Top Clinics in Tijuana
Why Dental Tourism Association?
With rare exceptions, yes. Every year some 300,000 tourists from the US, Canada and all over the world visit Tijuana and the Baja region for discounted shopping, sightseeing, sunsoaking and the well-known night life.
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Tijuana is near you
San Diego to Tijuana: 16 miles (27 km), 32 minutes; Los Angeles to Tijuana: 134 miles (218 km), 2.5 hours; Las Vegas to Tijuana: 341 miles (548 km), 5.5 hours; Phoenix to Tijuana: 354 miles (595 km), 6 hours.
We Speak Your Language
In Tijuana, most people working in the industry speak English. Although the official language Spanish, dentists and staff in our best clinics are fluent in English.
Dental Clinics in Tijuana
Tijuana has been recommended by the New York Times as the eighth best site to visit in 2017. Here you can traverse its streets and immerse yourself in its multifaceted and vibrant culture. It has its own charm and it is a melting pot of the regional diversities of Mexico and other cultures beyond its borders because it has been favored by its proximity to the United States.
The eclectic style of this city will hypnotize you with its walls turned into Street art exhibitions, its old commercial passages taken by independent plastic artists, its historic buildings and its monumental arch, architectural icon within its avant-garde style.
Tijuana boasts the ‘most crossed border in the world,’ and in many ways offers the full border-town experience with its vibrant cocktail of cultures, vigorous nightlife, great range of restaurants and bars, and sleazy red-light district. Yes it’s gritty and yes, there’s plenty of violent crime, but in reality tourists are rarely a target. What’s changed about Tijuana over the years is the emergence of a dynamic craft beer, dining and urban art scene. Several pasajes (passages) off main thoroughfare La Revolución (or La Revo, as it is commonly known) are now home to contemporary galleries and arty cafes. Many hip, lauded restaurants have opened in Zona Río, the upscale commercial center that runs alongside the river. Here you’ll also find Plaza Fiesta, the rough-around-the-edges center of the craft beer and bar scene that perhaps more than anywhere embodies the ever-evolving, hedonistic yet distinctly Mexican soul of Tijuana.