Best hotels and events in San Miguel.

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San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato. Mexico.

Founded as "San Miguel el Grande" in 1542 by a Franciscan monk named
Fray Juan de San Miguel, became an essential part in the war for
Mexican Independence from Spain, the city was renamed in honor after
Don Ignacio Allende (first soldier of Mexico), a hero of the movement
Independence in 1826 and originating from the same.

San Miguel de Allende is a small colonial town in the mountains of Bajio
of central Mexico, about 170 kilometers northwest of Mexico City, is
famous worldwide for its mild climate, thermal waters and their
colonial architecture.

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Vibrant Multicultural artistic Community
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Vibrant Multicultural artistic Community
11/March


San Miguel Allende is a most original destination for romance. A unique colonial town with a vibrant multicultural artistic community. The mining splendor of the region during colonial times gave rise to its rich architecture with mansions and magnificent churches. San Miguel Tour can help you to know this fantastic place, it will be amazing, you can came, walk and look around, or take a tourism bus that can tell you everything about this town, too many stuff here and you will have a great time, San Miguel de Allende is a quiet place, for relaxing, but you can know many thing staying this town, since visiting the best placefor to pass time, until stay for night at the best hotel, don´t think it too much, just only come and vist!!


Unique Architecture, Cafes and Conversation
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Unique Architecture, Cafes and Conversation   
January 28


Start the day like the locals with a cup of coffee and conversation at one of the dozen cafes around the town center. There are exhibitions, book signings and concerts year-round, and a good place to try is Las Musas, the courtyard cafe in the Bellas Artes cultural center. The old convent is now an art school and exhibition space, plus home to an unfinished mural by Mexican master David Alfaro Siqueiros. Unique Architecture. Stroll the town center to see the work of Zeferino Guierrez, an unschooled stone mason who left his mark on several churches. The elaborate spires of La Parroquia, the 17th century parish church on the main plaza, are called the “wedding cakes” by the locals. Gutierrez, who added the towers in the late 19th century, is said to have been inspired by a picture postcard of a Belgian church. The dome on the nearby Templo de la Concepcion also was built by Gutierrez after viewing pictures of Les Invalides in Paris.


A wonderful place to stay!!

A wonderful place to stay!!
5/Dic


Casa Schuck was even more wonderful than our expectations! The house is lovely and the rooms are spacious and comfortable. The breakfasts were some of the best we had in Mexico. Most of all , the owner, Susan Easter, does everything to make you feel welcome and content. By the time we left after only 3 nights we felt like we were good friends! I look forward to returning to Casa Schuck on an annual basis.