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San Miguel de Allende Day Trip from Mexico City

1. San Miguel de Allende Day Trip from Mexico City

Depart Mexico City in the morning and take in the views of the countryside en route to the colonial city of San Miguel de Allende. Upon arrival, join a 1.5-hour guided tour to see attractions such as the parish church of San Miguel Arcángel and the contemporary art museum of the Chapel of Jimmy Ray Gallery. Admire the typical Spanish-Baroque façade of the San Francisco Church, and see the former home of Ignacio Allende, notable for his role in the Mexican War of Independence. Purchase typical handicrafts at the craft market and learn more about the history of Mexico outside the Municipal Palace, where statues of Miguel Hidalgo and Ignacio Allende are located. Get some free time to stroll the streets at your own pace. Use the time to visit galleries, or find a nice restaurant or local market to eat lunch. Drive back to Mexico City in the afternoon, with an estimated time of arrival at 9:00 PM.

San Miguel: Landmarks and Lunch Walking Tour

2. San Miguel: Landmarks and Lunch Walking Tour

Explore San Miguel's main sights and hidden treasures on a guided walking tour for up to 12 people. Learn about the history of a town founded in 1542, and replenish your energy after with a 3-course Mexican meal in a traditional family-run restaurant. Begin your tour at San Francisco Church. From here, discover the stories and histories of 6 different landmarks in San Miguel with a certified local guide. Find out how the city has developed from humble beginnings into a world-class destination. As you walk through the town, visit a range of sights like markets, schools, and churches. Learn about local merchants who breathe life into San Miguel and make some new friends along the way. To finish your tour, savor some fantastic food, including an appetizer, main course, dessert, and a drink.

San Miguel de Allende: Horseback Riding Cantinas Tour

3. San Miguel de Allende: Horseback Riding Cantinas Tour

Start off with an intensive riding class and explore San Miguel de Allende on the back of a horse. Riding through the urban landscape of this 450-year old colonial town you will stop in three cantinas for drinks.  You will first head to the Colonia San Antonio neighborhood, where the ride will go past its colorful houses and beautiful church. Once downtown, the group will ride right through Benito Juárez Park, before riding down one of the town's most emblematic streets. It finishes at the illuminated Parroquia Church, a gothic-style church located in the El Jardin main square. On the ride you will visit three of the most historic and traditional cantinas in town. Riding from one to the other you will have the opportunity to hear funny anecdotes that the bartenders and locals have to share.

Magical Towns in Hidalgo: Real del Monte, Huasca & Prismas

4. Magical Towns in Hidalgo: Real del Monte, Huasca & Prismas

Escape the hustle and bustle of Mexico City for the day on a full-day tour of the towns of Hidalgo. Following a pick-up from a central meeting point in Mexico City, transfer north to the mining town of Real del Monte (Mineral del Monte). Here, you will have approximately 4 hours to explore the streets at leisure. Sample some of the local street food, such as pulque bread, tamales and other examples of Hidalgo cuisine. Go to the English cemetery, where all the graves are oriented towards England. Enjoy some free time to shop and find some lunch. Then, continue to the Basaltic Prisms of Huasca de Ocampo. Admire the 30-meter tall geometric basalt columns that decorate the walls of the impressive Santa Maria Regla Canyon, where 4 waterfalls feed the San Antonio Regla dam. See the beautiful 18th-century Hacienda San Miguel Regla, former residence of the mining magnate and philanthropist Pedro Romero de Terreros. See why Huasca de Ocampo is named “Magical Town” (Pueblo Mágico) for its preserved architecture and natural surroundings. Discover arches that were once part of the courts, and ovens where the silver was extracted on a 2-hour tour of the hacienda, before returning to Mexico City.

San Miguel: Evening Food Tour

5. San Miguel: Evening Food Tour

Enjoy a 3-hour guided food tour through downtown San Miguel. Learn about the cultures which have come to define Mexico as a country - Aztec, Mayan, Toltec, Moorish, Spanish, and even French - through a series of 5 tastings at carefully selected restaurants and vendors. Discover why in 2010, UNESCO added Mexican cuisine to its list of the world’s 'intangible cultural heritage'. Enjoy how the aromas, textures, and colors create a memorable experience you won’t soon forget. This foodie adventure showcases the city's highlights and hidden gems. Learn about the real local merchants who breathe life into the city with their powerful personal histories. Experience San Miguel’s history and beauty unfold through its stunning architecture, impressive natural terrain, and fascinating locals. Walk away armed with new knowledge and a host of recommendations so you can explore San Miguel further on your own.

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What people are saying about Central Mexico

Our guide was Oscar, and wow was he thorough, charming, personable and so likable! We would 100% recommend this tour to anyone looking to lessen about the history of San Miguel and check out so many little gems of the magnificent city!

We had a great time with Omar. He's very knowledgeable about the city and was able to give us great restaurant recommendations along with answering our questions about San Miguel. Thanks, Omar!

Well planned and included many beautiful churches and historic sights. Our group ask many questions and all were answered with accuracy. This is a lovely way to see this wonderful city.

We so enjoyed our tour with Oscar. We learned so much about San Miguel- a perfect way to start our stay. Our best to you, Oscar!

We really had a nice day with Oscar, couldn’t ask for a nicer guy!