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Things to do for LGBT in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico 

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    Parroquía San Miguel Arcángel

    18 reviews

    Clearly, you can't go home without walking to the Jardine and sitting a spell. You must walk into the Parroquia (Ladies, while not absolutely necessary, a scarf on you head is an appreciated form of respect while inside). At night you can sample the many mariachi bands and vendors and there is almost always something happening around the Jardine.

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    Fábrica La Aurora

    13 reviews

    This former fabric manufacturing shop has been transformed into a fabulous shopping/ gallery/ restaurants location. It has many beautiful stores and twice a month there is an art crawl, where all of the stores stay open later for shopping, viewing, a glass of wine, etc.

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  • 3

    Parque Juárez

    10 reviews

    Casa GGG is just a few minutes walk from beautiful Parque Juarez. Parque Juarez is popular with joggers and walkers. It's also a great place to stroll around and people watch. There is a newly renovated play area for kids. And there are two basketball courts, where local teams go head to head in the evenings and on Saturdays and ...

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    Teatro Angela Peralta

    6 reviews

    Enjoy live theater,Film festivals,Jazz or Chamber music,Opera or Flamenco in this charming old Theater

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    Mercado de Artesanías

    6 reviews

    This is the largest market in town for fruits, flowers, artist crafts, shoes, rugs, everything. The native women are selling cheeses, nopales, tamales, roasted corn. There you can also buy the most beautiful embroidery for pillows, bedspreads, tablecloths, or just hangings on the wall. Also beautiful jewelry is there and all kinds of Mexican crafts.

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  • 6

    Instituto Allende

    5 reviews

    The place that started it all for American soldiers coming to SMA on the GI bill after World War II. Stirling Dickenson, An American, started an art school, and people came, and stayed. Check out the beautiful courtyard, and don't miss the regular crafts fairs featuring local artists.

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    Jardín Botánico el Charco del Ingenio

    4 reviews

    Take a relaxing hike through succulents as this place is wonderful any time of the year. The green house is gorgeous.

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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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  • 10

    Atención San Miguel

    2 reviews

    This weekly bi-lingual newspaper comes out each Friday, with lots of things to do, places to go, and interesting people. Buy it when you first come to SMA for 10 pesos at the Biblioteca, or newstands around town.

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  • 11

    Mixta

    2 reviews

    This store is on our block, two doors down. It is a great place to shop for locally made upscale design. Behind Mixta is CasaMidy, the great furniture design studio.

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  • 12

    Airport Transportation & Tours san miguel allende

    2 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 ...

  • 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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    Central

    1 review
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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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