Pianos that are played by themselves, doors closing abruptly, footsteps that resound through the corridor, are part of the events that happen there. … More Tijuana’s House of Culture
Juan the Soldier was a convicted rapist and murderer who later became a folk saint to many in northwestern Mexico and in the southwestern United States. … More Juan Soldado Chapels
Avenida Revolución is known as the business card of Tijuana, “The most visited city in the world”. This spot was popular with American Navy sailors until the United States Navy prohibited sailors from visiting Tijuana. … More Revolución Av.
In the place where Luis Donaldo Colosio was assassinated, a square was built and a statue of the politician was placed. … More Colosio Statue at Lomas Taurinas
At the top of a hill is the ranch of Santiago Meza López, A man who dissolved 300 bodies into caustic soda. … More El Pozolero Ranch
Mexico: land associated with sarape, hat… and donkeys. … More Tijuana’s Zonkeys Spots