Things to Do in San Miguel de Allende

Legendary San Miguel de Allende is a World Heritage Site and a living testament to Mexican Baroque and Neoclassical architecture. A melting pot of Spaniard, Creole and Ameridian heritage, San Miguel de Allende is one of Mexico’s most coveted travel destinations. Ride the trolley, tour the museums, admire the cathedrals, take a dip in the hot springs, and soak up all the culture and enchantment of this fairy tale city.


Trail Blaze

Trail Blaze

For a fun day outdoors, book a half or full-day excursions to the scenic Guanajuato countryside. Explore the rugged terrain on horseback, enjoy a soak in a local hot spring, or book a tasting in a local vineyard. The distance will give you a newfound perspective of the many charms of this captivating and pastel-hued colonial city where artist Diego Rivera would often escape to to paint and where, to this day, serenading mariachis might sing you to sleep.

Wine  + Dine

Wine + Dine

Foodies rejoice! The ultra sophisticated dining scene in San Miguel De Allende ranges from traditional to modern to eclectic Mexican expressions with many places offering master classes and culinary demonstrations. Highly-rated establishments serve elevated Japanese, Thai, Peruvian, and Argentinian cuisines in trendy restaurants and bakeries that are discreetly nestled inside 18th century structures. The rooftop bars here are inventive, atmospheric and a real treat at sunset.

Explore Centro

Explore Centro

Culturally thriving and fiercely artistic, San Miguel De Allende is the heart of colonial Mexico, and its lovely cobblestone streets beg further exploration. Join a group or private historic walking tour, or feel free to venture solo. Look for the imposing neo-Gothic spires of the Parroquia San Miguel Arcángel at the historic Centro and wander on foot from one 17th or 18th century architectural landmark to the next in any direction. Come afternoon time, marvel at the city’s many museums, shops and courtyards, especially at Biblioteca Pública and Escuela de Bellas Artes.

San Miguel de Allende

Known as one of the "World's Most Beautiful Cities" San Miguel de Allende is as stunning as it is walkable.