Where to Go / What to Do in San Miguel de Allende

The “Magical Town” of San Miguel de Allende and its beautiful colonial architecture attracts thousands of tourists from around the world each year. Its old streets and facades defy the arrival of modernity for staying as one of the great treasures of the Mexican people. On tour by the popular Historic Center you can get to know the Parish Church of San Miguel, one of the greatest attractions in the city as a representative of the neo-gothic style, together with the Temple of San Francisco, inside it you will find a beautiful façade in the purest Churrigueresque style. Other architectural attractions include the Chapel of San Felipe Neri, the Temple of Concepción, the Santa Casa de Loreto, de Inquisitor’s House and the Theater Angela Peralta. All this while also discovering the abundant houses of fine Mexican crafts throughout the city.

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