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

Get Off the Resort: 9 Mexican Destinations to Explore; Becky Pokora; Forbes

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Cancun, Cabo, Puerto Vallarta: they’re all over today’s social media. Thanks in part to Mexico’s broad acceptance of tourism throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, popular cities and resort towns like Mexico City, Cancun and Los Cabos have seen a steep uptick in visitors. While there’s nothing wrong with the beach and the all-inclusive resorts that come with it, there’s more to Mexico than meets the eye.

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Crashed by a Mexican Wedding in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico; Ronan McMahon; International Living

This is how Ronan McMahon learned that San Miguel de Allende is the destination wedding capital of Mexico. Well-heeled families from Mexico City, Monterrey, Guadalajara, and the like…as well as the U.S., around Latin America, even Europe and Asia…flock here for the fairytale look and charming ambiance.

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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.

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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.

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