Little Things to Do in San Miguel de Allende (Part 2)

Continuing from part one; we are further going to delve into the journey and all the little adventures one should have in San Miguel de Allende.

Take a Walk on the Street

San Miguel de Allende is famous because of its courtyards, fountains, sculptures and beautiful wall murals. From churches to art galleries alike, you can see your fair share of architectural beauty woven with natural creations just by taking a walk down the passageways. From the restored Casa Del Mayorazgo de la Canal, one of the city’s most beautiful mansions to the small restaurants dotting the street, you will experience much of what San Miguel has to offer. Continue reading

Little Things to Do in San Miguel de Allende (Part 1)

Going on vacation in San Miguel de Allende is the best way to experience what a side of heaven would look like. With landscapes, architectural and beauty that even J. M. W. Turner would be proud of, San Miguel is one such vacation destination that can turn your regular stay into an experience you can’t forget.

San Miguel celebrates culture and beauty. From their exquisite churches to the more festive courtyards, colors dominate every corner. And with the people as friendly as they come, it is no wonder that the Mexican city is voted one of the best cities in the world. Now, although you may know a bit about why San Miguel is so loved, perhaps you’ll favor it even more once you know how much there is to do in this seemingly small city. And to help you know more, we at Casa Calderoni are going to provide you with a few activities that you will surely love doing in San Miguel de Allende. Continue reading

Top 3 Things You Shouldn’t Do in San Miguel de Allende

Visitors to the beautiful and neatly laid out town of San Miguel de Allende compare the wonder of Disneyland to the brightly painted stucco colonial buildings of this Central Mexican city. Avid travelers would consider San Miguel as an Instagrammer’s playground, something unique and inherently exotic to capture.

Enamoring travelers from all walks of life and the world, this UNESCO World Heritage site is the place where quaint and cosmopolitan come together and make San Miguel de Allende into the city it’s today.

Just like any city though, San Miguel de Allende requires finesse when it comes to traversing the unknown streets and cobbled pathways. Following are 3 things you SHOULDN’T do when visiting San Miguel de Allende; Continue reading