National Geographic’s Texas Hill Country Destination Map strikes the perfect balance between map and guidebook and is an ideal resource for touring this culturally and geographically unique region. The front features a map of this region of central Texas whose southern border almost touches San Antonio and whose eastern border nudges up against Austin’s suburbs. The 800-mile Texas Hill Country Trail is outlined, and traverses 19 counties. The reverse has insets about the vibrant state capitol of Austin; museums, wineries, and local culture; and outdoor activities including wildlife and wildflower viewing, hiking and caving, and biking.
Destination Maps combine finely detailed maps with fascinating and practical travel information. Maps feature a large-scale city map, richly layered with tourist and business travel locations and information. 3-D styled drawings provide you with instant identification of famous buildings and landmarks. The reverse side includes regional maps, top attractions, airport diagrams, travel tips, transit maps and an extensive index to streets, cities, neighborhoods, parks, points of interest, museums, monuments, government buildings, subway stations, hotels, and more.
National Geographic's Florida Recreation Atlas is an ideal
recreation resource and contains accurate, detailed topographic maps with private and public land boundaries, a complete road network, valuable recreation information, and extensive cross-referenced lists and charts for campgrounds, lakes, parks, ...