A large city in North Western Mexico, Tijuana is a popular destination located across the border from San Diego in the United States. Due to its Pacific coastal location, the city has a mild climate all year round, and its proximity to the United States makes it an ideal holiday destination. The city has grown from a humble border town into a large modern city with an ever expanding tourist strip and amenities for visitors. The city is well served by a number of Mexican airlines that provide flights to a variety of domestic destinations, in addition to the international destinations Shanghai and Tokyo. The Mexican airlines such as Viva Aerobus, Volaris and Interjet are dedicated to offering low-cost products, and are a good option for getting cheap flights to the city. Tourists should also consider flying to a nearby U.S. city and find a subsequent connection to the city to improve your chances of getting cheap flights to the city.There is more to Tijuana than the usual tourist spots, and in recent years the city has found new ways to reinvent itself. If you are interested in cuisine, the city has outstanding fresh food, great local restaurants, and fabulous wines that can rival anything from California. The city is just a mere 18 miles south of San Diego, so is a perfect location for day trips or weekend breaks. The city is by the ocean but it is not known for sandy beaches or boating. However, the celebrated resort of Rosarito is just a short distance from the city.
Once your flight to the airport has touched down there are a number of options for onward travel to the city and the surrounding region. To get an authorised taxi cab to the city centre, you can buy a ticket from the one of the booths at the terminal exit. Aeromexico Airlines offers a bus shuttle service to cities in the region, in addition to several cities in the U.S. State of California. You are also encouraged to make use public transportation, following your flight take the blue and white buses marked "Centro" or "Plaza Rio", to reach the centre. The major bus companies operate from a bus station to the east of the terminal, and serve locations such as San Diego, Los Angeles, Bakersfield, as well as host of destinations south of the border, including Tecate and Rasarito.