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Il Messico è una delizia per i sensi - paesaggi spettacolari, acque calde, artigianato pieno di colore, musica ovunque e i sapori infiniti della sua cucina. 10.000 km di costa, 70 rovine precolombiane, 100 mercati del cibo e dell'artigianato, 50 fiere e festival. I siti archeologici del Messico. A tavola con i messicani. Viaggiare con i bambini. L'architettura e le arti Il Messico è una delizia per i sensi - paesaggi spettacolari, acque calde, artigianato pieno di colore, musica ovunque e i sapori infiniti della sua cucina. 10.000 km di costa, 70 rovine precolombiane, 100 mercati del cibo e dell'artigianato, 50 fiere e festival. I siti archeologici del Messico. A tavola con i messicani. Viaggiare con i bambini. L'architettura e le arti


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Il Messico è una delizia per i sensi - paesaggi spettacolari, acque calde, artigianato pieno di colore, musica ovunque e i sapori infiniti della sua cucina. 10.000 km di costa, 70 rovine precolombiane, 100 mercati del cibo e dell'artigianato, 50 fiere e festival. I siti archeologici del Messico. A tavola con i messicani. Viaggiare con i bambini. L'architettura e le arti Il Messico è una delizia per i sensi - paesaggi spettacolari, acque calde, artigianato pieno di colore, musica ovunque e i sapori infiniti della sua cucina. 10.000 km di costa, 70 rovine precolombiane, 100 mercati del cibo e dell'artigianato, 50 fiere e festival. I siti archeologici del Messico. A tavola con i messicani. Viaggiare con i bambini. L'architettura e le arti

30 review for Lonely Planet Reiseführer Mexiko: mit Downloads aller Karten

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ash

    Great overview; however, I wish it delved more into smaller destinations (i.e. La Paz), especially for the outdoorsy tourist who likes to eat and drink (ME).

  2. 5 out of 5

    Gayle Walsh

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

  3. 5 out of 5

    Vanessa Petsuch

    Big book chalk full of interesting facts, history, economy, places to see, places to eat, places to sleep, etc!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Maria

    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 sets of directions (the path to the waterfall ended at what looked like a place for dumping bodies and a 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 sets of directions (the path to the waterfall ended at what looked like a place for dumping bodies and a number of maps just had arrows pointing off the side in the general direction of recommended sites. Also, this guide was responsible for our ill-fated foray to Cuyutlan and the worst hotel of all time (Hotel Fenix: please never, ever go there). But the guidebook was well-organized and pretty solid for covering so much ground. I guess I would say that it had higher highs and lower lows than the other guide. I would use Lonely Planet again but I would just be prepared to pull out of places as soon as they start going south.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Pubudu Wariyapola

    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 are more useful for that). Would recommend reading to plan your itinerary but do additional research on transportation and lodging.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Penny

    I"m reading this throughout the semester either: 1) in the bathtub; or 2) while wearing my new swimsuit. And it's keeping me sane. I"m reading this throughout the semester either: 1) in the bathtub; or 2) while wearing my new swimsuit. And it's keeping me sane.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Ian

    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 focuses on boutique or small to mid sized family-run hotels, pretty much ignoring chains or big reso 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 focuses on boutique or small to mid sized family-run hotels, pretty much ignoring chains or big resorts (which it describes as "hulking"). Usually provides a good range of restaurants, in terms of cuisine and budget, but as these come and go quickly, you can count on a few being gone by the time you get there. Because it covers so much ground, the sections of the guide on history, culture, food are short, but still cover the basics. It has a casual and easy to follow style Lonely Planet publishes smaller, regional guides that go into more details for specific destinations but if you're looking for an overview of the country in one package, I'd reccomend this one.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ana

    Suelo utilizar las guías de Lonely Planet durante mis viajes no obstante ésta me ha decepcionado. Mi opinión se basa en la parte dedicada a la península de Yucatán, que ha sido la que he utilizado y podido contrastar personalmente. Falta información precisa sobre los lugares menos típicos o desconocidos de la zona, cosa que en otras Lonely Planet se incide con mucho más detalle. Las descripciones son muy breves y en algunas ciudades falta mencionar algunos monumentos/lugares de interés. Lógicame Suelo utilizar las guías de Lonely Planet durante mis viajes no obstante ésta me ha decepcionado. Mi opinión se basa en la parte dedicada a la península de Yucatán, que ha sido la que he utilizado y podido contrastar personalmente. Falta información precisa sobre los lugares menos típicos o desconocidos de la zona, cosa que en otras Lonely Planet se incide con mucho más detalle. Las descripciones son muy breves y en algunas ciudades falta mencionar algunos monumentos/lugares de interés. Lógicamente al ser Mexico un país tan grande es imposible abarcarlo todo pero aún así considero que se habla más sobre restaurantes y alojamiento que de los lugares a visitar como tal o las actividades que se pueden realizar, que es por lo que uno viaja al país. Por otro lado, me gustaría destacar que algunos precios ya no coinciden con los de la guía. (Visita a Mexico en Feb.2019)

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sepideh

    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!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ron Birchard

    Hard to use on kindle not organized by region or state. Looking for things to do on sonora state or Puerto penasco. Never found it.

  11. 5 out of 5

    ChroniclesofTania

    Lack of pictures/maps of historical sites. This guide is more useful for those planning their own hotels stays and transport.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jackie

    As always, Lonely Planet provides great recommendations making travel a virtual no brainer. I was able to easily find clean hotels to stay in in Oaxaca city and Puerto Escondido, as well as websites to make reservations for bus trip from Mexico City to Oaxaca city and a combi ride from Oaxaca to Puerto Escondido. The descriptions clearly described what I could expect when traveling. Yeah for Lonely Planet making budget travel so easy!!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Juan

    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 cities and big towns where there are a lot of options and often those recommend by LP aren't the best. 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 cities and big towns where there are a lot of options and often those recommend by LP aren't the best.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    Exactly what you expect from a Lonely Planet, which is great, but Mexico is such a big country that unfortunately a lot is left out. I am surprised that LP doesn't have more regional guides for Mexico. If they had had one for Central or Western Mexico that included Guadalajara, that would be ideal. Exactly what you expect from a Lonely Planet, which is great, but Mexico is such a big country that unfortunately a lot is left out. I am surprised that LP doesn't have more regional guides for Mexico. If they had had one for Central or Western Mexico that included Guadalajara, that would be ideal.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Yesica

    LP's books are generally my go-to travel guides. This one on Mexico was good, but not great for info on the state of Oaxaca. If your looking for a region specific book you are better off going with a "Moon Handbook." LP's books are generally my go-to travel guides. This one on Mexico was good, but not great for info on the state of Oaxaca. If your looking for a region specific book you are better off going with a "Moon Handbook."

  16. 5 out of 5

    Marta

    pretty bland, ugh.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Reed

    Never leave home without the Lonely Planet!!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Theut

    Le dimensioni non sono troppo maneggiabili in viaggio, ma sicuramente c'è una miniera di informazioni utili. Le dimensioni non sono troppo maneggiabili in viaggio, ma sicuramente c'è una miniera di informazioni utili.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Tony

    It seems pretty comprehensive. The section on Baja and Los Cabos gave me several good ideas.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kyle

    Not the BEST travel book of all time, but the maps and hotel listings were used heavily during our trip across Mexico. Definitely helpful.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kristine

    Super helpful when travelling to the Yucatan and Quintana Roo.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Monica Maniatakos

    Helpful I took this on as trip with me and it had many useful tips. I learned a lot along the way.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Pru Shady

    I found this book very helpful and full of some advice.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sheila

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

  25. 5 out of 5

    Mark

  26. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

  27. 4 out of 5

    Minerva

  28. 5 out of 5

    Selieta

  29. 5 out of 5

    Mindy

  30. 5 out of 5

    Danilo Torini

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