ่มเติม
Hi, we visited Tijuana in July. To get there, we took the San Diego Blue Line (confusing as the trolley is really a train, and it is red) to San Ysidro. There is a money exchange close by. The entrance to Tijuana is behind the McDonalds. Do not take the long walkway in the other direction Mexican flag flying close by)!! This sure looked like the right way to take, so my family followed me--long walk. We went down the steps, and the neighborhood did not look so good--still in San Ysidro. We met border patrol agents who told us to go by the McDonalds. We walked through the entrance and went through a building where Customs is (make sure you all have passports). They will ask you how long you are going to stay. After Customs, we met a whole line of yellow taxis. I had been to Tijuana over 30 years ago, and I didn't remember any taxis, so we were going to walk. A nice taxi driver who spoke English asked us where we were going---Avienda Revolucion. He took us there, and I think it cost $8.00. To me the walk looked much longer than 15 minutes--on a very congested road in the hot sun---with kids, forget it!!! Take the cab. Plus, we would not have known the way if we walked. The driver told us where to wait (by a pharmacy) for the cab back. We took the cab back---$8.00 (we did not negotiate--we were just really grateful to have cab, and where we come from. that ride would probably have been $15.00). Then we had to wait in a really long line at Customs to walk back through the border to the US. We had to declare the cost of the items we bought, and the agents checked everything. The first taxi driver told us not to go beyond Sixth Street on Avienda Revolucion (not patrolled and not a good neighborhood).
I have not been there for years going these Saturday where is the best place to shop an eat