Mexico - Western Central Highlands (PDF Chapter)
This is the Western Central Highlands chapter from Lonely Planet’s Mexico guidebook.
Welcome to the Mexico of your imagination! Many of the elements that define the image of Mexico worldwide originated in the western central highlands amid slumbering volcanoes, sun-drenched avocado plantations and some of the country’s finest ‘undiscovered’ pre-Hispanic ruins.
- get to know Michoacán’s welcoming capital, Morelia, with its shimmering cathedral, ani-mated streets and delightful architecture
- explore the excellent art museums, ancient churches and superb restaurants of Guadala-jara, Mexico’s second-largest city
- absorb the beauty of Reserva Mariposa Monarca, the winter retreat of millions of butter-flies
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Guadalajara Region, Guadalajara, Tequila, Lago de Chapala, Zona de Montaña, Inland Colima State, Colima, Parque Nacional Volcán Nevado de Colima, Comala, Inland Michoacán, Morelia, Reserva Mariposa Monarca, Angangueo, Zitácuaro, Pátzcuaro Region, Uruapan, Angahuan.
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