Maps of Mexico are available on the MapsOfWorld.com, World Atlas and University of Texas Library websites. Anyone can view the maps for free in browser, and many of them can be downloaded and printed from personal computers.
MapsOfWorld.com has multiple types of maps, including political, physical and road maps. There are also blank ones that are ideal for personalizing. Various qualities, such as .JPEG and .PDF, are available for purchase at different price points. The maps are supplemented by other information on the website about the country, such as history and basic facts.
World Atlas maps are simple to read and feature clear legends that explain what different parts mean. The maps are free to download and print, and the site has pages for helpful resources, facts about Mexico and geography, so users have a well-rounded source of information about the country. The pages also show where in the world Mexico is located, rather than only offering maps centered around it.
The University of Texas has numerous academic maps of Mexico. The maps are divided by type, such as historical, detailed and thematic maps, and each map features a detailed title. There is also a long list of links to maps on other websites, giving users more options.