Located in South San Diego, San Ysidro is a border town that is one of the most culturally eclectic in the whole county. San Ysidro is also home to the world’s busiest border crossing, and businesses in the town are tailored to meet the demands of travelers to and from the United States.
San Ysidro also has some of the most affordable homes in the county, making it a great place to move if you are on a budget but still want to live in San Diego. It is also one of the cheaper places to stay in the county, even though it doesn’t skimp on the amenities on offer for residents. If you are Spanish speaking, you’ll love San Ysidro, with public signs, and street signs mostly written in both English and Spanish. Owing to the area’s diversity, the culture in the area is also eclectic and rich; residents can savor all the culture and history every day.
The food also benefits from the rich diversity of the community. Expect fantastic Mexican American restaurants that offer a variety of dishes to satisfy any appetite. Be sure to visit Beyer Deli, the EL Rincon Restaurant, and Restaurante Ceasar’s to get your fill of what the area has to offer.
San Ysidro offers a lot for a place that is relatively cheaper to live in, and if you desire a home in San Diego, San Ysidro is one town you might want to really look into.