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Mexico Sensuous and seductive, Mexico s rich cultural traditions and raw, untamed natural beauty transcend the ages Trample through jungles and high plains deserts, explore ancient rites at mysterious Maya and Aztec ruins, or simply stretch out on a honey kissed beach until manana comes find your own querido Mexico with this informed, comprehensive guide X Marks The Spot The secrets of the Olmec, Toltec and are at your fingertips Indiana Jones would be proud Gather No Moss Roll into adventure with comprehensive activity listings and thanmaps The Hammock Also Rises Spend a day, a month or a lifetime checking out Mexico s secret beach spots Top local tips get you closer to the sandy solitude of Mexico s lost coasts Ramblin Gourmets Discover la nueva cocina mexicana or simply chow down on fish tacos with our informed food reviews

About the Author: Lonely Planet

OUR STORYA beat up old car, a few dollars in the pocket and a sense of adventure In 1972 that s all Tony and Maureen Wheeler needed for the trip of a lifetime across Europe and Asia overland to Australia It took several months, and at the end broke but inspired they sat at their kitchen table writing and stapling together their first travel guide, Across Asia on the Cheap Within a week they d sold 1500 copies and Lonely Planet was born One hundred million guidebooks later, Lonely Planet is the world s leading travel guide publisher with content to almost every destination on the planet.

10 thoughts on “Mexico

  1. says:

    Great overview however, I wish it delvedinto smaller destinations i.e La Paz , especially for the outdoorsy tourist who likes to eat and drink ME.

  2. says:

    Great guide to Mexico from North to South.I would have like to seenhotel and restaurant suggestions Great overall guide that I bookmarked over and over.

  3. says:

    This book was pretty informative and was what turned us on to the state of Michoacan in general and to Moralia in particular, for which I will always be grateful There were some great food recommendations like La Inmaculada and Churros Rellenos Hotel info was so so, some of the places were definitely not as advertised especially when it came to connectivity Also there were a few epicly bad

  4. says:

    The guide is okay used it to explore Mexico City, Tiotihuacan, Puebla, Oaxaca City, Monte Alban, Tiotitlan del Valle, and Benito Juarez Good for the city and attractions Not very useful for hotel lodging information online resources areuseful for that Would recommend reading to plan your itinerary but do additional research on transportation and lodging.

  5. says:

    I m reading this throughout the semester either 1 in the bathtub or2 while wearing my new swimsuit.And it s keeping me sane.

  6. says:

    This is Lonely Planet s omnibus guide to Mexico, the whole enchilada, you might say They ve managed to do a very decent job of it There are few photos, compared to other guides but there are dozens of maps and the ones I used were all of good quality I ve used it to plan trips to Hutulco and Zihuatanejo and in each case found it had covered off the major attractions well For accommodations it foc

  7. says:

    Suelo utilizar las gu as de Lonely Planet durante mis viajes no obstante sta me ha decepcionado Mi opini n se basa en la parte dedicada a la pen nsula de Yucat n, que ha sido la que he utilizado y podido contrastar personalmente Falta informaci n precisa sobre los lugares menos t picos o desconocidos de la zona, cosa que en otras Lonely Planet se incide con mucho m s detalle Las descripciones son m

  8. says:

    Well honestly I am very disappointed with this lonely planet Mostly it contains just lists of where to sleep, or eat or drink Hardly there is any historical information about cities or cultural descriptions I have been always very happy with lonely planet books, but definitely not with this one It is a pity that such a beautiful country is so poorly described in one the most famous travel guides

  9. says:

    Hard to use on kindlenot organized by region or state Looking for things to do on sonora state or Puerto penasco Never found it.

  10. says:

    Lack of pictures maps of historical sites This guide isuseful for those planning their own hotels stays and transport.

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