WAIT TIMES INTO THE U.S. San Ysidro - All Traffic: Vehicles: 0:45 Pedestrians: 0:35 Ready Lanes: Vehicles: 0:35 Pedestrians: Lanes Closed Sentri Lanes: Vehicles: 0:10
Otay Mesa - All Traffic: Vehicles: 1:00 Pedestrians: no delay Ready Lanes: Vehicles: 1:00 Pedestrians: Lanes Closed Sentri Lanes: Vehicles: 0:10 Cargo Standard: 1:00 Cargo FAST: 0:40
Tecate - All Traffic: Vehicles: 0:10 Pedestrians: no delay Ready Lanes: Vehicles: N/A Pedestrians: N/A Sentri Lanes: Vehicles: N/A
WAIT TIMES INTO MEXICO Tijuana - I-5: 0:10 I-805: No Wait

Are you wondering what to eat and drink in Tijuana?

Today, 32% of tourists that visit Baja California are moved by the food.

Food & Beverage

We produce over 80% of craft beer in Mexico; We also hold the most important urban gastronomy movement in the country, Baja also produces 90% of Mexico's wine.

Baja Wines

Baja's Valle De Guadalupe produces 90 percent of Mexico's wine, a fact that is all-but-unknown to many Californians who live north of the border.

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Tijuana Craft Breweries

Following in the tracks of its brewing neighbour San Diego, Tijuana is slowly establishing itself as a big player in the craft beer scene.

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Baja Med Cuisine

Today, 32% of tourists that visit Baja California are moved by the food.

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Street Food

Baja California is one of the world's greatest road trips and stopping for great street food, from the classic TJ tacos, Rosarito's Surf & Turf Burrito, Ensenada Black Market Fish Taco and La Guerrerense iconic Ceviche, just to name a few.

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Now that you're considering crossing into Mexico
Don't forget to visit the quick guide to crossing the border, to check the required travel documents as well as restricted goods.