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Fastest highways in Mexico

While most people are terrified when it comes to speed, if you yearn exhilaration you should give them a try
Aerial view of the cable-stayed bridge called Baluarte in the western Sierra Madre near Concordia, Mexico. The Durango-Mazatlan Highway vies to be one of Mexico's greatest engineering feats – Photo: Dario Lopez-Mills/AP
18/01/2018
19:00
Gabriela Mares
Mexico City
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Mexico is the world's 13th largest country, bounded to the north by the United States, to the west and south by the Pacific Ocean, to the east by the Gulf of Mexico, and to the southeast by Belize, Guatemala, and the Caribbean Sea.

Mexico has a wide variety of roads and highways in an array of ecosystems that the country offers due to its geographical location and its diverse topography ranging from high mountains to deep sea, passing through deserts and cloud forests, coral reefs and even coastal lagoons, yet in which roads and highways journeys can even be faster than a trip by plane?

First and foremost, Libramiento de Querétaro "Centenario de la Constitución," a toll highway that compasses 86 kilometers in length from Palmillas (Mexico Highway) to Apaseo el Grande, through Querétaro and Guanajuato, central Mexico.

Followed by Benito Juárez Transpeninsular highway or Fed 1 running from Cabo San Lucas to Tijuana through the Baja California Peninsula, compasses 1711 kilometers in length.

Last but not least, Mexico-Acapulco Highway or Highway 95 connects Mexico City to Acapulco, Guerrero, also known as the Autopista del Sol, has a length of 367 kilometers and runs through Cuernavaca and Chilpancingo.

While most people are terrified when it comes to speed if you desire exhilaration you should give them a try.

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