MAPS OF MEXICO
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Mexico is a large and diverse country and it's usually a good idea to check out a map of the area you are visiting before heading south.
To purchase maps of Mexico or maps of individual cities in Mexico visit the web site of MEXICO MAPS.
We have broken the map section of Mexico Expo into 3 different categories:
Drop by the web site of GEOBIS for a few interesting maps of Mexico City!
Baja is one of the easiest parts of Mexico to figure out. This long and slender peninsula is serviced by one major road, Mexico Highway One. You can get on the highway at the U.S. / Mexico border at Tijuana and travel 1,062 miles south where the road ends by the Cabo San Lucas Marina at Land's End.
There are a few other key roads such as Highway 5 from Mexicali to San Felipe, and Highway 19 from La Paz to Cabo, but Baja doesn't get too much more complicated than that. Unless you decide to head off of the blacktop. Then you might want to grab the Baja Map from Auto Club!
To purchase a good map of the Baja Peninsula visit the web site of MEXICO MAPS.
Mexico mainland is a big place, but most of the tourist activity takes place along the west coast. From the U.S / Mexican border Mexico's west coast is serviced by Highway 15 down to the area just north of Puerto Vallarta. Then Mexico Highway 200 takes over and hugs the coast all the way south almost to Guatemala.
The other key roads in mainland Mexico are the highways connecting Mexico City with the country's other large cities. Highway 95 connects Mexico City with Acapulco, Highway 134 connects Mexico City with Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo.
To purchase a good map of the Mexico visit the web site of MEXICO MAPS.
The Yucatan Peninsula is pretty easy to figure out. Most of the tourist activity in this region takes place on Highway 307 which heads south from Cancun and runs through the towns of Puerto Morelos, Akumal, Puerto Aventuras, Playa del Carmen, Xcaret and Tulum. This highway continues south to Chetumal and the Belize border.
Another key road in the Yucatan region is Highway 180. In addition to connecting Cancun with Chichen-Itza, this road continues west to the colonial city of Merida.
To purchase a good map of the Yucatan Peninsula visit the web site of MEXICO MAPS.