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Discover Mexico City

Gape at the terrifying snake-skirted Aztec goddess Coatlicue at the National Anthropology Museum

Munch on tacos al pastor at 3am after a night dancing salsa with Cuban emigres

Mingle with yuppies and art punks among the fading art deco facades and flashy boutiques of the Colonia Condesa

Cry into your tequila as mariachis serenade you with songs of love and heartbreak in Plaza Garibaldi

In This Guide:

Two authors, 63 days of in-city research, 12 walking tours

Fourteen day trips and excursions, including jaunts to the tourist-free calm of Tlaxcala, the pyramids of Teotihuacan and silver capital Taxco

Extensive dining coverage, from tacos on the street to Mexican haute cuisine

Content updated daily - visit lonelyplanet.com for up-to-the-minute reviews, news and traveler insights

Synopsis:

In-depth neighborhood profiles and walking tours help travelers experience Mexico City like a local. Features include a handy, pull-out map, detailed information on the vibrant art scene, and restaurant reviews from foodie authors review. This is the only guide with a dedicated Gay and Lesbian chapter for the city that recently legalized same-sex unions.

Synopsis:

Discover Mexico CityGape at the terrifying snake-skirted Aztec goddess Coatlicue at the National Anthropology MuseumMunch on tacos al pastor at 3am after a night dancing salsa with Cuban emigresMingle with yuppies and art punks among the fading art deco facades and flashy boutiques of the Colonia CondesaCry into your tequila as mariachis serenade you with songs of love and heartbreak in Plaza GaribaldiIn This Guide:Two authors, 63 days of in-city research, 12 walking toursFourteen day trips and excursions, including jaunts to the tourist-free calm of Tlaxcala, the pyramids of Teotihuacan and silver capital TaxcoExtensive dining coverage, from tacos on the street to Mexican haute cuisineContent updated daily - visit lonelyplanet.com for up-to-the-minute reviews, news and traveler insights

Product Details

ISBN:
9781740591829
Publisher:
Lonely Planet
Subject:
Mexico
Author:
Schechter, Daniel C.
Author:
Schechter, Daniel
Author:
Schecter, Daniel
Author:
Quintero, Josephine
Subject:
Mexico City, Mexico, Latin America, North America, travel guide, Centro Historico, Alameda Central, Plaza de la Republica, Zona Rosa, Coyoacan, Lucha Libre, Museo Frida Kahlo, Museo del Templo Mayor, Museo nacional de Antropologia
Subject:
TRAVEL / Mexico
Subject:
Mexico City
Subject:
Latin america
Subject:
North America
Subject:
travel guide
Subject:
Centro Histoârico
Subject:
Alameda Central
Subject:
Plaza de la Republica
Subject:
Zona Rosa
Subject:
Coyoacâan
Subject:
Lucha Libre
Subject:
Museo Frida Kahlo
Subject:
Museo del Templo Mayor
Subject:
Museo nacional de Antropologia
Series:
Lonely Planet Mexico City
Publication Date:
20080901
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
312
Dimensions:
197 x 128 mm

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Mexico City
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Product details 312 pages Lonely Planet Publications - English 9781740591829 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , In-depth neighborhood profiles and walking tours help travelers experience Mexico City like a local. Features include a handy, pull-out map, detailed information on the vibrant art scene, and restaurant reviews from foodie authors review. This is the only guide with a dedicated Gay and Lesbian chapter for the city that recently legalized same-sex unions.
"Synopsis" by , Discover Mexico CityGape at the terrifying snake-skirted Aztec goddess Coatlicue at the National Anthropology MuseumMunch on tacos al pastor at 3am after a night dancing salsa with Cuban emigresMingle with yuppies and art punks among the fading art deco facades and flashy boutiques of the Colonia CondesaCry into your tequila as mariachis serenade you with songs of love and heartbreak in Plaza GaribaldiIn This Guide:Two authors, 63 days of in-city research, 12 walking toursFourteen day trips and excursions, including jaunts to the tourist-free calm of Tlaxcala, the pyramids of Teotihuacan and silver capital TaxcoExtensive dining coverage, from tacos on the street to Mexican haute cuisineContent updated daily - visit lonelyplanet.com for up-to-the-minute reviews, news and traveler insights
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