SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE

STUNNING COLONIAL CITY IN THE HEART OF MEXICO

Continually rated as one of the top travel destinations in the world, San Miguel de Allende is a striking example of colonial Mexico. Wander the vivid streets of this friendly city and discover unique markets and distinguished art galleries. Delight yourself in the world-class culinary offerings throughout the town.

San Miguel de Allende was just ranked No. 1 Best City in the World and

No. 1 Best City in Mexico for 2017 by Travel + Leisure’s Magazine.

Renowned for its picturesque cobblestone streets, colonial architecture and perfect natural lighting, the city is a popular playground for artists & foodies.

The town is filled with culinary pleasures and artisan’s treasures. It is a dose of old world Mexico blended with fabulous restaurants, modern shops, artists galore and authentic markets, perfect setting to experience authentic and vibrant Mexican culture.

San Miguel de Allende Culinary Vacation
April 7-13 2019

We are excited to offer an exclusive Culinary Vacation,  a week filled with traditional and mixed with modern Mexican flavors. Each guest will be treated to a daily culinary experience, tastings that range from traditional dishes, such as “Chiles en Nogados” to flavors created by  modern chefs, such as Enrique Olvera’, owner of the exclusive new restaurant “Moxie”. The vacation will include daily guided shopping, history & food tours. Daily home cooked breakfasts, and culinary demonstrations related to Mexican food traditions.

Highlights

  • 6 nights accommodations : Casa Alta Vista – with a stunning view of all San Miguel de Allende
  • A hands on cooking class & Mercado tour
  • Mexican themed cooking demonstrations
  • Daily Guided Shopping Excursions
  • Daily home cooked breakfast, with specialty coffees and refreshments
  • Daily lunch and/or dinner, each a unique culinary experience

Itinerary

Day 1

Welcome Dinner- Rich & Flavorful Mole

 

Day 2

Each day will begin with a specialty home cooked breakfast

Mercado Tour- Cooking demonstration

Guided Shopping tour- Mexican themed silver jewelry

Dinner at a exclusive restaurant- San Miguel Flavors

 

Day 3

Culinary demonstration – Chiles, Chiles, Chiles- Caliente!

Food Tour –Tasting of up to 8 restaurants & Bars

Guided Shopping excursion- San Miguel Designer shoes & Handbags

Dinner at a traditional restaurant-Chiles en Nogados

 

Day 4

Culinary demonstration – Pan Dulce

Art Walking Tour & Popular café lunch

Guided Shopping excursion – San Miguel Art galleries

Mexican Bakery visit

Dinner at La Posadita- traditional Mexican food

 

Day 5

Specialty Breakfast & Folk Art Experience

Historic Church walking tour

Folk Art shopping excursions

Farewell dinner at an exclusive restaurant- celebrity chef Enrique Olvera

 

Day 6

Good – Bye Breakfast!

Pack your treasures

Travel home with fabulous memories

 

How do I sign up?

San Miguel De Allende Culinary Vacation

April 7-13 2019

Contact: info@dulcevidatravel.com to arrange payments.

 

Pricing : $1700 per person (based on double occupancy)

 

Payment Options

Payment Plan: $500 to secure a reservation – Send a request to info@dulcevidatravel.com

Full payment due 60 days prior to departure.

Refunds: 100% refund if notified 90 days prior to event of confirmed payments.

We accept all major credit cards & checks.

 

Exclusions:

The fee excludes airfare

Alcohol in a restaurant setting

Not recommended for children under 15 years old

No pets allowed

 

Physical Requirements:

San Miguel Allende is a historic town, with cobble stone streets and uneven sidewalks and small hilly streets. Each participant must be able to walk with ease. We apologize, but wheelchairs cannot be accommodated. It will also be difficult to accommodate guests with strict dietary restrictions, we can accommodate some restrictions if notified in advance.

 

Airport & Transportation

Arrive  April 7 , Leon, Mexico Airport BJX, before 4pm local time.

Transportation will be provided to Casa Alta Vista to and from BJX.

Select a departure time April 13, between 2pm-4pm.

 

Passport: All trips to Mexico require a valid passport

Additional FAQ- refer to the welcome page for detailed information