Map of Baja North

Posted May 11th, 2013  by Go_Gringo ·  5 Comments

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The state of Baja California is one of Mexico’s most popular travel destinations.  Visitors to the state can consult the Baja map to locate various cities and regions that famously attract travelers from around the world.  The Baja map will help travelers plan their itineraries with easy driving routes and planned access to many historical, natural, and cultural attractions.


As travelers can see from the Baja map, the state of Baja California occupies the northern half of the Baja Peninsula.  The state boasts an area of 27, 071 square miles and is home to unique climates and geographical features.  From its interior mountains and desert terrain to its magnificent coastal waters and beaches, the state is popular for its many things to see and do.  Use the Baja map to locate beaches, major thoroughfares, and city sections where hotels and restaurants can be found.


Tijuana to Ensenada

As a major border city, Tijuana acts as an important gateway to the state of Baja California as well as the nation of Mexico.  When driving in northern Mexico, Tijuana is a great place to begin a journey since it is easily connected by highways to other major Baja cities as you can see on the Baja map.  The 73-mile journey to Ensenada from Tijuana can be completed in less than two hours.

  • Tijuana to Ensenada Free (Libre):  
    • Going north on Avenida Constitucion and turn right on Calle 4TA.  Turn left on Avenida Revolucion and then right on Calle 2DA.  Veer slightly left to merge onto Tecate/Mex 2.  Then, make a slight left on Via Poniente.  Via Poniente will become Avenida Internacional and then Periferico within a couple miles.  Head onto the ramp for Mex 1D/Ensenada and then merge onto Carretera Ensenada-Tijuana.  Remain on Carretera Ensenada-Tijuana and then follow the signs for Mex 1 Carretera Transpeninsular.  Head slightly left onto Mex 1/Esmeralda and then turn left on ramp where you’ll merge onto Ejercito Nacional.  At Avenida Cortes, take a right.  At Avenida Mexico, make a left.  Go right on Avenida Manuel M. Ponce and head straight into Ensenada.  
  •  Tijuana to Ensenada Toll (Cuota):
    • Hop on the Toll road in Tijuana for Rosarito/Ensenada, exit in Ensenada

Mexicali to Tijuana

As the state capital, Mexicali is also a popularly visited border town.  The 114-mile trip takes roughly two and half hours to complete across the northern stretch of the state.  As viewers can see from the Baja map, the trek is roughly a straight shot west from the capital city.  Begin heading east on Rio Ticolutla and turn left on Calle Novena.  Make a left on Boulevard Lazaro Cardenas and follow the signs to remain on this thoroughfare—even at the fork where you’ll turn left to stay on this road.  Take the Heroico Colegio Militar exit which becomes Mex-2.  Mex-2 becomes Mex-2D which drivers should take to Boulevard Industrial by making a slight right onto the ramp.  Again, merge onto Boulevard Lazaro Cardenas which becomes Avenida Internacional.  Make a left at Boulevard Cuauhtemoc Norte and then head straight to merge onto Boulevard Cuauhtemoc Sur.  Make a slight right at Rio Suchiate and then turn left on Boulevard Cuauhtemoc Sur Pte.  Make a right on Boulevard Agua Caliente which becomes Avenida Revolucion.  Turn left on Calle 5TA and then left on Avenida Constitucion and head into town.

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