What to do in Mexicali


There are a lot of places worth visiting and nightlife, outdoor, sports and other forms of recreation are plenty in Mexicali!

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  • The Asociacón China de Mexicali – one of Mexicali’s oldest Chinese associations located at Avenida Benito Juárez. It is open on weekend mornings, displayed are portraits of Chinese immigrants, murals celebrating Mexicali’s Oriental legacy, and dragon costumes during festivals.
  • Catedral de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe – located at Bulevar Morelos, the cathedral is Mexicali’s oldest.
  • Museums Galore – there are 12 museums in Mexicali. Three of the most famous ones are:


Museo Interactivo Sol del Niño – Interactive and scientific museum for adults and children.

Plaza de Toros Calafia – a bullring with toreros from Spain and Latin America Bosque y Zoologico de la Ciudad – The biggest park in Mexicali that has a city zoo.

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  • Guadalupe Canyon Hot Springs – famous with Mexicali locals, provides hot baths and a venue for camping.



Here is a list of high-end to budget hotels you can stay at Mexicali:

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  • Araiza Hotel and Convention Center
  • Crowne Plaza
  • Hotel Lucerna
  • Hotel Del Norte
  • Hotel Azteca de Oro
  • Hotel Cosmos Posada
  • Hotel La Chinesca
  • Hotel Samil, Blvd.
  • Hotel Villa del Sol





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