The beginner's guide to the Day of the Dead
November 2nd marks El Dia del los Muertos, known worldwide as the Day of the Dead, when Mexico remembers their loved relative…
San Miguel de Allende
Miguela Allende is about three hours located from Mexico City and is much loved by Mexicans and visitors alike. The walled city is UNESCO World Heritage Site, whose well-preserved centre offers beautiful gardens, Baroque and Classical colonial buildings, a towering Cathedral and the historic home of the Independence hero Ignacio Allende.
Many artists live and lived here. Sit in the main square to enjoy a coffee and watch the world go by. There are many restaurants, cafes and art shops to enjoy and explore. There is a and very good are market offering local paintings, textiles, sculptures, garden furniture and, among others, only a few minutes from the town .
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Explore Mexico City and the nearby pre-Aztec pyramids at Teotihuacan. Discover the magical towns where revolutionary history, cobbled streets and colonial architecture abound