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  • SS 2019

Narrow cobbled streets branch off into salts and descend from the heart of the city: the square of the Jardin Principal, a meeting point for sellers of flowers, necklaces in colored raffia, tin souvenirs and amusing and colorful handmade crafts. The facades of the houses are painted in warm colors: cocoa, hibiscus, ocher and, in contrast, the turquoise sky.

San Miguel de Allende opens its colonial houses and its hacjende that become hotels, art galleries, multi-ethnic and refined salons.

Multicolor markets host craftsmen coming from all regions of Guanajuato, carrying their woven bags, their flower crowns, hand-painted votive tin, loom-woven belts.

We accompany you on this walk to San Miguel de Allende.