Here is Mexico's most vibrant state where the collective existence
beats with a
special force. Discover Mex
ico's oldest civilizations, its grandest history and the natural beauty which has inspired civilizations for over 3 millenniums leaving more than 1,200 archaeological sites for those of us living in the present to wonder about.
The warm and humid weather of the flat coastal region changes into a cooler area of high plains and rugged mountains towards the western limits. In fact, over one third of Mexican rivers flow across Veracruz. The climate varies drastically, offering humid warm zones and all-year round snow at the highest peaks
Most of the territory is located in the tropics and it results in a humid warm weatherwith rain during the summer and an annual average temperature of 77º F. There are 210 municipalities whose division into tourist zones is still evolving as the state continues to invest in its visitor infrastructure. Our web guide is simply 4 West to East cross sections of the long narrow coastal state with the attractions detailed by familiar visitor interests and needs.
The large 425 mile (684 km) coast line of Veracruz is the longest among the many states of the Gulf of Mexico sharing its borders with 7 states as well as the world with 3 of Mexico's busiest ports, several airports. The highway between Coatzacoalcos and Salina Cruz, Oaxaca which connects the Oceans of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans through the Istmus of Tehuantepec.
GETTING AROUND THERE
Exploring the 450 mile long coast of going inland into
the rain forest of mountains.
bus system is an good way to get to many of these smaller towns in
the State of Veracruz. ADO sells a BusPass good for
unrestricted travel on any of their routes within a determined time
period. Available through any travel agent outside of Mexico.
Veracruz Trip Report
Here's the older state map we began with for our enhanced versions below (210K opens in separate browser)
OFFICIAL State Tourism Offices in Mexico
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hotel in the north with many visitor guide pages.
comprehensive guide to the "City of Flowers " Xalapa carefully researched and categorized web links we provide the visitor to this lovely terrain with essential travel information
Zonzturista.com This site launched in 2002 catalogued hundreds of new additions in previously uncatalogued cities. We found space for most of their Veracruz pages. These links still could use a better home in our guide Cd. Cardel Hotels || Cd. Mendoza Hotels ||El Carrizal Hotels || Isla Hotels || Laguna Verde Hotels || Las Choapas Hotels || Lerdo de Tejada Hotels || Perote Hotels || Potrero del Llano Hotels || Río Blanco Hotels || Tecolutla Hotels || Tierra Blanca Hotels || Tres Valles Hotels || Veracruz / Boca del Río Hotels
|Last Update Jan-04|