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Richard asks…

Do I need a passport to visit Ensenada, Baja California Norte, Mexico for less than 24 hrs?

I’m in Los Angeles and I don’t have a passport. The only things I have are a new copy of my birth certificate and the new California I.D. It’s a funeral that I would like to attend today. I’d be travelling by land through the main border crossing which goes to Tijuana. Thanks in advance for your help.

Tijuana answers:

To save time upon your return, it’s always best to have a passport. But you can’t be kept out of your country, so a birth certificate and ID are accepted, but you probably be sent to secondary inspection as a result. Have a safe trip. You don’t need a passport to go to Tijuana! Tourists are always welcome, but you need a passport to go deeper into Mexico.

John asks…

If I cross the border to Mexico from California; Is there anything to do there? like attractions?

If I cross the border to Mexico from California; Is there anything to do there? like attractions?

And which city should I visit? dont wanna go to far from Usa!

Tijuana answers:

Tijuana is right on the border. It’s a rough, rather grim place without a lot to recommend it, though people from Southern California go there for different reasons (cheap prescription medicines, cheap auto body repair, legal prostitution, etc.)

In Tijuana, Avenida Revolucion is the main tourist strip with lots of souvenir shops, restaurants, etc. There’s also a Jai Alai palace there that can be very interesting if you’ve never seen the game played before. Tijuana also has a modern Cultural Center that’s interesting and worth a visit if you’re looking for things to do.

As others have suggested, moving south is usually a good idea. Ensenada can be a good weekend trip, with lots of hotels, restaurants, bars, etc. They’ve also got a busy waterfront area where you can charter a boat for some deep sea fishing or do a whale watching trip.

Baja is also the heart of Mexico’s young wine industry and there are a number of small (and good sized) wineries along the route between Tecate and Ensenada. Many of these offer wine tasting rooms, and there are also some wine tasting rooms in Ensenada.

Have fun!

Lisa asks…

who can give me a web where i can see a baja california tijuana driver license?

i want to know the difference between a real one and a fake one

Tijuana answers:

Both fake and real look exactly the same, the diference is when you bend it, a little bit the fake one will unglue, and also there is special lights to know the difference

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