This roadlog and driving map of Veracruz on the Mexican Gulf Coast is for drivers who want to know more than driving distances. It is incorporated into the road log from the Texas border to Acayucan. The Mexican Gulf Coast map below map is a combination of a road map and road log or roadlog, with interesting facts and places to visit throughout Veracruz. For example, you might drive past the exit for Tuxpam (also spelled Tuxpan), Veracruz without knowing that it was here that Fidel Castro launched his boat Granma and sailed on to Cuba to launch his successful revolution. Unless you are a Fidel aficionado, Tuxpan has little to offer tourists. Keep driving.
The Tampico bypass inset map will save you time and aggravation. If driving to Belize, this is the only way to go. I also have last leg to Belize available Acayucan to Chetumal, it should be in the shopping cart.
See my Mexico map store for the Gulf Coast maps here.
If you are interested in psychic energy areas of the Mexican Gulf Coast, the state of Veracruz has many. I've noted some areas of psychic energy on this map of Veracruz state. There are brujas, but not just where you think, like Catemaco, but in Santiago Tuxtla (near San Andres Tuxtla and Catemaco) and Papantla, near El Tajin archeology ruins. Naturally, hot springs or mineral water springs are indicated. San Andres Tuxtla is the cigar capitol of Mexico and Papantla is the vanilla capitol of Mexico. Of course the mundane things like RV parks, drive times, driving distances and toll roads are included. Added to this is my knowledge of driving Mexico, so I tell you how to get out of Tampico and which shortcuts to take and to avoid. This Mexico map explains why to visit Jalapa (also spelled Xalapa) Veracruz. There is a hot spring, Carrizal aguas termales on the road to Xalapa, Veracruz.
The map of the Mexican Gulf coast below is an inferior .jpg copy of the PDF version of the Tampico-Acayucan map. You can get a PDF copy of this map of Veracruz from my store.
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