The magic of the 470-year old mountain town of San Miguel de Allende comes alive at night as the major cathedrals brighten the black skies.
Named a UNESCO World Heritage site, San Miguel de Allende is rich in culture, heritage and history.
It is the well known home of heroes of the Mexican independence movement and as a center for the arts.
It is one of Mexico’s prettiest colonial towns with cobblestone streets, 16th and 17th century architecture, pastel colors and many beautiful old churches.
San Miguel de Allende lies in the highlands of central Mexico in the state of Guanajuato.
It sits at 6,400 feet which keeps both the humidity and temperature down and the air crisp and clear. The pleasant year-round spring-like climate offers warm, sunny days and cool nights.