Things to do in San Miguel de Allende

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    Parroquía San Miguel Arcángel

    18 reviews

    The Parroquía is the center piece of San Miguel de Allende it's our own little castle in our own little Disneyland.

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    Fábrica La Aurora

    13 reviews

    Over 40 art galleries with all kinds of wonderful art work. Popular center for cultural activities such as "Day of the Dead".

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    Parque Juárez

    10 reviews

    The largest and best loved park in San Miguel is only minutes from Casa Carolina. At any time of day you will find runners and walkers, dog walkers, basketball players, zumba classes, lovers, a playground full of happy kids, and cultural events, .....all taking place under the canopy of shade trees in this lovely and serene setting.

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    Teatro Angela Peralta

    6 reviews

    We have many concerts and different performances in this theater and they have wonderful inexpensive prices. Many of the performers are known world wide.

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    Mercado de Artesanías

    6 reviews

    San Miguel is known for it's folk art and it's so much fun to stroll this market for treasures. You can bargain for jewelry, crafts and visit the Negromante market at the top to buy fruit and flowers.

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    Instituto Allende

    5 reviews

    If you can attend a craft faire here it's always lots of fun. Get really lucky and catch Gil Gutierrez playing live at Mi Casa. He is our town's most beloved musician, a master guitarist who has played Carnegie Hall and Millenium Park.

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    Jardín Botánico el Charco del Ingenio

    4 reviews

    If you are into nature, the el Charco del Ingenio is a wonderful natural parque that has all the native plants, flora and fauna and has fabulous views of the canyon and dam. It is a bit of a walk and is best to take a taxi, then it is a medium strenuous walk back down the hill thru some ...

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    san miguel airport transfers

    3 reviews

    Reyes Ortiz is a gret tour guide and a very pleasant person! We absolutely LOVED his tours to Guanajuato, Dolores Hidalgo, Atotonilco and Queretaro. He is also very prompt and flexible, extremely informative and simply a charming person to take tours with. And, ladies: he knows where to shop!!!! Just ask! We will definitely be using his services on our ...

  • 9

    Escondido Hot Springs near San Miguel

    2 reviews

    Swim in bovedas and relax in the many glorious pools with water ranging from cool to VERY HOT! Bring a sack lunch and buy cocktails at the restaurant. These natural hot springs are such a treat.

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    Airport Transportation & Tours san miguel allende

    2 reviews

    For anyone going to San Miguel and needing transportation to and from the Airports in Queretaro, Leon or Mexico City or to other towns and sights to see in the area, we highly recommend Reyes Ortiz. He is not only a very pleasant person but a good businessman. He speaks very good English, is very knowledgeable and informative of San ...

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    2 reviews

    This unique shop is filled with one of a kind eye candy from clothing and accessories to things for the home. Amazing selection and eclectic tastes that reflect the spirit of San Miguel de Allende.

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    Atención San Miguel

    2 reviews

    You MUST get this paper as soon as you can at the Jardin. It will give you great local articles, lists of calendar events and restaurants. It has all of the local things to do on any given day.

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  • 13

    Oratorio de San Felipe Neri

    2 reviews

    Check out the market just behind the church. Plaza is a great place to people watch.

  • 14

    El Grito

    1 review

    Tragos cucos y así

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    Casa de la Cuesta

    1 review

    The Mask Museum: Other Side of Mexico is a treasure not to be missed. Located inside Casa de la Cuesta you can visit for a small fee that supports a local charity. Bill's collection and knowledge of the masks that have all been danced will enlighten and inspire.

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    Corazon Bakery

    1 review

    Local bakery and ice cream store. Great cakes and cookies. At lunchtime, they have savory and sweet empanadas

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