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5066 ft.
Terminus, Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico
Terminus, Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico. Also known as the 'City of ethernal spring', this city has many diverse interesting places to visit like the Cortes Palace, with its 450 years of existence; the archeological site of Teopanzolco near the city center; the Borda Garden, one of the few colonial gardens still in existence; the Cathedral, declared patrimony of humanity by the UNESCO; and many more.
2.1
3.3
4652 ft.
Exit to highway to Chilpancingo, Guerrero, Mexico.
Exit to highway to Chilpancingo, Guerrero, Mexico. Chilpancingo is the capital city of the state of Guerrero. Among Chilpancingo main attractions are the antique Municipal Palace (currently a museum), the house of Los Bravos, the Asuncion Parish and the handicrafts center.
2.2
3.6
4633 ft.
Exit to federal toll-free highway to Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico
Exit to federal toll-free highway to Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico.
7.7
12.4
3973 ft.
Intersection with Acatlipa to/from Tetecalita (both Morelos, Mexico) road
Intersection with Acatlipa to/from Tetecalita (both Morelos, Mexico) road.
10.3
16.5
3645 ft.
Intersection with Xochitepec-Chiconcuac (both Morelos, Mexico) road.
Intersection with Xochitepec-Chiconcuac (both Morelos, Mexico) road. In Xochitepec you find religious architecture, watering places (one of them with a cave with a small pool) and some other interesting places to visit.
25.8
41.5
3173 ft.
Exit to Tequesquitengo, Morelos, Mexico
Exit to Tequesquitengo, Morelos, Mexico. This place offers water sports and beautiful natural sights.
36.3
58.4
2979 ft.
Exit to Higueron-Coaxtitlan (Morelos, Mexico) road
Exit to Higueron-Coaxtitlan (Morelos, Mexico) road.
63.0
101.4
2516 ft.
Exit to Zihuateopa-Tuliman (Guerrero, Mexico) road.

70.1
112.8
3730 ft.
Exit to Zihuateopa-Tuliman (Guerrero, Mexico) road.

80.2
129.0
1673 ft.
Bridge over Mezcala river.

93.2
150.0
4511 ft.
Axaxacualco, Guerrero, Mexico

97.2
156.5
4321 ft.
Huitzitepec, Guerrero, Mexico.

102.2
164.4
4022 ft.
Bridge

109.6
176.4
4505 ft.
Exit to Iguala, Guerrero, Mexico

111.7
179.8
4222 ft.
Chilpancingo Airport, Guerrero Mexico
Chilpancingo Airport, Guerrero Mexico.
112.7
181.4
4114 ft.
Chilpancingo, Guerrero Mexico
The city of Chilpancingo is the capital city in the state of Guerrero Mexico. This city is known for the Mexican cuisine specialties. the city has all the services: hotels, restaurants, hospitals, banks, markets, gas stations, car repair and many more.
113.4
182.5
4134 ft.
Chilpancingo de los Bravo, Guerrero Mexico
Chilpancingo de los Bravo, Guerrero Mexico, the city's name comes from the Nahuatl language meaning little wasps' nest. Chilpancingo held an important part in the independence war.
122.4
197.0
4354 ft.
Mazatlan, Guerrero Mexico
Mazatlan, Guerrero Mexico.
129.1
207.8
3235 ft.
Toll booth
Toll booth.
130.4
209.9
3796 ft.
Highway tunnel
Highway tunnel.
136.6
219.8
2280 ft.
Guerrero Industrial Park
Guerrero Industrial Park, Guerrero, Mexico in front of the hospital.
137.0
220.5
2267 ft.
El Ocotito, Guerrero Mexico
El Ocotito, Guerrero Mexico.
138.1
222.2
2402 ft.
Julian Blanco village, Guerrero Mexico
Julian Blanco village, Guerrero Mexico.
143.5
231.0
1125 ft.
Highway Intersection highway #95
Highway Intersection highway #95.
146.9
236.4
502 ft.
Papagayo river bridge
Papagayo river bridge.
148.3
238.6
965 ft.
La Venta Dam
La Venta Dam.
148.5
239.0
1184 ft.
Agua del Perro, Guerrero Mexico
Agua del Perro village, Guerrero Mexico.
157.2
252.9
860 ft.
Colonia Guerrero, Guerrero Mexico
Colonia Guerrero village in the state of Guerrero Mexico.
162.3
261.2
604 ft.
River bed
River bed.
170.8
274.8
220 ft.
Toll booth and emergency services
Toll booth and emergency services.
170.9
275.1
177 ft.
Highway Exit to Acapulco International Airport
Highway Exit to Acapulco International Airport.
171.3
275.6
102 ft.
La Sabana river
La Sabana river.
171.7
276.3
240 ft.
Highway Intersection with highway #200
Highway Intersection with highway #200 to Ixtapa Zihuatanejo, Guerrero Mexico.
172.4
277.5
164 ft.
The City of Acapulco Guerrero Mexico
The City of Acapulco Guerrero Mexico is an important resort and recreation area so it has it's International Airport General Juan N. Alvarez (ACA)
173.4
279.0
128 ft.
Acapulco downtown, Guerrero Mexico
Acapulco downtown, Guerrero Mexico places to visit: La quebrada where the locals take impressive dives into the sea, The handcrafts market, where you can find great gifts and souvenirs, The Cathedral, The Cici water park, museum house of the masks and of course the beaches.
174.4
280.6
135 ft.
Groceries market in Acapulco, Guerrero Mexico
Groceries market in Acapulco, Guerrero Mexico.
174.7
281.2
154 ft.
Acapulco, Guerrero Mexico
The word Acapulco comes from the Nahuatl language and can have many meanings like "Places where the cane plants are destroyed" or "place of canes" or "place where the weapons are surrender" The City of Acapulco, in the state of Guerrero is a city with all the infrastructure to receive tourism with a great variety of places to do and to see. water sports as diving, scuba diving, swimming, water sky, snorkeling, fishing, kayaking, sailing, and on land golf, tennis, court games, running, biking, dancing.
176.9
284.7
344 ft.
Maxitunel Acapulco Guerrero Mexico
Highway Tunnel at Acapulco Guerrero Mexico.
178.0
286.5
30 ft.
Coastline Avenue, Acapulco Mexico
Coastline Avenue Miguel Aleman in Acapulco Mexico is where the mayor hotels and resorts are located as well as the night clubs and restaurants.
179.1
288.2
26 ft.
Papagayo park Acapulco, Guerrero Mexico
Papagayo park in Acapulco, Guerrero Mexico is an ecological reserve and a recreational tourism place with green areas, artificial lakes and many exotic species in captivity.
179.8
289.4
33 ft.
Terminus Acapulco, Guerrero Mexico
The City of Acapulco has prehispanic precedents when in 1486 became part of the Aztec empire. When the Spaniards arrived, they formed a colony because this is a wonderful place for sailing and since 1531 a road from Mexico City to this port was open. Today is an important tourist site for visitors from all over the globe