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By Tony Tee T La Zona, also known as La Zona Norte also known as La Coahuila actual name of the street is one of the city's oldest neighborhoods and home to Tijuana's infamous red light district. La Zona Norte is sandwiched between Tijuana's downtown and The United States border, making it the first or last depending how you see it neighborhood in Latin America. The geography alone makes it a special place in the world, but that's not even the tip of the iceberg for all the things we can find here.
There are different faces to La Zona, all equally as interesting , some a bit shocking but all of them make it what it is, a wild place where anything can happen as well as a dark place that needs much help from local authorities to help it clean up. La Zona is a neighborhood, where families live, schools operate and people live their lives.
La Zona is a flea market, one of the best of the city, happening on Sundays or Mondays, La Zona's flea market known in Spanish as "Sobre Ruedas" is filled with treasures for a very cheap price. La Zona is the part of Tijuana where men and women are deported from the United States into Mexico daily, causing a world of problems for living and vagrancy.
La Zona is the most drug addicted part of Tijuana. Heroin and meth tolerance zones run right along the riverbed and on the border with the States. It is a scary part of Tijuana that has been around for years and little has been done by local authorities to help better its decaying situation. La Zona is also home to dozens and dozens of strips bars, brothels, hole in the wall dive bars and crazy s red light street folklore that makes it crazy and interesting all at once.
There are a thousand places to party here and the intention of this guide is to give you an idea of how to have a really good time and not get into trouble while doing it. The Zona Norte is not for everybody. I love to party after hours there with my amigos but I am a local, I speak the language and know what to do and where to go. If you don't have tough skin I don't think you should go there.