Continually rated as one of the top 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 delights throughout the city and burgeoning wine scene in the countryside.


Use the itineraries below to generate ideas for your vacation. Each itinerary is completely customizable – you choose your dates, accommodations, activities and more to create your perfect Mexico holiday.

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A Journey through Mexico City, San Miguel Allende & Los Cabos

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Days: 11

Experience a journey from the vibrant metropolis of Mexico City to the enchanting streets of San Miguel de Allende, and finishing in st... read more »


Mexico City & San Miguel Allende: Culture, Food & Wine

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Days: 7

Take a culinary tour through Mexico City and San Miguel de Allende, sampling wine, tequila, and mezcal. Also visit the historic centers... read more »


Culinary Tour Through Mexico City, San Miguel de Allende, and Puebla

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Days: 10

Take a culinary tour through Mexico City, San Miguel de Allende, and Puebla and experience some of the world’s best gastronomic hotsp... read more »


Winter Holiday In Colonial Mexico

Take the ultimate Christmas adventure and discover authentic Mexico’s beautiful and joyous festive celebrations.... read more »

4-day Weekend Escape to San Miguel de Allende

Constantly named as one of the best cities in the world, San Miguel de Allende is a top art and gastronomy destination in Mexico and is... read more »

Mexico's Colonial Cities Travel

9-day Exploration of the Great Colonial Cities in Mexico

On this trip through colonial Mexico you will be winding down cobblestone streets, exploring colorful folklore, discovering pre-Columbi... read more »

8-day Luxury San Miguel Tour With Mexican Villa Stay

Days: 8

Take an exclusive, one-of-a-kind journey to San Miguel de Allende to discover why this colorful town and thriving center for art and cu... read more »


10-day Ultimate Day of the Dead Celebration in Mexico

Visit Mexico during the Day of the Dead Celebration (Día de Muertos) to experience this colorful, intimate holiday of love, loss, and ... read more »


Spirit of Mexico: San Miguel Allende & Tequila Experience

Discover the Antiguo Camino Real, the original trail Spanish Conquistadors used to transport silver and treasures, with stays at a vint... read more »


Food, Wine and Tequila in Colonial Mexico

This trip will captivate your senses through personalized private tours, an exclusive tequila tasting, hands-on cooking classes, visit... read more »

7-day Magical Tour of San Miguel de Allende and Guanajuato

Journey into the heart of Mexico’s independence and revolutionary past by visiting the UNESCO World Hertiage Cities of Guanajuato and... read more »


Culture of Mexico Experience

The Culture of Mexico Experience explores Mexico City, Guanajuato, and the Yucatan Peninsula for a look at the many of the traditions a... read more »

Unesco World Heritage Cities

UNESCO World Heritage Cities

This trip visits the majority of Mexican cities that have been recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Site. In addition to visiting many o... read more »

San Miguel de Allende Highlights:

  • San Miguel Allende – This colorful town is a thriving center for art and culture. Voted as the number one city to live in by Condé Nast in 2013, it is a bustling expat center with numerous cathedrals, shops, restaurants and art galleries. As you wander the cobblestone streets, don’t be surprised to stumble upon live music or a live performance at a park or in a restaurant.
  • Guanajuato – Guanajuato is a city of incredible charm hidden in the Sierra de Guanajuato Mountains. Its center is a maze of cobblestone streets lined with pastel-colored buildings and colonial ironwork. Paying homage to its colonial past, Guanajuato has no traffic lights or neon signs and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1988.