Things to See
The Magical Town of San Miguel De Allende
San Miguel de Allende is a beautiful world-famous UNESCO site, with and a wonderful vibe and ambiance, cobblestone streets filled with original colonial architecture.
- Our dance adventure will be held in the highlands of Mexico
- Known for the art, culture, architecture, friendly people, indigenous influence and exceptional cuisine
- Dancing at every opportunity with daily lessons and evening dance action
- Sample the best of Mexico
- Meet the local dance community
- Fall in love with the warm Latin culture
San Miguel de Allende was recently named by Conde Nast and Travel and Leisure as "Best Small City in the World”.
It is a beautiful place to enjoy collections of paintings and all varieties of art, to walk romantic stone walkways and cobblestoned streets, to explore the history and culture of old Mexico, and to savor fine international dining and local Mexican favorites.
Tours & More
Garden & Home Tours – These guided tours visit both historical and modern buildings that are part of San Miguel de Allende and showcase various architectural styles that make the city unique.
Winery region tour -- Carefully curated tours designed for you to experience the wines and culture of Colonial Mexico
- Visit the Botanical Gardens
- Guided Historic Walking Tour of San Miguel
- Visit the Mercado de Artesanias (no guide needed…)
- Tour the regional olive oil producers (can include breakfast or lunch)
- Cooking class at “La Cocina" cooking school (owner, Kris Rudolph, runs the El Buen Cafe in San Miguel)
- Casa da las Ranas -- an eclectic artists villa just outside of San Miguel a fantastic place created by the American artist Anado McLauchlin
- Fabrica La Aurora -- an art & design center with art studios, galleries, antiques, cafe and restaurants,
- Late lunch in the garden at Nirvana’s superb restaurant, known for its inventive, farm-to-table cuisine.
- Escondido Hot Pools -- half day excursion
- Visit the botanical garden at El Charco del Ingenio.
- Museo Historico – former home of Ignacio Allende
- Visit Sanctuary of Atotonilco. (30 minute drive) This historic church complex is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is famous for its Mexican Baroque murals. The paintings are so beautiful, in fact, that it has been dubbed the “Sistine Chapel of Mexico.”