Where to Stay

If you are an on a tight budget, you can stay at migrant houses that offer cheap and FREE accommodation for migrants and backpackers.

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  • Casa del Migrante en Tijuana (for men only), Calle Galileo 239, Col. Postal CP22350,
  • Casa del Migrante(for men & women), Av Hidalgo Int. #401, Col. Centro,
  • Casa Madre Asunta(for women & children), calle Galileo 2305 Col. Postal, phone (664)6830575


There are a number of mid-range and expensive hotels in Tijuana to choose from.

Where to Eat

There are a lot of world-class restaurants, cafes and eateries in Tijuana that serve local and international cuisine.

Hotel Astor Tijuana

Hotel Astor Tijuana offers comfortable and affordable functional rooms. They serve International Breakfast and WiFi connectivity is not a problem. Its location makes it accessible to the Tijuana International Airport, Tijuana World Trade Center, and American Consulate.

Cien Años

Cien Años is a very famous restaurant that offers lunch and dinner. It is named as such because its recipes are over 100 years old, dates back to the Aztec period. The exotic and old menu includes bone marrow soup and corn fungus.

Grand Hotel Tijuana

Grand Hotel Tijuana is one of the prominent features to be seen in Tijuana’s skyline because of its (2) 33-story twin towers. The hotel provides a more luxurious accommodation along with a number of restaurants, bars and an in-house mall. Nearby the hotel is Club Campestre de Tijuana, one of Tijuana’s prestigious and oldest country clubs.

Misión 19

Misión 19 is known to be one of the best restaurants in whole of Mexico. Although expensive based on Tijuana standards (price ranges from USD $40-80), it’s a culinary experience not to be missed.

Café La Especial

Café La Especial is a popular café located at the heart tourist district. It offers Mexican dishes served in a relaxed setting.

Bol Corona

Bol Corona is a must visit restaurant-franchise famous for popularizing the “burrito.” It serves inexpensive yet sumptuous Mexican cuisine. There is a branch near the San Diego border.


Caesar’s is one restaurant that’s hard to miss. Located along Avenida Revolucion, it is believed to be the birthplace of Caesar’s salad – mixed and served at your table.


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