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Cheap Flights from Tijuana to Guadalajara

Flight information Tijuana to Guadalajara

cheapest roundtrip price from Tijuana to Guadalajara last month

5

airlines fly non-stop from Tijuana to Guadalajara

106

flights a week from Tijuana to Guadalajara

2h 35min

average flight time from Tijuana to Guadalajara, total distance 1183 miles

Volaris

was the most popular airline flying from Tijuana to Guadalajara last month

1 airport

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Flying out of Tijuana

General Abelardo L. Rodriguez International Airport located in Baja California, Mexico is just south of the U.S. border. It is the fifth busiest airport in Mexico and can handle up to 360 flights per day. The airport can be accessed from both the Mexico and U.S. side via the Cross Border Express Bridge. TIJ is the primary hub for Avolar and also provides service via Aeromexico, Aeromexico Connect, ALMA de Mexico, and Volaris.

Other airports in the Tijuana area include the San Diego International Airport located 30 miles north of Tijuana and McClellan-Palomar Airport located in Carlsbad, CA, which is 80 miles north of the city.

Guadalajara Airport Options

Guadalajara International Airport, also known as Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla Guadalajara International Airport, is the primary airport servicing the Guadalajara, Mexico area. The airport was named after the “father of Mexican Independence,” Miguel Hidalgo. It is the third busiest airport in Mexico even with only one terminal. The airport includes basic dining and shopping amenities as well as a currency exchange and in-airport rental car options.

Tips for Traveling to Guadalajara

Guadalajara is the second largest city in Mexico and a popular destination for tourists. Since Guadalajara is best known for its tequila and mariachi music, it comes as no surprise that it is a popular destination for those who like a nightlife atmosphere. A must stop is Zona Minerva located in the downtown area, where patrons dress up and spend the night with drinks, dinner, and dancing.

The area is also known for its shopping, with fine ceramics, handicrafts, and housewares all for fantastic prices. Shoppers should don their walking shoes and spend the day in the Centro Historico and Mercado Libertad, both amazing markets with a variety of products to suit any shoppers taste.

When taking in the sites of the area, there are a few places to put on the top of your itinerary. Popular site seeing destinations include the Guachimotones Ruins, the Instituto Cultural Cabanas, the Jose Cuervo Distillery, the Basilica de Zapopan, and the Museo de las Artes.

Travel Warnings

While Guadalajara is a relatively safe tourist location, it is recommended to not travel too far from the area as other cities have a high rate of crime usually linked to the ongoing battle between Mexican police and the cartels that try and control various areas in the country. To ensure safety, travel via hotel or airport recommended services and routes.

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