Calle Primera in Ensenada is one of the main streets in this city, and is its premier tourist street.
This street is one of the most attractive streets of the city.
For a fun time, either on foot or by car, Calle Primera is ideal.
It's nice to see other people and families walking on the sidewalks.
It is also interesting to browse in some shops which offer unique crafts and pieces of art.
Streets intersecting Calle Primera:
Also known as La Primera or Avenida López Mateos, this avenue runs from northwest to southeast, and its starting point is at two blocks away from the Malecón.
Calle Primera is a branch of Calle Ryerson, almost at the northern entrance to Ensenada and ends at Avenida Reforma.
The first eight blocks of Calle Primera are its tourist segment.
First Street is the main tourist street of the city.
Along it there are hotels, restaurants, bars, gift shops, and cafes.
If you are a visitor, we recommend a walk through it. You will have fun visiting craft shops.
Visit a wine shop and sipp a local wine produced in the Wine Route.
In the vicinity of this street is the famous Fish Market.
The famous Hussong's Cantina is in Ruiz Street, very close by.
Papas & Beer, the best place to dance in the city, is located on the corner of Ruiz Street and Calle Primera.
At night the street is traveled by cars full of cheerful boys and girls.
At this time you can select a restaurant for dinner, from vegetarian food to French cuisine, and from burritos to sushi.
Calle Primera is in the Tourist Heart of Ensenada.