San Miguel in the News
San Miguel is sexy. It’s trending with nationals from Mexico City and continues to be popular with North American tourists and expats alike. Art, culture, tequillas and margaritas, shopping, dancing, hiking, swimming, music, beauty and charm - read about all of it in the articles below, take in the stunning photos, and get ready to plan your next trip to San Miguel de Allende!
10 reasons why tourists and ex-pats alike love San Miguel de Allende.
San Miguel de Allende is listed among cities such as Berlin, Santa Fe and Basel, all loved for their abundance of art and cultural offerings.
Architectural Digest features some of San Miguel's most picturesque stores, restaurants and architecture.
Here and there in San Miguel. Pictures by the New York Times
A quick tour of some great places to eat, drink, shop, sightsee and relax in San Miguel.
Discover the simple pleasures of San Miguel.
The Economist magazine describes the continued American migration to Mexico.
Listed by Condé Naste Traveler as one of the "Top 5 Cities in Mexico", San Miguel de Allende receives high scores for both ambiance and friendliness.
Spencer Wynn of the Toronto Star describes his visit to San Miguel de Allende. Take a walk with Mr. Wynn as he winds his way through Centro and some surrounding areas.
Rachel Ray completes filming in San Miguel de Allende.
The Carrera Panamericana (Pan-American Race), which is the most famous rally in the world will pass through San Miguel de Allende with more than 100 race cars
on Wednesday, October 25.
The concept of “safe community” was adopted by the World Health Organization within its “Health for All” strategy.
Features the “bests” of San Miguel.
Describes the “quiet but seductive” new Rosewood San Miguel.
San Miguel rates #1 in Travel + Leisure's “2010 World's Best Mexico and Latin America Cities.”
San Miguel rates #4 in Travel + Leisure's “2010 World's Best Top 10 Cities.”
A brief overview of buying property in San Miguel.
See the final cut here which includes beautiful footage of both the Charco and the Jardin.
Guanajuato, Dolores Hidalgo and San Miguel de Allende are featured in this article on cities along Mexico’s “Freedom Trail” as the country celebrates 200 years of independence.
According to USAToday, “North Americans come to San Miguel to stretch their retirement nest eggs in a tranquil setting that boasts most of the comforts of home, and then some
This ABC News Special video features San Miguel as an affordable option for Americans at all stages of their lives.
From a business standpoint, this article explains that San Miguel “serves as a model for how to leverage elements of history, architecture, and culture to positively impact a market’s lodging and real estate dynamics.”
Affordable, assisted living in Mexico.
Thousands of Americans are flocking to the quaint Mexican city of San Miguel de Allende in search of a unique,affordable lifestyle.
This article highlights the traditional festivities of San Miguel.
A former travel writer for the New York Times describes her delicious, musical, magical day in San Miguel.
Chronicles some of the recent growth, new developments, and residents’ opinions on the matter.
Although a little older, this article captures the allure and spirit of San Miguel in details especially helpful for travelers.