28 Jan 2020 - 29 Jan 2020
2 adults - 1 room
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There is a sense of palpable magic in the air, as you wander along the cobbled streets, weaving in between the signature pink breaks of UNESCO sites and everyday homes. We've met like-intended travelers at their endless quaint cafes, connected with locals at international cuisine restaurants, and most of all, tapped into an inner sense of wellbeing and peace simply being in the space. This is the destination where ancient meets now. Whether you're looking for a culinary adventure, a wellness sanctuary, or yourself -- we highly recommend it!
Is there any place better than San Miguel de Allende? It's one of the places that I instantly fell in love. It's a quaint colonial town in a high-elevation. Naturally the climate is pleasantly dry and cool. Shopping, dining, gallery hopping, there are so many things to do. There is a big expat community here, and not hard to think why.
San Miguel de Allende is gaining popularity as one of the most intriguing cities in Mexico. A haven for international artists and art enthusiasts, San Miguel is home to the Instituto Allende, a superb school of fine arts. While the historic grandeur of the city endures, this city is clearly a place of creativity and innovation.
America's 51st state has a lot more going for it than just a plethora of gringos. The temperate climate, mountainous scenery, colorful history and the tasty Mexican food are but some of the reasons why so many Americanos flock to this charming city in the silver hills just a few hours north of Mexico City. Ironically enough, the only thing there really is to complain about in San Miguel is all the stinkin' gringos who never go.