Tijuana Street Map

Posted May 10th, 2013  by Go_Gringo ·  5 Comments

Street Map of Tijuana

Tijuana Street Map

Click HERE to view the large overview map of Tijuana

Tijuana is a busy city, in fact Tijuana is the most populated city in Baja. This map should help you find where you’re going.

Once you’ve arrived in Tijuana, Baja Mexico you will use this Tijuana Street map to find gas stations, hospitals, tourist centers and hotels.


Are you coming from Rosarito, Ensenada or other points south? As your enter Tijuana you’ll notice the street signs, use this Tijuana street map to match the street sign with your location.

Are you hungry? Find the McDonalds on the map here.

Out of gas? This map displays gas stations in and around Tijuana.

Do you have a medical emergency? Use the map to find the red-cross symbol to find medical assistance in Tijuana.

Tijuana is a wonderful place to visit, but most often Tourists find themselves looking for a way through the city.  There are several major roads in and out of the city but in the confusion of signs in spanish, and unfamiliar faces, buildings and vehicles it is easy for the tourist to get lost in Tijuana.  This Tijuana Street Map should help you find your way not just back to the U.S., but to anywhere you are looking to go through Tijuana.  On Sundays you might find the off-ramps and on-ramps to the border crossings in Tijuana congested and difficult to navigate.  There may also be time when the Tijuana police re-route traffic to the Otay Crossing if the San Ysidro crossing is too crowded.  When this happens, let your passenger use this map to help you navigate your way through the city.  Perhaps you might even stop for a bathroom break and an ice cream on the way!

If your destination is Tijuana, in Baja California – then this Street Level map of Tijuana will help you find your precise destination in Baja.

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5 Replies to "Tijuana Street Map"

p estes

How do we access the sentry lane in Tijuana coming from Rosarito

Jul 13, 2015 at 15:53:49 pm


    1. Dirígete hacia el nordeste en De Palmas hacia Coronado
    0,1 km
    2. Gira a la izquierda hacia Rosarito
    0,1 km
    3. Gira a la derecha en la 1.ª bocacalle hacia Nogal
    79 m
    4. Gira a la derecha hacia Rosarito – Ensenada/Transpeninsular Highway/México 1
    1,3 km
    5. Gira a la izquierda por incorporarte a México 1D en dirección Ensenada
    0,3 km
    6. Gira a la derecha hacia Ensenada – Rosarito/Transpeninsular Highway/México 1
    78 m
    7. Gira a la derecha hacia Ensenada – Rosarito/Transpeninsular Highway/México 1
    25 m
    8. Incorpórate a México 1D por el ramal en dirección Tijuana
    Carretera parcialmente con peajes
    28,9 km
    9. Toma la salida hacia San Diego/Carretera Federal 5/Zona Río
    0,2 km
    10. Incorpórate a Lib. Sur/Periférico y o Libramiento Sur/Segunda Benito Juarez
    Continúa hacia Segunda Benito Juarez
    5,5 km
    11. Gira ligeramente a la derecha hacia Av Melchor Ocampo
    0,2 km
    12. Gira a la izquierda hacia Benito Juárez/Segunda
    0,3 km
    13. Mantente a la derecha en la bifurcación y sigue las señales de Garita de San Ysidro/Col. Federal
    0,4 km
    14. Continúa por Paseo de los Heroes.
    92 m
    15. Continúa por Vía Rápida Pte.
    0,1 km
    16. Continúa por Dist Caracol Zona del Río/Puente México.
    0,4 km
    17. Mantente a la izquierda para permanecer en Dist Caracol Zona del Río/Puente México
    Entrando en Estados Unidos (California)
    0,5 km
    18. Continúa por John J. Montgomery Fwy/San Diego Fwy.
    88 m
    19. Continúa por I-5 N/John J. Montgomery Fwy/San Diego Fwy.
    0,5 km
    20. Mantente a la izquierda en la bifurcación para permanecer en I-5 N
    0,9 km
    21. Toma la salida 1B en dirección Via De San Ysidro
    0,3 km
    22. Gira a la derecha hacia Via De San Ysidro
    75 m
    23. Gira a la izquierda en la 1.ª bocacalle hacia W San Ysidro Blvd
    0,3 km
    24. Gira a la derecha hacia Cottonwood Rd
    0,2 km
    25. Gira a la derecha
    Carretera de uso restringido
    El destino está a la derecha.

    Jul 31, 2015 at 22:17:57 pm

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Sep 17, 2015 at 09:03:20 am


    Ah yes, nicely put, evryeone.

    Jul 23, 2016 at 16:19:12 pm

Jason Lee Russell

So there is lot of fun and thing to do and what if u like it what the cost of living there I’m leaving washgtion state on the Feb 5 2017 head your way

Jan 26, 2017 at 20:49:55 pm

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