San Miguel de Allende

The Parish of San Miguel Arcángel
Symbol of the city, erected at the end of the 17th century; Of striking Neogothic style façade, designed by Ceferino Gutiérrez and superimposed around 1880.

The Handicrafts Market
In the Lucas Balderas Walker where you can buy the typical handicrafts in brass and natural, copper and decorated sheet offered on site.

The House of Allende
Beautiful neoclassical cover designed in the mid-eighteenth century, this building houses an interesting collection of pieces from the Independence era.

Botanical Garden “El Charco del Ingenio”
Reserve, approximately 67 hectares, are exhibited about 1,300 species of cacti.

Museum of Mexican Popular Toy
Are the rustic toys that are part of the history of artisan production in Mexico. Divided into four rooms show the artistic diversity according to the region, besides having a room for temporary exhibitions.

La Aurora Factory
Was one of the most important textile factories in the country. Built by an English company in 1902, it has 12 quarry arches and wrought iron gates that have remained practically the same since that time. Now numerous art galleries, around 40 artists, restaurants and even bookstore.

Doce 18 Concept House
Located in the heart of downtown San Miguel de Allende, Dôce 18 Concept House is set in the iconic Casa Cohen. The restoration and restructuring of its interior allowed the creation of contrasts between colonial and contemporary architecture resulting in an aesthetic success that brings together the best in design, fashion and cuisine: three different concepts fused together in one space to offer a unique shopping experience.