United States/Mexico Border

Guests of Quality Hotel Americana Nogales in Nogales, Arizona will find themselves less than a mile from the Mexico border. The town of Nogales, Sonora is just on the other side. Stroll down Obregon Street, which is home to unique stores and authentic restaurants. Travel to another country with just going a few miles and experience Mexican color and culture. Visitors are free to brush up on their Spanish but English is spoken by most everyone.

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    • Nogales 3rd Annual Tequila Festival
    • Tubac Fall Arts & Crafts Festival
    • Fall/Winter Sonora Plenary


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    • Dining
  • FAQs

    • What kind of shops can I find in Nogales, Mexico?

      As you walk down Obregon Street, you’ll find a wide range of stores that sell everything from pottery, glassware, and furniture to baskets, leather, and jewelry. None of the prices are set in stone and bargaining is all part of the experience. There’s no need to get pesos for your shopping adventure in Nogales, Mexico. Merchants prefer that you pay in US dollars.
    • Where can I go for traditional Mexican food across the Border?

      Just south of the border in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, travelers can enjoy authentic Mexican cuisine that won't disappoint. La Roca Restaurant has been a neighborhood staple for decades, and has live music and drink specials that will sure to please. The family-run El Marcos and La Fondita, just adjacent from each other, both serve delicious Mexican food and drinks, from filet with chimichurri to seafood enchiladas.

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