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Mexico Regional Road Maps
Mexico Regional Road Maps
Item Code : ITMB10319
Scale 1:650,000. Indexed. International Travel Maps edition. Waterproof and Double-Sided.
This road map of Baja California Peninsula to plan your trip, to prepare your itinerary, and to travel independently in this Northwest Mexican region.
Touristic information: airports, border crossings, gas/filling stations, sea ports, hotels, camping sites, archaeological sites, post offices, libraries, waterfalls, beaches, cave paintings and petroglyphs, wells or springs, volcanoes, whale watching, mines and quarries, surfing, kayaking, museums, scenic viewpoints, points of interests, lighthouses.
Item Code : ITMB10459Scale 1:800,000. International Travel Maps edition. The northern Pacific coastline of Mexico borders on California and Arizona and is a popular travel destination. Sonora is the more northerly state of Mexico, bordering on Baja California on its west (much of which is included on this map) Nogales is probably the best-known city, although Hermosillo is the capital. Sinaloa is more southerly, and is probably best known for Mazatlán, the popular ocean resort community and cruise ship port of call. Sinaloa is also the starting point for the famous train excursion known as the Copper Canyon, originating in Los Mochis. The rail route is shown on the map. The canyon is actually in Chihuahua State, which is included on this map, and goes through a portion of Mexico that is pretty much devoid of roads. The trip ends in Cuauhtémoc, but users are advised to stay on the train to the capital city, also called Chihuahua. We have included the top ten attractions of the region, including the Pinacate Volcanic Field, the Nacapule Canyon, and Las Labradas World Heritage site. This is a part of Mexico easy to reach from the USA, and has many attractive cities.
Item Code : NATL10320Our Baja Bundle Pack combines both the North and South Baja Adventure Maps in one value-priced pack - for a savings of 15%. Together, the two maps cover the entire Baja peninsula and include detailed insets of Tijuana, Mexicali, Ensenada, La Paz, San Jose Del Cabo, Cabo San Lucas, and the Cabo Resort Corridor. Highlights: Federally Protected Areas provided by the Nature Conservancy of Mexico; detailed road network, ferry routes, and mileage charts; UNESCO World Heritage Sites; historic mission locations; popular diving, surfing, fishing, snorkeling, whale watching, and scenic viewpoint locations; detailed terrain with shaded relief; useful travel information. "Trust us, these new maps of Baja Norte and Sur are two of the most comprehensive and detailed maps of the region we've ever seen."
Item Code : NATL10321
Item Code : NATL10322
Item Code : ROUG10323Rough Guide Maps edition. Scale 1:650,000. Indexed. Rough Guide edition. English text and legends. Waterproof, tear-resistant, lightweight, paper-like plastic. Super! This is our largest scale map of Crete. Includes topographic contour lines. ~ Out of Print - Discontinued ~ This illustration is for the Crete map, but this will give you an idea.
Item Code : GUIR10324
Item Code : GUIR10325
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Item Code : ESPA10326
Item Code : GUIR10328
Item Code : ITMB10332
Item Code : ITMB10333
Scale 1:1,500,000 / 1: 10,000. Size 27"x39". International Travel Maps edition. Indexed.
Mexico continues to be a very popular travel destination, and its Pacific coast continues to attract millions of visitors each year.
Side 1 covers from Mazatlán south to east of Salina Cruz, including the resort towns of Puerto Vallarta and Acapulco. Due to the shape of Mexico, Mexico City and Oaxaca are also on this side and inset maps of both cities is included. Naturally, the map includes the road network of the region, touristic sites, and gas stations in out-of-the-way places.
Side 2, provides a full-sized map of Guadalajara, Mexico’s second-largest city and a wonderful destination for a visit. The city centre contains not only a magnificent cathedral and civic square, it also contains the Mercado Libertad, the largest such market in Latin America, perhaps in the world. In this edition, we have added two Top Attractions lists, with the primary sites of interest noted by a red box, such as San Juan de Allende and its baroque Spanish architecture.
Item Code : ITMB10334
Item Code : QUIM10336
Item Code : ITMB10337
Scale 1:12,500 / 1: 1,200,000. Size 27"x39". International Travel Maps edition. Indexed.
It would be impractical to portray the entire urban area on one map and have it make sense, so we show the portion of greatest interest to visitors, from the Chapultepec Zoological Park in the west to the incredibly busy Tapo Bus Terminal in the east, and from the railway station in the north to the southern east-west motorway just south of the main hospital complex.
Much of MC’s touristic interest is concentrated in the Zona Rosa, Reforma, and Zocalo segments of the city centre, and these are shown in detail, noting hotels, major restaurants, shopping areas, and points of interest. The map also includes inset maps of the San Angel area just north of the university, an inset map of the greater Mexico City Federal District and a transit map of greater MC.
The transit map is also reproduced on the back cover for ease of use. The reverse side of the map focusses on the central portion of Mexico, from San Luis Potosi in the north to Acapulco in the south and from Puerto Vallarta in the west to east of Pueblo in the east. It includes several well-known tourist resort areas, but also several important historic centres of Mexico, such as Guadalajara, Taxco, Cuernavaca, Leon, and San Miguel de Allende. It would be worthwhile for anyone travelling to Mexico to have this map alone; combining it with MC merely makes it into a ‘must have’ for anyone flying into MC and hoping to explore beyond the city.
Item Code : GUIR10338
Item Code : ITMB10339
Scale 1:1,200,000. Size 27"x39". International Travel Maps edition. English text and legends. Indexed.
The southern half of Mexico is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. It contains 90% of all resort destinations in Mexico, and includes the heartland of cultural and historic Mexico.
Whether one wishes to visit Puerto Vallarta, San Miguel de Allende, or Taxco, the western half of the country offers marvelous opportunities for exploration. The eastern half, on the reverse side of the sheet, portrays the Yucatan Peninsula, with all its many Mayan cities, Cancun with its many resorts, and Belize. Northern Guatemala, with Tikal and a dozen other ancient sites, is also on the map.
Item Code : ITMB10335
Item Code : ITMB10340Scale 1:1,000,000. International Travel Maps edition
Item Code : FRKO10346"Various scales". Size 17"x25". Franko maps edition. Laminated. Franko's Maps produces recreation maps for the land and water of selected tourist destinations. The maps are all printed on plasticized paper so they are water resistant. Waterproof recreational guide map for scuba divers, snorkelers, explorers, tourists and everyone who loves Cancun and the Riviera Maya. Provides conditions and attractions at scuba diving sites. Includes illustrations and common names (in English and Spanish) of Caribbean Sea creatures. Shows snorkeling sites, archeological sites, major roads, unpaved roads, places of interest. Chart of average air and surface water temperatures by month. On reverse: map of Playa del Carmen, Xel-Ha and Xcaret. Icons locate dive sites, dive shops, snorkel sites, hotels/resorts.
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Mexico Regional Road Maps