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Lonely Planet Mexico

Travel Guide
By: John Noble(Author), Kate Armstrong(Author), Stuart Butler(Author), John Hecht(Author), Beth Kohn(Author), Adam Skolnick(Author), Iain Stewart(Author), Phillip Tang(Author), Lucas Vidgen(Author)
904 pages, 116 maps
Publisher: Lonely Planet
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Number 1 Bestelling Guide to Mexico Above all, Mexico is a delight to the senses spectacular landscapes, warm seas, startlingly colorful art and crafts, music everywhere, and the endlessly varied flavors of its spicy cuisine.

Our Promise: You can trust our travel information because Lonely Planet authors visit the places we write about, each and every edition. We never accept freebies for positive coverage so you can rely on us to tell it like it is.

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- 10 000km of coastline
- 70 pre-Hispanic ruins
- 100 food & crafts markets
- 50 fairs & festivals
- Inspirational Photos
- Clear, easy-to-use maps
- Pull-out city map
- Guide to ancient Mayan ruins
- Comprehensive planning tools
- In-depth background

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Travel Guide
By: John Noble(Author), Kate Armstrong(Author), Stuart Butler(Author), John Hecht(Author), Beth Kohn(Author), Adam Skolnick(Author), Iain Stewart(Author), Phillip Tang(Author), Lucas Vidgen(Author)
904 pages, 116 maps
Publisher: Lonely Planet
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