San Miguel de Allende Mexico Discovery All -Inclusive Incl. Air! (SOLD OUT)

4 Days

Sold out, new trip coming in January 2025

We’re going on a long weekend trip to beautiful San Miguel de Allende, Mexico July 19-22. This is a popular ex-pat destination tucked into the mountains of central Mexico. SMA has it all: a huge artist colony featuring world-class art at great prices, incredible and unique dining opportunities, picturesque vineyards, nightly concerts, colorful architecture with a blend of Spanish and Mexican influences, and so much more. Come join us!

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Four-day all inclusive weekend experience in San Miquel, including air from BNA. (SOLD OUT) New Trip in January to come.

For the second year in a row, Travel + Leisure readers chose Mexico’s San Miguel de Allende as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. San Miguel de Allende, a colonial-era city in Mexico’s central highlands, founded in 1500, is known for its thriving arts scene and frequent  cultural festivals. In the city’s historic, cobblestoned center lies the neo-Gothic church Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel, whose dramatic pink towers rise above the main plaza. Come with us as we explore this fascinating city.

We will leave home Friday morning, arriving in San Miguel that afternoon. A private transfer will whisk us to our beautiful boutique hotel directly on the square in the city center. We’ll be able to see La Parroquia from the hotel.

The weekend will be filled with culinary experiences, vineyard tour, art crawls, cultural tours and so much more. Then on Monday morning we’ll return home . Escape the summer heat and visit the mountains of central Mexico where the average temperature is around 60-75 degrees in July. Bring your cameras, and be prepared to be impressed. We are limiting this trip to 10 people. This is an all-inclusive experience, including airfare.

Highlights

  • Walking History Tour of San Miguel
  • Walking Food and Culture Tour of San Miguel
  • Vineyard visit with food and wine tasting
  • Art Tour and Boutique shopping
  • Music and culture experience

Itinerary

We will arrive in the Leon airport and will experience a one hour fifteen-minute scenic drive into the mountains to San Miquel Allende. 

Here we will stay in a historic boutique hotel La Morada and soon after, have dinner at a local restaurant, 

meet our tour lead and stroll around the downtown park listening to music and admiring the evening art and culture. 

Dinner

Saturday, after breakfast, we will have a cultural/ History walking tour of the beautiful architecture, this will immediately be proceeded by a food tour, where you will taste some of the local foods, and hear the history of the Mexican dinning heritage. After the tours, you can stroll through the boutique shops and art galleries that are very impressive. Saturday night we will have a wonderful culinary experience. Afterward, we will visit the centra and listen to strolling Mariachi bands and experience the beauty of the night SMA offers 

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast we will visit a local vineyard where we we sample wines, tour and have lunch. In the afternoon we will tour the incredible art galleries that SMA have to offer. You will see an incredible art collection and be very tempted to have art shipped or bring beautiful painting home with you. Sunday night will be our farewell dinner after a roof top experience. 

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast you can explore or pursue some last-minute shopping, then we will depart for the airport and return home. 

Breakfast

Whats Included

  • Airfare
  • Accommodations Boutique Hotel
  • All Transportation
  • All Meals, breakfast, lunch and dinner at boutique restaurants
  • All Tickets to the ART tour
  • All Tickets for Food tour of the city
  • All Tickets for the Culture/ History tour of the city
  • Transportation to the Vineyard
  • All food and wine tasting included at the Vineyard
  • All music and cultural events included
  • All Tips

What is not included

  • Alcohol beverages with meals
  • Any self incidentals
Is it safe in San Miquel ?

Yes, very safe, this city has a very low crime rate, and security is almost always in view. This is one reason that SMA has a very large American retirement community.

Weather in July

The weather in July will have the possibility of afternoon thunderstorms, the temperature is very average year round. 60-80 degrees.

La Morada Boutique Hotel 4.5 out of 5

The hotel is an old colonial house, with rooms decorated on this style,located 60 feet away from the main square. All rooms with: Double and King Beds, Cable TV, DVD, telephone and security box. Colonial Suites in two levels; bedroom with king bed, living room with balcony overlooking to the main zone, half and full bathroom with a personal Jacuzzi bath tub. Patio Suites, new area in ground floor with out-standing minimalist design and Jacuzzi. TripAdvisor score 4.5 out of  5. (Special Note: There a no elevators in this hotel).

Places you will see

Hola, Allen Hime here, looking forward to sharing San Miguel Allende with you.

I have spent a lifetime traveling throughout Mexico, and San Miguel Allende is by far the most beautiful city I have explored. If you love art, culture, and history, SMA has it all.  This city of 120K is very safe, clean, and friendly. For the exception of a Starbucks, you will only find boutique mom and pop business throughout the city. We will have a very busy four days, so pack your camera and come with me on a dynamic adventure.

Is Mexico Safe for Americans to Visit?

Perhaps our most frequently heard question is “Is it Safe?”. There are a ton of reasons to ask the question, and even more reasons for us to answer “Absolutely!”. Here are some of them.

  • There will always be areas in every country where we wouldn’t advise travel. And from our experience, there are more of those spots in the US than in any other country. New York, St Louis, Houston, Atlanta, Seattle, or Miami all have areas you shouldn’t visit. Even in countries we see as high-risk such as Iraq, Jordan, China, or India, people go about the job of living just as you and I do. All of the above countries are safe if you use common sense and travel in groups.
  • In most cases, you’ll be in a group of 10 to 12, with a local guide and driver. They know the ropes. The highest risk in crowded tourist areas is pick-pocketing. There are some very easy common-sense strategies to prevent this that we’ll discuss with you. We never go into areas that are prone to tourist kidnappings. Plus when is the last time you heard of an American being kidnapped outside of Russia or some isolated spots that we know of. It simply doesn’t happen as most of these local economies are highly dependent on American tourist dollars.
  • Since COVID most Americans fear any culture other than their own. This fear most often comes from a lack of traveling and experiencing first-hand how safe much of the world is. It’s time to peak over the rim of the world and see what’s shaking.

 

From $1,995 USD
/ Shared Room (Double Occupancy)
From $2,240 USD
/ Private Room (Single Occupancy)
  • Small Groups of 8 - 15 people
  • Flexible Payments
  • Pre-trip Educational/Preparation Meetings
  • TravelAvidly Trip Leader
  • Immersive Experiences

Trip Information

Activity Level: Moderate (see all ratings)

Trip Leader/CSR: Allen Hime