This iconic church is the symbol of the city and a must-visit for its stunning baroque architecture and beautiful stained-glass windows.
Just 10 minutes from San Miguel de Allende, in the Sanctuary of Atotonilco is Escondido Place. Part thermal hot springs, part spa, part hotel, this luxurious, healing paradise is full of nature, relaxation and a touch of magic.
A luxurious experience that showcases the finest artisanal tequilas. The intimate setting of the tasting room, combined with the expertise of the sommeliers, allows visitors to savor the subtle flavors and aromas of the tequila, while learning about the production process and history of the drink.
The main garden in the center of town is a peaceful place to relax, people-watch, and take in the city's vibrant atmosphere.
Discover the history and architecture of San Miguel de Allende on a guided walking tour, which is a great way to orient yourself and learn about the city.
This prestigious art school has been attracting artists and students from around the world for over 70 years and is a hub of creativity and culture in San Miguel de Allende.
This historic theater, dating back to 1886, offers a range of live performances, including concerts, plays, and dance performances.
Mezcal tasting at La Mezcalería in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico is an unforgettable experience for lovers of traditional Mexican spirits. La Mezcalería offers a wide variety of premium mezcals from different regions of Mexico, each with its own unique flavor profile and history. With knowledgeable staff on hand to guide you through the tasting, you'll have the opportunity to learn about the production process and appreciate the subtle nuances of this complex and flavorful spirit.
This beautiful church is known for its intricate carvings and frescoes, as well as its impressive dome and bell tower.
Learn how to cook traditional Mexican cuisine in a fun and interactive cooking class, where you'll be able to sample your creations.
Horseback riding in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico offers a unique opportunity to explore the charming colonial city and its stunning surroundings on horseback. The scenic routes through the surrounding countryside and traditional villages provide breathtaking views of the rolling hills and stunning landscapes.
Open to the public less than 10 years ago, San Miguel De Allende's Cañada de la Virgen is one of the best-kept archaeological secrets in Mexico. Less than an hour drive from the city center, if you are looking for a a day out of town we recommend checking out this pyramid.
This artisan market is a great place to find unique and locally made souvenirs, including jewelry, textiles, and pottery.
See San Miguel de Allende from a different vantage point - the air! Hot air balloon rides are offered daily over the town, and we recommend Globo San Miguel, which has been in service for more than 25 years in San Miguel and 40 years internationally!