Baja California Norte
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From Tijuana: Valle de Guadalupe Private Winery Tour

1. From Tijuana: Valle de Guadalupe Private Winery Tour

Begin your day by meeting your tour guide at your hotel in Tijuana and enjoy the panoramic views of the highway to Valle de Guadalupe. Once in the valley, stop at LA Cetto winery where you will enjoy a delicious wine tasting.  Next, head to Baron Balche winery where you will also have a wine tasting. After the wineries, visit a local shop named "Los Globos." Taste local, homemade products such as different kinds of cheese, olive oils, homemade jam, bread, olives, and more.  Have lunch at your own expense and choose from a few options such as La Esperanza, Finca Altozano, or Malva. Finish your tour by getting dropped off back in Tijuana.

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Tijuana: Guided City Tour with Local Food and Beer Tasting

2. Tijuana: Guided City Tour with Local Food and Beer Tasting

Begin your fun city tour and discover the best of Tijuana by meeting your expert guide in the Galerías Hipódromo Mall. Once in the van, start touring the city and learn the important facts of the avenues and monuments from your tour guide.  Visit Tijuana's beaches and go to the exact place where "The Wall" divides the border between Mexico and the United States. Get the chance to see the famous Brotherhood Mural. After, enjoy a panoramic view while on the Paseo de los Heroes Avenue. Go through the Plaza Rio and visit the cultural space "Cecut." Then go through Avenida Revolución to see the monumental clock. Visit the famous Caliente Casino, the impressive "Xolos" soccer stadium, and the Black Room from the stadium if there is no soccer game. Head to Gastro Park to have a delicious food tasting. Discover food trucks with different types of local food. In addition, taste local craft beer and learn about its production.

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