MEXICALI
MEXICALI

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THE BORDER AND MODERNITY

The capital of the state and the industrial and agricultural center of the region, which gives it a dynamic urban character.

Its quality of life standards are among the highest in the country.

It offers a wide range of commercial establishments, a solid infrastructure with first-class hotels, and excellent facilities for meetings, conferences, and exhibitions.

In Mexicali, there are various cultural events, including annual dance and opera festivals, several galleries, and museums. One of the notable museums is the Sol del Niño Museum, a learning center with over 100 exhibits on topics such as science, technology, art, and the environment. The city also has a bullring and a pleasant zoo.

The surroundings of Mexicali are populated with ranches and areas that offer various natural attractions, with many providing facilities for hunting.

Mexicali

What to Eat in Mexicali

What to Do in Mexicali

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UNMISSABLE EXPERIENCES IN MEXICALI

Visit the CEART (Culture Center)

Have fun in the Mexicali Zoo

Visit the Guadalupe Canyon Natural Park

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Enjoy a complete overview of Baja California

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