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Located in the northern part of Mexico along the California border, Tijuanais the largest cityin Baja California and is considered part of the San Diego-Tijuana metropolitan area. There are approximately 1.7 million people living within the 246 square miles of the city and over 1.9 million in the metropolitan area.

Tijuana is the fifth largest metropolitan area in Mexico. Its border with San Diego, stretching 15 miles, makes Tijuana the most visited border city and the busiest land-border crossing in the world. More than fifty million people cross this border every year for work and tourism. Tourism is a major industry in Tijuana along with manufacturing. In fact, Tijuana is the medical device manufacture capital of North America.Major colleges in Tijuana include the Autonomous University of Baja California, Tijuana, Tijuana Institute of Technology, the Universidad Xochicalco, and University of the Californias.

Culture and history extend back centuries in Tijuana. Originally inhabited by the Kumeyaay, Spanish explorers started arriving as early as the mid-16th century and have had a significant influence on the culture of Tijuana. The city boasts many religious site ssuch as the Catedral de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe as well as historic spots like the Tijuana Museum of History in the old Municipal Palace and featuring over 3,000 artifacts telling the story of Tijuana.

Tourism has played a major role in the city for centuries including during the U.S. Prohibition period where US nationals would head to the hotels and casinos on Avenida Revolucion. Hotel Caesar is known as the birthplace of the Caesar salad. Today, shoppers head to the Plaza Rio Tijuana and Avenida Revolucion is still a popular hot spot with nightclubs and bars like Coko Bongo and Las Pulgas.

With steep hills and canyons, Tijuana is known for having rough terrain. The semi-arid climate keeps the area fairly dry with less than 10 inches of average annual rainfall. Wintertime temperatures tend to dip into the mid-50’s while summertime highs reach into the low 80’s in July, August and September.

Real estate and rentals are growing along with the increase in Tijuana’s economy and manufacturing sector. Developers are currently in the process of building thousands of condos and high rises which are expected to change the look of Tijuana. Although cheaper than San Diego, Tijuana housing and condo costs are expected to rise as the city becomes a more attractive place to live.

Tijuana’s population will continue to increase as more permanent residents and retirees settle down in this community. As sectors beyond tourism increase, more people will be attracted to the growing economy, new construction, and culture.


Tijuana, Mexico

Tijuana, Mexico
  • Country: Mexico

  • State: Baja California

  • Nickname: Gateway to Mexico

  • Population: 1.7 million

  • Area:

    Land: 637 km2

    Urban: 1,392.5 km2


Lifestyle and Culture

While known for being a border town with a vibrant nightlife, Tijuana boasts some museums, galleries and public gardens worth exploring too. The Museo de las Californias highlights the history of Baja California from prehistoric times to the modern day including replicas of cave paintings. Parque Morelos is the largest park in Tijuana and an ecological reserve. With a pool, lake, botanical gardens and open spaces, families frequently spend the day here. Tijuana hosts many festivals throughout the year including Dia de losMuertos, the Tijuana Jazz and Blues Festival and the Tijuana Folk Art Festival. There are nearly 10 major colleges and universities in Tijuana. Some of the major universities include the Autonomous University of Baja California in Tijuana, the Tijuana Institute of Technology, Universidad Iberoamericana, Universidad Xochicalco and the University of the Californias.


Entertainment and Tourism

Tijuana is known for its nightlife and also for being home to the longest bar in the world at Mexicali. Other famous hot spots are La Cantina de los Remedios, Iggy’s Club, and Papas and Beers which is on 43,000 square feet of white sand. Most of the trendiest locations are in Rosarito. Association football is the most popular sport in Tijuana and the city is home to Club Tijuana who play in the Estadio Caliente – a brand new facility with a 33,000 seat capacity. Other major sports include the Toros de Tijuana, a professional baseball team, and the Tijuana Zonkeys, a pro basketball team.

Entertainment and Tourism

Districts & Neighborhoods

Tijuana is divided into 8 distinctive administrative boroughs. The boroughs are then divided into neighborhoods. Each borough is responsible for public works, urban development and other administrative services. Some of the districts and neighborhoods include:


Centro encompasses old downtown, new downtown and the red light district. Most of the city’s tourism is centered in Centro including Avenida Revolucion which is famous for its shops and bars. The main attraction for tourists is looking for shopping opportunities and for partyers it is the cheap beer and popular nightclubs.

Otay Centenario

Otay and Centenariois home to the Tijuana International Airport as well as the majority of the factories in the city. There is also the Otay entry point into the United States located in this borough and is also home to the three most important streets: Boulevard BellasArtes, Boulevard Industrial and Mexican Federal Highway 2 which runs the length of the border from Tijuana to Ciudad Juarez near the Texas border.


Playas de Tijuana

This borough is the western-most point of the city and home to the most visited beaches in Tijuana. Playas de Tijuana borders the United States to the north and the Pacific Ocean to the west. The Arts & Culture House is situated in this borough and includes a small bullfighting ring known as the Cortijo San José.

San Antonio de los Buenos

Mostly residential, San Antonio de los Buenos is a community located southwest of the city center. It is also the highest point in Tijuana, so the landscape has many broadcast antennas. San Antonio de los Buenos is also home to two major industrial parks.

Real Estate Market

All signs are pointing to Tijuana’s real estate boom. Over 2,000 condos are being developed in towers that will change the skyline of Tijuana. Housing options are very affordable compared to other nearby cities such as San Diego where rent is almost 90% less expensive. Tijuana has a higher cost of living than Ensenada to the south.

The housing market is tied to the Tijuana economy as well as San Diego’s and southern California’s. Tijuana has a diverse and skilled workforce which is often less expensive to utilize than other North American options. Foreign companies are establishing industrial parks composed of assembly plants which provide a lot of jobs for Tijuana residents. Although only 2% of residents in Tijuana are Americans, the trend is growing. Rent in San Diego is considered extremely high and, as Tijuana becomes a safer place, many Americans are considering making the move and commuting back to San Diego for work, or even taking advantage of the high skill jobs available in the city.

Nearly half of the buyers looking to call Tijuana their home are Mexican citizens who work in San Diego County. Analysts are also predicting that San Diego residents will consider calling the more affordable city of Tijuana their home and commute back into the United States. Millennials are opting to move into the new condos being constructed near Estadio Caliente stadium where most of the units were pre-sold.

  • Price per Square Meter to Buy Apartment in City Centre: $1,028.56
  • Price per Square Meter to Buy Apartment Outside of Centre: $553.04
Home Style Average Rent Price
1-bedroom apartment in City Centre $353.07
1-bedroom apartment Outside of Centre $212.22
3-bedroom apartment in City Centre $783.17
3-bedroom apartment Outside of Centre $631.04

Source: www.numbeo.com (March 2021)



There are many great universities in Tijuana. Some of the highly ranked colleges in the Baja Peninsula are found in Tijuana including Instituto Tecnológico de Tijuana (Tijuana Institute of Technology), Universidad de las Californias Internacional S.C. (University of California International), and the Universidad Tecnológica de Tijuana. The city’s public schools are managedby the Secretary of Public Education. Public schools are free and funded by the government. Uniforms are often required and add an additional cost to education but most parents seem to appreciate the fact their children have to conform to a set of standards.There are also many primary and secondary schools in Tijuana that are highly ranked in the country.

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