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    The “Land of Wine”

    With about 450,000 residents, this city 70 miles south of the border is both a major seaport and a major resort region, with offerings ranging from restaurants to shopping to nearby wine country.

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    The “Land of Wine”

    With about 450,000 residents, this city 70 miles south of the border is both a major seaport and a major resort region, with offerings ranging from restaurants to shopping to nearby wine country.

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Getting to Ensenada

To visit Ensenada from Tijuana, drive along the scenic road for approximately 70 miles. If visiting Ensenada you need to cross one of the cities with the US border, such as Tijuana.

Flying

Aeropuerto Internacional de Tijuana

Carretera Aeropuerto S/N, Nueva Tijuana
22435 Tijuana, B.C.
México
+01 664 607 8200

San Diego International Airport

3225 N Harbor Dr
San Diego, CA 92101
+1 619-400-2404

Bus

Ensenada

If visiting Ensenada by Bus from the San Diego area, the best option is to take the San Diego Trolley to San Ysidro, then walk across the border to the small Plaza Viva bus station. ABC buses depart for Ensenada every half hour from 6a.m. until 9:30p.m. Arriving directly in Ensenada at the Ensenada Central Terminal.

Also at Plaza Viva (Av de la Amistad, Zona Urbana Río Tijuana, Centro, 22010 Tijuana, B.C.), Aragon buses depart for Ensenada every hour from 6a.m. until 10p.m. They arrive in Ensenada at their own terminal on Av. Riveroll & Calle 8. Aragon buses depart from Ensenada to the Tijuana border.