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Guadalupe Valley Wine Route Tour in Baja California
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Guadalupe Valley Wine Route Tour in Baja California

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Discover Baja California’s wine region without worrying about transportation on a tour of the Guadalupe Valley (Valle de Guadalupe). The tour stops at local wineries, giving you the chance to try a rich variety of wines (own expense) while getting to know the wine culture in Mexico. Wine enthusiasts can learn more about the region’s wine by stopping at a local wine museum.
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Culture625967 wrote a review Aug 2020
20 contributions2 helpful votes
Casual and great fun. We felt safe, but it's always a good idea to be aware of your surroundings no matter where you are. People were friendly and helpful.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Michael G wrote a review Mar 2020
Lampang, Thailand358 contributions34 helpful votes
Ensenada has changed since I was here before it is a hopping place on the Saturday I was there , lots of young people gave ing a great time in lots of bars .I went to the oldest canine in Mexico housings it was a little more my style tho
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Date of experience: March 2020
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mini wrote a review Feb 2020
Fremont, California102,210 contributions3,842 helpful votes
We took a tour of First Street. It was one of our excusions when our cruise ship (Princess) was in Ensenada. There are tourist stores, cafes to explore.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Mojoblue717 wrote a review Feb 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom2,452 contributions259 helpful votes
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This report relates to an overall view of the Port of Ensenada as a Cruise Stop, not just First Street. We called at this port as a final stop on a cruise from LA to Hawaii. Apparently there is some law in the USA which incurs extra charges/tariffs/crew changes if an USA registered ship doesn't sail out of US waters. Consequently this town, which is in Mexico,situated south of Tijuana, and has a decent docking facility allows ships to call here and avoid these penalties. The place itself has little of any interest to offer visitors and is just a basic working town which is the centre of a major wine producing area. Having done research before the cruise, we decided to simply get off to stretch our legs after being 5 days at sea, since leaving Maui. The port area itself is quite modern, with pleasant surrounds, a few touristy shops and wi-fi, although when we were there, it wasn't working. We had a pleasant stroll out of the port and along the promenade, but found little else of interest. The place gives an impression of being run down, what shops we saw, sold a lot of "tourist tat" and our walk down Front Street, albeit during daytime, didn't inspire us one bit. Some friends from the ship found a nearby beach, others did a bus ride to the Blowhole, but no-one had much good to say about the place. Overall a bit of a wasted day, but at least we were on land
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Zulu wrote a review Jan 2020
British Columbia, Canada585 contributions321 helpful votes
All the regular Mexican souvenir junk is here. The bars you’ve heard of and never wanted to visit are here too. However, locals come here as well to buy gifts in the several excellent shops and to eat in the nice restaurants. Don’t miss the pastries at El Rey Sol. These are made with real cream and chocolate. The south end of the street houses some fine shops selling silver, art, and furniture. There is a good bread store selling artisan bread. There are some nice clothing stores and a high end shoe store. If boots are on your list, there are fine leather boots here. The street is clean, friendly and very safe.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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