If you plan to cross the border on foot:
You only need to cross the border and we offer free shuttle service.
Crossing the international border on foot is extremely easy. You only need to exit the freeway at Camino de la Plaza and park your vehicle in any of the available parking lots. Crossing the border should not take more than 10 minutes.
Current Mexican law requires you to carry a passport document when entering Mexico by foot.
It is also possible to arrive to the border in public transportation. For information about rates and routes please consult the Metropolitan Transit System’s webpage at
Once in Tijuana you only need to wait for our shuttle (please program your trip with our receptionist).
A third option is to arrive at out clinic by taxi. Yellow taxis that can be found when crossing the border have fixed rates and the price should not exceed 5 USD. If you decide to take this service give the taxi driver the following address:
“Calle Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez, entre el palacio de gobierno y la Ave. Padre Kino. Frente a Funerales del Rio”.
If you wish to print this address, click here for a printable version. You can also ask the taxi driver to call us at the phone number (664) 682-9464.
How to get to OIM by driving (in your own vehicle)
Before deciding on coming in your own vehicle we remind you that crossing waiting time might be take as much as an hour and you might spend as much as three hours to reenter the US.
To get a printable map, please click here.
And don’t worry about parking space in Tijuana. Here at our clinic we have 14 spaces of free parking available in front of our building.
From the airport
The San Diego International Airport is a 30-minute drive from the international border. The easiest way to come to Tijuana is by using public transportation from the Metropolitan Transit System (for rates, routes and schedules, please consult their webpage at http://www.sdmts.com/trolley/trolley.asp (The trolley’s Blue Line’s last station is the San Ysidro-Tijuana international border).
*** Do not forget your Passport when coming to Mexico, current Mexican law requires you to carry with border crossing documentation.
Parking in San Ysidro
*We suggest two parking options in San Ysidro, CA. The addresses are available by following these links: