Mexico City: Wallpaper* City Guide

Mexico City: Wallpaper* City Guide

By Phaidon Press

  • Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2012-05-29
  • Current Version: 2.0.4
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 131.72 MB
  • Developer: Phaidon Press
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later.

Description

Wallpaper* City Guide apps present a succinct, tightly edited selection of the best a location has to offer, from iconic architecture to happening restaurants, bars and hotels, and the most enticing cultural spaces, art galleries and shops. Whether visiting Berlin, Milan, New York, Paris or London, or any of the dynamic destinations in the series, these unique guides represent an insider’s checklist for the design-savvy traveller. Key features: LOCATE: Find your bearings with a city panorama and essential landmarks EXPLORE: Our pick of the best restaurants, galleries, architecture and shops BROWSE: Get to know the key districts using our colour-coded system NAVIGATE: Use the interactive map to quickly find your way around town DISCOVER: Our insider reveals the city’s hidden venues and hippest haunts

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Reviews

  • Disappointed

    1
    By HctrSos
    Don't buy it. It's a total mistake and a waste of money. There is not interesting content in here. Just google Mexico on the Internet and you'll find more information than here. To Wallpaper and Phaidon: you guys should work harder on these guides, specially in this one.
  • Beautiful But Empty

    2
    By mcginnip
    This app is really beautiful and fun to use. The only problem is that there is very little of value to a traveller. It's sort of like having a magazine full of pretty pictures that don't help once you leave the hotel. I found it completely impractical. Also, i was really surprised that Coyoacan/San Angel are completely omitted from this guide given that most of the Frida/Diego stuff is found there. On other thing. No subway map? Really? Given the traffic in DF, sometimes the subway makes much more sense than cabs. Maybe I'm just not the target audience (although I'm pretty sure I'm not that far off), but this app was a massive disappointment apart from the UI and design.

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