Since its creation in 1973, the award-winning Moon Handbooks series has become a top choice among travelers who want a completely unique experience, a new perspective and a few new stories to tell. Want to know about your destination's history, culture, and social issues? Looking for the lowdown on recreational opportunities, dining and accommodations options, and the most interesting regional sights and entertainment? No problem. Big or small, mainstream or obscure, every worthwhile detail is included in these books. Moon Handbooks: Guadalajara contains details on the mountain village of Tapalpa, Huaxtla hot springs, and Lake Chapala. It provides coverage of the region's spectacular art and music, including the murals of Jose Clemente Orozco, local crafts, and mariachi bands and offers a range of dining options, from tamale stands to romantic streamside palapas. With color photographs, illustrations and maps, Moon Handbooks: Guadalajara guides readers to the best places to fish, kayak, surf, and more.