Tag Archives: MX – Protective town of San Miguel and the Sanctuary of Jesús Nazareno de Atotonilco

Escape From America: 5 Cheapest Places To Move If You Want To Leave The U.S.; Laura Begley Bloom; Forbes

Want to move out of America? Here are some affordable places to consider if you want to leave the U.S. after coronavirus. Or sooner.

Source: Escape From America: 5 Cheapest Places To Move If You Want To Leave The U.S.

12 Top-Rated Attractions & Things to Do in San Miguel de Allende; Meagan Drillinger; PlanetWare

Source: 12 Top-Rated Attractions & Things to Do in San Miguel de Allende | PlanetWare

Mexico receives stamp of approval to resume tourism, despite high death toll; Yucatan Times

With more than 35,000 Covid-19 deaths, Mexico has the fourth highest pandemic death toll in the world. The country also has the seventh-highest number of recorded cases, a whopping 324,000 at the time of writing, mainly attributed to the laissez-faire attitude of Mexican president Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

Source: Mexico receives stamp of approval to resume tourism, despite high death toll

Abandon the coast for the Heart of Mexico: San Miguel de Allende; Jane Stevenson; Toronto Sun

They call it “the Heart of Mexico.”But San Miguel de Allende, a postcard-perfect colour-filled colonial city with cobblestone streets located about a three-hour drive north of Mexico City in the mountains, has a lot to offer for the eyes, ears and brain too.

Source: Abandon the coast for the Heart of Mexico: San Miguel de Allende

8 Places To Eat, Drink and Play in Mexico’s San Miguel de Allende; Emily Siegel; Forbes

From tacos to tequila, how to enjoy the perfect weekend in the beloved colonial town.

Source: 8 Places To Eat, Drink and Play in Mexico’s San Miguel de Allende

The Best Way To See San Miguel De Allende; Jennifer Kester; Forbes

Take flight to soak up this enchanting city in central Mexico.

Source: The Best Way To See San Miguel De Allende

Family Fun in Mexico’s San Miguel de Allende; Terry Ward; The Points Guy

Terry Ward is all for destinations that take her by surprise. Those are often places that are super family-friendly when she had them wrongly pegged in her mind as quite the opposite. Case in point: San Miguel de Allende, the UNESCO World Heritage city in Central Mexico that she had somehow imagined to be a blue-haired, baby boomer bastion for Americans looking to live better off their social security south of border.

Source: Family Fun in Mexico’s San Miguel de Allende

Design Lover’s Guide to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico; Kristine Hansen; Architectural Digest

This is the best way to see the place that’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and twice voted best city in the world.

Source: Design Lover’s Guide to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

Explore San Miguel De Allende In A Walking Tour For Foodies; Terri Colby; Forbes

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In Mexico’s highlands, explore San Miguel de Allende with a walking tour for foodies that mixes history and culture with some fine Mexican food.

Source: Explore San Miguel De Allende In A Walking Tour For Foodies

One Great Weekend : A Guide for Two Perfect Days in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico; Brianna; Casual Travelist

In recent years San Miguel de Allende has been named as the Best City in the World by Conde Nast Traveler and Travel & Leisure (twice), with stunning colonial architecture, a creative spirit and some of the best food in Mexico it’s easy to see the allure. This small town in the Mexican Highlands, with over 500 years of history and a designation as an UNESCO World Heritage Site, certainly packs a punch.

Source: One Great Weekend : A Guide for Two Perfect Days in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico