Departing from San Diego, cross the border at Tijuana and you can use the toll highway (Mex 1D ) that runs along the edge of the Pacific Ocean with its scenic route 100 km long that is covered in a little more than 1 hour. When you get to the San Miguel bridge, turn right and take the free highway (Mex 1 ) which was the original route to Ensenada, and you will find the development 5 kilometers from this intersection.
To the south, the free highway continues from the tip of the peninsula to San José del Cabo. To the east, there is Tecate at 150 km and Mexicali is another 172 kilometers beyond Tecate; both are border crossings to the United States. You can get there by car from the United States on highways 5 and 805 (which goes to the international border at San Isidro) of highway 905 (towards the Otay border line).
The most important land routes are:
70 miles. Estimated travel time: 1 hour 30 minutes.
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA; UNITED STATES:
215 miles. Estimated travel time: 4 hours 20 minutes.
200 miles. Estimated travel time: 3 hours 40 minutes.
93 miles. Estimated travel time: 2 hours 10 minutes.
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA; UNITED STATES:
90 miles. Estimated travel time: 2 hours.
53 miles. Estimated travel time: 45 minutes.
Three cruise lines call in at Ensenada all year round. Almost all of them have a duration of two to three days and depart from Los Angeles.
Other cruise ships also stop at Ensenada from other points like Cabo San Lucas; Baja California Sur, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Hawaii and Alaska; however they are not as frequent as those from Los Angeles.
The General Abelardo L. Rodríguez International Airport in Tijuana is the most important in Northern Baja California. There
are 75 flights from major cities in Mexico and the United States every day.
The airport is at Carretera Internacional s/n, Colonia Mesa de Otay, Tijuana.
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