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I had never been to Mexico and since I was in San Diego, decided to drive over to TJ to do some sight seeing and shopping. The most interesting sight was a donkey painted with black strips to like a zebra and available for photos...More
Having been to quite a few arts and crafts markets in Latin America, this one in Tijuana doesn't hold a candle to what I've seen and that's why I've rated it as just average. However, if you like talavera pottery, there's LOTS and LOTS of...More
I walked two miles from my hotel to check out the Artesanias Market. I still couldn't see it-it is not marked very clearly. I saw some concrete lawn pieces and walked toward them and it turned out that this was the market. If I hadn't...More
Whether you walk from the border or take a taxi you'll find the craft items here a great adventure. If you walk the cement walkway, with stairs, from the border across the Tijuana River, through shopping areas and plazas and over roadways it's harder, but...More
If you want pottery, items made of concrete or metal, go to this place. You buy staff here at a quarter of the pray they sell them just a few blocks away in downtown around the big arch. If you like paintings, look for a...More
Mercado Artesanias, tucked up close to the border east of Revolucion, is a great place to shop for curios and souvenirs. There you’ll find furniture, statues, cast cement garden furniture, shoes & boots, stained glass, ceramics, clothing, blankets, leather, glass, carved wood and worked metal,...More