Visit the city of Guanajuato and get to know the picturesque Miguel de Allende. Worries will stay at home while you pack your suitcase to live a lot of experiences. Are you ready for your next trip?
San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato
Get to know one of Mexico’s World Heritage Cities. This picturesque territory stands out for the architecture of its buildings and the ingenious construction of the city. The colonial houses, the stone walkways, the imposing Parroquia de San Miguel Arcangel or the Museo Casa de Ignacio Allende will leave you speechless.
Tourism in San Miguel de Allende
What can you do during your visit to the city? First we recommend you to admire one of the most representative icons, the Parish of San Miguel Arcángel, built between 1880 and 1890 with European inspirations.
The first independent city hall in the country is located in San Miguel de Allende, a building that dates back to the 18th century but has been rebuilt over time. The first independent city hall in the country is located in San Miguel de Allende, a building built in the 18th century that has been reconstructed over time.
Despite the rise of technology, e-books and the many hours spent on the Internet, books are still essential in our society. That is why the Public Library, the second largest in the country, has a magnificent collection that is worth seeing.
The grotto of San Miguel de Allende
In addition to sightseeing, hiking and photography, a vacation can be something more. For those who also want to relax during their days off, they can reserve a place at La Gruta, a very popular hot springs spa in the city of San Miguel Allende.
Ignacio Allende House Museum
Enter the house where the famous revolutionary and precursor of the Mexican War of Independence, Ignacio Allende, was born. Built in the 18th century, the house is decorated with objects of cultural importance, in addition to displaying information about the life of the military man.
Downtown San Miguel de Allende
In the historic center of the city you can stroll and learn about the customs of its inhabitants. The Plaza Principal or Jardín Allende is the heart of the territory. Surrounded by trees and joy, there you will find all kinds of activities, parades and events to pass the time.
There are also craft and flower stalls, as well as gifts perfect for souvenirs to take home. Or you can go to the handicrafts market and find real treasures of all kinds.
Afterwards, relax on one of the many benches in the square to watch the sunset and wait for the night’s music to start with shows by emerging groups.
It is also essential to know the legend of the Oratorio de San Felipe, also located in the center of the city. A pagan symbol of a calf, robberies and looting make the place, among other peculiarities, known for its peculiar stories.