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Conde Nast Traveler Readers, voted San Miguel De Allende the Best Small City to Travel in 2018

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Many consider colonial-era San Miguel de Allende one of Mexico’s prettiest cities, and it’s no wonder. Here, you’ll find leafy courtyards, narrow cobblestone streets, and a historic town center from which the Gothic Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel’s pink towers rise high above the main plaza, El Jardín. It’s a hike from Mexico City—about 165 miles northeast in the country’s hilly central highlands, and with no international airport—but it’s worth the trek. In 2008, UNESCO recognized San Miguel de Allende and neighboring Sanctuary of Jesús Nazareno de Atotonilco as World Heritage of Humanity sites.

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My 2020 travel adventures, were all scheduled and well planned. The year would begin with a visit to San Miguel de Allende with my comadres, then on to a fully hosted trip to Mexico City for a Mexican tourism conference, followed by We All Grow Summit, to connect with my tribe of Latina Creatives, in...
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Many Americans forget Cinco de Mayo honors the anniversary of the Battle of Puebla. It is celebrated on the Fifth of May as the symbol of victory over the French Empire by the Mexican army. In Mexico, the people celebrate this day in various towns and especially in Puebla where the said battle took place....
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April 21, 2020 Mexico and US Extend Date for Land Border Crossing Restrictions The Mexico-US land border is now said to be “restricted” and only “essential” crossings are allowed. On March 20, 2020 travel restrictions came into force restricting movement across the US-Mexico land border —the busiest land border in the world— due to the...
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Semana Santa (Holy Week) is the week leading up to Easter. This is a very important religious holiday season in Mexico. Religious celebrations are at the forefront, but, since Mexican schools have two weeks vacation period at this time (the week of Semana Santa, and the following week, which is referred to as Semana de...
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Hola Amigas! We all love to travel, but the journey can be frustrating. Sharing a great article by my favorite Travel Writer: Jen On A Jet Plane. She highlights the difference between various airport security options. I am a big fan of Global Entry, as it is so easy to cruise by immigration line, upon...
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Mexico Has Its Own Wine Country—and It’s Amazing Baja California, MX, Valle de Guadalupe, is only 90 minutes from the San Diego border, and is commonly compared to Napa Valley of the south. The wines of Valle de Guadalupe are fast becoming competitive with the best of the world. With more that 100 wineries, each...
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Read More  Download My New Amigas Guide To San Miguel de Allende MX Includes my favorite Shopping, Cultural Attractions, and Cafes. Bonus Walking Maps included!
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Mexico Travels -Our Best Meals in 2019 Dulce Vida Travel had an outstanding year! We hosted tours to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico City & Valle de Guadalupe, and had some amazing meals with our guests. Please enjoy this list and join us in 2020! Mexico City As one can imagine, Mexico City has thousands...
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