- 3 level blocks from the center of town
- ½ block from the Artesan Market
- ½ block from the American Library
- Parking available at 2 public parking within a short distance of the B&B
How to get to San Miguel
If you are arriving from Hwy 57, take the exit to San Miguel de Allende and stay on it till you get to San Miguel. You will be on Salida real de Queretaro. Keep going straight until you get to San Francisco St., take a left and go down 3 streets and you will be at Jardin. Take a right on Reloj and go 3 streets North and you will be on Callejón del Pueblito Street. Take a left and we are at Callejón del Pueblito 4-A on the left.
About San Miguel De Allende
San Miguel de Allende is a colonial town rich in culture, heritage and history. It is well known as the home of heroes of the Mexican independence movement and as a center for the arts.
The town celebrated its 450th anniversary in 1992. In 1926, it was declared a National Monument, preserving the historical nature of the town. It is free of traffic lights, neon signs, fire hydrants and fast food establishments. With its cobblestone streets, 16th and 17th century architecture, pastel colored walls, and beautiful old churches; it is indeed one of Mexico’s prettiest colonial towns.
Another lure is the pleasant year-round spring like climate with warm, sunny days and cool nights. Located in the highlands of central Mexico in the State of Guanajuato, San Miguel sits at 6,400 ft. altitude. This keeps both the humidity and temperature down as well as keeping the air crisp and clear.
For more information about San Miguel, check the Insiders Guide to San Miguel at http://www.thesanmiguelguide.com/