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I stayed five nights in a great hotel on this street while having dental work done, so I had many hours of time to kill and spent a lot of it walking up and down Revolucion. I was thinking there would be more interesting shops,...More
"La Revu", as it is called in Spanish, can be everything and anything; for example, a set of tourist traps set all over the place: your photo with a donkey painted as a zebra, stores filled with low quality "the handcrafts" which sell cheaper than...More
The Revo has been in the slumps since the mid 90's and the arrival of mass violence in TJ back then. While the violence is still in TJ it has moved mostly away from the downtown corridor except on the North end of Revo in...More
I visited Tijuana last September. It was my first time in this border city. It was really amazing. Tijuana in general gives me the feeling of being in stand by, contemplating the life on the other side of the border, the better life, the american...More
A great place to stroll and take in the many sights. Keep your valuables locked up and preferable not on your wrists or neck. Never leave your wallet, camera or cell phone out of your hands. Keep all bags and purses locked upon and you...More
As long as you stay in the areas mentioned, those are tourist heavy areas and safe. My friend and I walked to downtown, which was an experience when we went off the main trail. I will say that when we were walking out of the... More
As long as you stay in the areas mentioned, those are tourist heavy areas and safe. My friend and I walked to downtown, which was an experience when we went off the main trail. I will say that when we were walking out of the Plaza Rio, we were randomly stopped and searched by police. I have no idea why, other than they said drugs were bad in the area.