Surrounded by natural beauty and colorful history, Rosewood San Miguel de Allende is ideally placed for experiencing this fascinating colonial town.
The birthplace of the Mexican hero Ignacio Allende, San Miguel is a special place to be on September 16, Mexican Independence Day.
Celebrated throughout Mexico, the Day of the Dead (November 1) is especially colorful in San Miguel de Allende.
New Year’s Eve in San Miguel de Allende is a thrilling spectacle, with gatherings in Jardín Principal, lively music and fireworks.
SEMANA SANTA IN SAN MIGUEL
San Miguel de Allende’s Easter traditions date back centuries. The weeks leading up to Holy Week (Semana Santa) are filled with processions and events. Special masses, fireworks, indigenous dance performances and processions continue in the historic center through Holy Week.
Discover San Miguel de Allende
Originally designed for opera, the 1873 theater today hosts musical events including the Jazz and Chamber Music festivals.
San Miguel de Allende's shops, galleries and markets are a trove of art and handicrafts, from jewelry and textiles to glass and pottery.
San Miguel de Allende’s iconic landmark, this spectacular church was built in the early 1700s with a neo-Gothic façade.
Lively and green with trees, San Miguel de Allende's central garden is where friends meet to learn what's going on in town.