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Veracruz, Mexico State & City Index Page - in Mexico Connect
All about Veracruz, Mexico - in Mexico Connect - Mexico's monthly ezine / magazine devoted to informing about and promoting Mexico, her people, culture, history, arts, business and spectacular areas and beaches as a place to visit, live and travel.
State of Veracruz, Mexico
The State of Veracruz is located on the Gulf coast with an extension of almost 45,000 square miles. It is bordered by the states of Tamaulipas, San Luis Potosi, Hidalgo, Puebla, Oaxaca, Chiapas and Tabasco. It's coast extends 425 miles along the Gulf and the climate ranges from humid, tropical in the low coastal regions to the cold heights of the highlands and country's tallest volcano, Orizaba.
Unique free photos of Veracruz.

In Spanish

Gobierno del Estado de Veracruz
General information from the official Veracruz state government website.

Veracruz Zip Codes
postal codes provided by Estafeta, the leading express shipping company in Mexico.

Veracruz State & Xalapa City Map

Veracruz State Map

Travel map (in Spanish) of the Mexican state of Veracruz, city of Xalapa, and selected other cities shows roads, with distances in kilometers; railways and airports; cities and other settlements; national parks and scenic areas; archaeological and historic sites; art and craft centers; sites of folkloric significance; museums; beaches and thermal baths; golf; hunting, fishing, and aquatic sports; trailer parks and campsites.

State map scale 1:800,000. Also includes maps (various scales) of the cities of Xalapa, Veracruz, Cordoba, Orizaba, Panuco, and Poza Rica.

With table of distances; chart indicating with icons which amenities, services, and attractions (lodging, gasoline, railways, national parks, thermal baths, fishing, tourist attractions, etc.) are available in the larger cities and towns.

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Local Veracruz Time and Temperature

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