Mexico. Ediz. Inglese

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Lonely Planet, 2006 - Travel - 1048 pages
17 Reviews
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 mañana comes – find your own ‘querido Mexico’ with this informed, comprehensive guide.

‘X’ Marks The Spot– The secrets of the Olmec, Toltec and more are at your fingertips. Indiana Jones would be proud.

Gather No Moss– Roll into adventure with comprehensive activity listings and more than 180 maps.

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.

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Review: Mexico (Lonely Planet Country Guide)

User Review  - Juan - Goodreads

Pretty informative in the places it covers but too biassed and too many places missing. I don't think LP guides should include information on hotels and restaurants anymore, at least not for major ... Read full review

Review: Mexico (Lonely Planet Country Guide)

User Review  - Sheila - Goodreads

Excellent, thorough guide. Lonely Planet always covers travel that is more reasonable and less "touristy," which I love! Read full review

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Noble grew up in the cool, green valley of the River Ribble, England.

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