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6 Reasons To Spend Christmas In San Miguel de Allende

Joanne Silatei Travel Tips

Christmas is one of the most popular times to travel, but not just to visit family and friends. If you are looking for a Christmas vacation destination look no further than San Miguel de Allende! Finally A Real Vacation If you typically use vacation days to visit friends and family for Christmas and New Year’s, you may be craving a …

Taco 101: How To Eat An Authentic Mexican Taco In San Miguel de Allende

Taco 101: How To Eat An Authentic Mexican Taco In San Miguel de Allende

Joanne Silatei Foodie, Street Food, Tacos

As an avid traveler you already understand that eating authentic local cuisine is nothing like dining in one of your hometown restaurants. While you know that Taco Bell is far from authentic you are sure to have dined in at least a few Mexican-owned and operated restaurants outside of Mexico. However, even the most authentic global chefs have to substitute …

Bypass Mexico’s Beach Resorts And Head Inland—To San Miguel de Allende-Ruins

Why Tenured Travelers Bypass Mexico’s Beach Resorts And Head Inland

Joanne Silatei Travel Tips

If you only have one week off a year, you are crossing a vacation destination off of your Bucket List, or you hardly ever travel—a beach town or all-inclusive resort might be the way to go. However, tenured travelers often bypass Mexico’s beaches and head inland to San Miguel de Allende and other less populated cities. Here are just a …

Authentic Mexican Food In San Miguel de Allende - Regional Cuisine

Why You Will Love The Authentic Mexican Food In San Miguel de Allende

Joanne Silatei Foodie

Tasting authentic local cuisine is one of the top reasons to travel. In fact, it is why food tourism is on the rise around the globe. If you are heading to Mexico for the first time you are sure to be in for a few surprises. Even if you have eaten your fair share of tacos, burritos, and enchiladas—there is …

The Best Things To Do In San Miguel de Allende - Live Music

The Best Things To Do In San Miguel de Allende

Joanne Silatei Things to Do

Not your typical sand and sun Mexican vacation destination, our small Colonia is rapidly growing as a top tourist destination. Wondering what to do when there is no beach in sight? Here are just a few of the top things to do in San Miguel de Allende.   Head To The Tuesday Market There are no shortage of shops in …

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Is Romance On The Agenda? Romantic Spots In San Miguel de Allende

Joanne Silatei Travel Tips

If you will be in San Miguel de Allende for your honeymoon, anniversary, or for a couple’s getaway—head to one of the romantic spots below. Wine Tasting And Dinner At Viñedos La Redonda If you and your loved one are wine connoisseurs hop a cab, Uber, drive, or tour bus and take a scenic ride to the Viñedos La Redonda …

The Top 3 CitiesTo Visit In Mexico-Mexico City

The Top 3 Cities To Visit In Mexico

Joanne Silatei Things to Do

Just like the United States and Canada, Mexico is a large and expansive country—offering vacationers many different options in weather, terrain, cuisine, culture, and more. While many of the coastal towns are popular cruise ship ports and tropical vacation destinations, there are a few inland cities that are gaining some serious attention. Below are the top 3 cities to visit …

Best Vacation Spot In Mexico - San Miguel de Allende

Why San Miguel de Allende Is One Of The Best Vacation Spots In Mexico

Joanne Silatei Travel Tips

What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of a Mexican vacation? Swimming in the ocean? Lounging on the beach while drinking margaritas? While that is certainly one way you can spend your vacation, Mexico has some fantastic vacation locations that don’t border the beach. Here are just a few reasons why San Miguel de Allende …

San Miguel de Allende’s Mojigangas: Giants Walk Among Us

paul Local Color

On any given weekend, visitors and residents in  San Miguel de Allende may happen across a wedding, religious, or just a celebratory procession led by one or more colorful, whimsical mojigangas (pronounced mo-he-gan-gas).    In San Miguel de Allende, these dancing mojigangas lead joyful revelers in a “callejoneada”, or small parade of sorts,  through the cobblestone streets and into the Jardin. …