Travel to San Miguel de Allende
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Travel to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

Travel to San Miguel de Allende

Arguably the best vantage point in town: the view from Luna Rooftop Tapas Bar, atop the Rosewood hotel.

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Travel to San Miguel de Allende

Candy-colored private casitas at the Rosewood hotel, designed to mimic the traditional homes of San Miguel.

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Travel to San Miguel de Allende

A tourist explores San Miguel de Allende. Not only is San Miguel delightfully walkable, staying on foot is the best way to stumble upon its many treasures.

 (Stacy Suaya)
Travel to San Miguel de Allende

Recreo San Miguel, an upscale boutique selling Mexican serapes made from the world’s finest fabrics.

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Travel to San Miguel de Allende

One of many callejones (narrow streets or alleys) in the heart of San Miguel de Allende.

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Travel to San Miguel de Allende

Artisans at work, constructing and painting all manner of papier-mache wares. This was one of three stops on a private factory tour with Mario Hernandez.

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Travel to San Miguel de Allende

Sea bass with onion cream, Hoja Santa and kale vinaigrette, served with potato terrine and fried kale at Aperi.

 (Stacy Suaya)
Travel to San Miguel de Allende

Woman selling corn, cactus and eggplant at Mercado de Artesanias. There are several markets in San Miguel de Allende, selling handicrafts, produce and street food.

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Travel to San Miguel de Allende

Crispy suckling pig al pastor, with achiote sauce, pineapple, grilled onions and mustard leaves at Aperi.

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Travel to San Miguel de Allende

Mojigangas (giant pageantry puppets that range from 5 to 15 feet tall) greet you at Belmond Casa de Sierra Nevada.

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A woman selling Otom’ dolls in El Jardin, the central plaza. Otom’ Indians are one of the oldest and largest indigenous groups in Central Mexico.

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Travel to San Miguel de Allende

Cuttlefish cooked in brown butter with chanterelles, sweetbreads and leeks at Aperi.

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Travel to San Miguel de Allende

Bartender at Hank’s New Orleans Cafe and Oyster Bar. This popular expat haunt has a rollicking 2-for-1 happy hour.

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Travel to San Miguel de Allende

Seared tuna tacos at Donnie Masterson’s The Restaurant.

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