Recently included in UNESCO’s list, San Miguel de Allende is known for its state of preservation, authenticity and integrity.
Why did it receive this distinction?
Due to its cultural and handicrafts diversity, buildings and monuments of great historical importance, which contribute culturally and architecturally to the Mexican Baroque, as well as because of its importance during Mexico’s struggle for Independence from Spain.
What to do?
For its unique beauty, a visit to the Cathedral of San Miguel, in the Gothic and Baroque style, is one of the activities you just cannot miss in this city.
Try the delicious “tumbagones”, a dessert in the shape of a crispy, small, wheat flour roll covered with powdered sugar.
You must visit
The Jardin Principal (Main Garden), the Casa Allende Historic Museum, the Church of San Francisco, the Public Washing Places, the el Chorro Neighborhood and the Casa de los Condes.