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read more at Amazon.com Lonely Planet Mexico City
Lonely Planet's new guide to Mexico City provides all of the essential details on how to navigate around this impressive location. Included are tips on visiting colonial palaces and world-renowned cultural treasures, details on travel safety, a shopping section, and more. 20 maps. in color.

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Packed with detailed maps and clear directions, it points the way to the city's best sights and diverse pleasures, from the Centro's Spanish colonial plazas to the bohemian streets of Coyoacan to the vibrant Zona Rosa and the Museo Nacional de Antropologia, the world's greatest anthropology museum. Important archaeological sites are covered, such as Teotihuacan, with its Sun and Moon pyramids, along with up-to-the-minute suggestions for sampling the city's nightlife. The best places to eat, play, and stay; safety tips; and local lore equip both first-time and repeat travelers for an unforgettable experience.

read more at Amazon.com The Rough Guide to Mexico
This classic guide to "all things Mexican" is detailed and entertaining, whether travelers are in search of pre-Columbian sites, exploring the rainforest, or looking to survive a spell in Mexico City. 57 maps. of color photos.

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Lonely Planet Mexico
Initially specializing in Asia guidebooks, the Lonely Planet Travel Survival Kit series has long been a favorite of budget travelers all over the globe. Lonely Planet guides have a reputation for plainspoken and practical advice as well as thoughtful writing about history and culture, and Lonely Planet Mexico is no exception. Complementing the information about sights, accommodations, and food are extensive background notes about each region's notable past and present characteristics, from cuisine to geography to art.


read more at Amazon.com Fodor's Mexico
Hundreds of hotel and restaurant choices in all price ranges -- from budget-friendly B&Bs to luxury hotels, from casual eateries to the hottest new restaurants, complete with thorough reviews showing what makes each place special. Smart Travel Tips A to Z section helps you take care of the nitty gritty with essential local contacts and great advice -- from how to take your mountain bike with you to what to do in an emergency.

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Let's Go Mexico
From the travel budget gurus at Harvard who publish the most popular guide to backpacking in Europe. It's pretty hard to miss with anything from the "Go To" series.



read more at Amazon.com Footprint Mexico
More comprehensive than the other guides, from the most reliable company in Latin American guides.

read more at Amazon.com Eyewitness Travel Guides - Mexico
But DK's guide provides far more inspirational than a mere collection of data. The two-page glossy color map of Mexico is not just clear and easy to understand, it's beautiful. The hundreds of color photographs throughout the book are exquisite, depicting the sere hilltop archeological site of Monte Albán, fishermen preparing nets on a Yucatán beach, the vibrancy of a fruit market in San Cristóbal de las Casas, the green lushness of the wetlands, the scrub of the Sonora desert, and the intense vegetation of the Tehuantepec rainforests. There are 3-D aerial-view layouts of towns and ancient sites, cutaways and floor plans for churches and pyramids, as well as wonderful explanatory texts for each region, delving into history, traditions, sights, fiestas, foods, music, and activities.

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Footprint Mexico and Central American Handbook
More comprehensive than the other guides, from the most reliable company in Latin American guides.
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Mexico: Adventures in Nature, by Ron Mader
A comprehensive guidebook to Mexico's parks and protected areas, with an eye on ecotourism and responsible environmental travel. Ron Mader has long written about Mexico, shares many years of experience traveling and living throughout Mexico.


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The People's Guide to Mexico : Wherever You Go...There You Are!!
The People's Guide to Mexico is a different kind of guidebook--one that offers no lists of hotels, restaurants, nightclubs, or beaches. As Carl Franz says in the introduction to this 25th anniversary edition, "It is not about which hotels to stay in or the most interesting villages to visit. The purpose of this book is to teach you how to find out those things for yourself." Instead of telling visitors where to go in Mexico, this book lets travelers know how to go, whether they want to learn Spanish, retire south of the border, or simply travel as long as possible for the least amount of money.


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