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Taste of San Miguel Food Tour

Taste of San Miguel Food Tour

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Discover the wonders of San Miguel de Allende cuisine on this 3-hour food walking tour, top-rated by TripAdvisor reviewers. Soak up rich culinary history and traditions as you explore family-owned restaurants and other eateries, and sample delicious churros, chocolate, mole, ceviche and more. Admire the city’s Spanish baroque architecture and learn about the local history along the way. Numbers are limited to eight foodies on this small-group tour, ensuring a more personalized experience.
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  • 3 hours 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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$57.00
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Discover and Explore San Miguel de Allende Walking
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Discover and Explore San Miguel de Allende Walking

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The tourist route that visitors to the city will take with me is to visit the main points of the city, the iconic and most important places, but we also visit galleries, shops where they will be able to discover Sanmiguelense folklore and art. We make a small stop in a cafeteria where you can taste 100% organic chocolate, snow, typical sweets, jams, etc. for free. History, monuments, squares, art, painting, food, wines, restaurants, fashion, jewelry, etc. In addition to helping them find their way so that on the first day they can easily move around the City.
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Canyoning Adventure from Querétaro or San Miguel for Beginners

Canyoning Adventure from Querétaro or San Miguel for Beginners

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This tour provides round-trip transportation from downtown Queretaro and visits the state of Guanajuato for a canyoning adventure in Paso de Vaqueros. You'll spend the day in a scenic canyon riding natural water slides, leaping into 26-foot (8-meter) pits, and rappelling 65 feet (20 meters) into the waterfalls. Snacks, safety gear, and insurance are all included in the price of your tour.
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  • 9 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$127.08
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$127.08
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Chocolate and Cobblestones San Miguel De Allende Walking Tour

Chocolate and Cobblestones San Miguel De Allende Walking Tour

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Experience the history and culture of San Miguel de Allende on this guided excursion. Choose your preferred tour day—Wednesdays and Sundays are available—and head out in a group of 12 to explore the chocolate and historical landmarks of San Miguel with a knowledgeable local guide. Enjoy a complimentary lunch and sweet and savory tastings along the way.
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  • 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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$50.00
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Guanajuato, Magical town Dolores Hidalgo, Atotonilco from San Miguel de Allende
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Guanajuato, Magical town Dolores Hidalgo, Atotonilco from San Miguel de Allende

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Come and fall in love with Guanajuato, Dolores Hidalgo and Atotonilco! Magical destinations full of history, with wonderful tunnels and romantic alleys that lead us to find beautiful squares, churches, fountains, where they narrate more than a thousand legends. Guanajuato, unique in its kind, charming, colorful and mystical. Dolores Hidalgo, recorded in history as the cradle of National Independence; stage so that in the early morning of 16 September 1810, the priest of this place, called the town by ringing the bells, it was Don Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla himself who inherited the trade of pottery and ceramics from Talavera, which today enjoys great prestige, as well as the unusual flavors of the snows of this place.
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  • 10 to 11 hours
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Magical town Dolores Hidalgo and Sanctuary of Atotonilco - San Miguel de Allende
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Magical town Dolores Hidalgo and Sanctuary of Atotonilco - San Miguel de Allende

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Meet the historic magical town Dolores Hidalgo! registered as the cradle of National Independence; the stage so that at dawn on September 16, 1810, the priest Don Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, called the people ringing the bells. Get into history knowing the emblematic Parish of Our Lady of Los Dolores, Casa de Visitas, The Museum of Independence, and the Casa de Mariano Abasolo. It is worth mentioning that Don Miguel Hidalgo inherited the profession of pottery and ceramics from Talavera, which nowadays has great prestige, as well as the unusual flavors of the snows of this place. Also, visit Atotonilco, Known as the Mexican Sistine Chapel for all the pictorial art contained within this beautiful Shrine, its founder, Father Luis Felipe Neri de Alfaro, gave himself the task for most of his life of leaving an evangelizing work, years more late in the beginning of the independence struggle.
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  • 6 to 7 hours
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Guanajuato from San Miguel de Allende
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Guanajuato from San Miguel de Allende

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Guanajuato, Glorious and Magical, surrounded by hills shaped like frogs, which in past times housed the largest deposits of silver and gold in our country, and which is proud to have seen the first great battle for our Independent Mexico. Submerged among the earth, making its way through it with wonderful tunnels and romantic alleys that lead us to find beautiful squares, temples like that of San Diego and that of San Cayetano in Mina de Valenciana, undoubtedly magnificent places full of history. Come and see The Basilica of Our Lady of Guanajuato, The "Pipila" Monument, Casa de Diego Rivera Museum, The Juárez Theater, The University of Guanajuato, and sources where more than a thousand legends are narrated. This is Guanajuato, unique in its kind, charming and mystical, colorful and sober, home to the great Cervantino International Festival.
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  • 8 to 9 hours
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$102.00
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San Miguel de Allende Arts and Snacks Walking Tour
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San Miguel de Allende Arts and Snacks Walking Tour

Get an early start with breakfast in the market and then snack your way through the artisans market while you oggle and perhaps purchase the beautiful handmade arts and crafts. After the market stroll through the mural laced Guadalupe neighborhood to get to the Fabrica Aurora, where you will rest and rejuvenate with caffeine before setting off to explore the many delights offered by the numerous galleries of the Fabrica.
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  • 2 to 3 hours
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$45.00
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Magical mineral town of wells from San Miguel de Allende
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Magical mineral town of wells from San Miguel de Allende

Get to know Mineral de Pozos! Place where you can still appreciate the remains of what was a large wealthy town thanks to its mining industry. Currently its imposing buildings show us the solitude of a sad decadence, abandoned over time. Pozos was founded in 1576 to protect the Chichimecas silver route. Because it was very difficult to civilize this indigenous group, this work was commissioned to the Jesuits who realized the wealth found in the minerals of this area and taught These people techniques to extract and exploit metals. Wells has had several periods of wealth, but the day came when the minerals ran out and this Ghost Town was left for the admiration of adventurous visitors; Visit the Jesuit Furnaces, the Mine and Hacienda of the Five Lords and that of Santa Brígida, The Temple of the Lord of the Works, the Model School, the Church of San Pedro, among other places.
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  • 6 to 7 hours
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Querétaro from San Miguel de Allende
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Querétaro from San Miguel de Allende

Visit Querétaro! Wonderful city full of history, culture and modernity. Its original name means "Place of stones". Querétaro was a fundamental piece in the conspiracy for the Independence of Mexico and in 1917 it was the place where the Mexican Political Constitution was promulgated. Today we can see a city that pays homage to the past with the preservation of its buildings, keeping its streets clean and holding the UNESCO title of Cultural Heritage of Humanity and at the same time opening its wings to the future, becoming a of the best cities in the country. Come and see El Mirador, The Aqueduct, The Temple of San Francisco, De Santa Rosa Viterbo, The Convent of La Santa Cruz and De San Agustín, among other magnificent buildings.
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  • 6 to 7 hours
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$75.00
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Magical town Bernal - Vineyards from San Miguel de Allende
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Magical town Bernal - Vineyards from San Miguel de Allende

Discover La Peña de Bernal, a beautiful magical town in Mexico, which in addition to being ideal for sports and adventure lovers, is also rich in culture, this great city has a huge rock, in which millions of years ago there was a volcano who left a huge monolith as a remnant of his life in this world. This rock is the third largest in the world and was considered by the Chichimecas as a sacred place. Nowadays is visited by people from all over the world who marvel at its grandeur and splendor, its colorful narrow streets converge on the main square of this town, which lead us to a space that is frozen in time; Visit the San Sebastián Temple, Lana de la Aurora Looms, the Mask Museum, and Freixenet Vineyards. You cannot miss this cultural and wine tourism experience!
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  • 10 to 11 hours
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Glen of the Virgin from San Miguel de Allende
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Glen of the Virgin from San Miguel de Allende

Marvel at the impressive Archaeological Zone of La Cañada de la Virgen; Pre-Hispanic settlement with at least 1800 years old. Once inside this site, the Museum will provide us with its own transportation, and a knowledgeable Anthropologist and qualified Guide will accompany us. We will enjoy the beautiful journey through the surrounding hills for approximately 11 km. Also, we will be able to know about the Otomíes and Chichimecas, indigenous groups that inhabited this area. You cannot miss it!
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  • 5 to 6 hours
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$52.00
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Teotihuacan pyramids from San Miguel de Allende
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Teotihuacan pyramids from San Miguel de Allende

The Teotihuacan Pyramids were once part of a great metropolis in ancient times. Pay a visit to this UNESCO World Heritage Site on a private excursion from San Miguel de Allende and spend a day learning about Mexican history. Pay a visit to the Sun and Moon pyramids as well as the Citadel and discover how these ancient peoples created buildings dictated by cosmology.
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  • 12 to 13 hours
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$226.00
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City tour San Miguel Allende
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City tour San Miguel Allende

Get to know the best of San Miguel de Allende through a tour of its cobblestone and colorful streets that will take you to discover beautiful buildings, such as The Allende Institute, The Ignacio Ramírez “El Nigromante” Cultural Center, The Angela Peralta Theater, Ignacio House Allende, Palace of the Mayorazgo de la Canal and majestic churches such as La Purísima Concepción, The Temple of San Francisco de Asís, The Oratory of San Felipe Neri, among others, which adorn warm squares and beautiful gardens. This beautiful city formerly called Villa de San Miguel el Grande, preserves a magic that takes us back to an ostentatious past, founded in 1542 has witnessed and participated in great events that have decided the course of the history of Mexico, land of great heroes, thinkers, artists and dreamers, has managed to pass into the present century with its Otomi and Chichimec roots that enrich everyday life, and fill its festivals, festivals and traditions with mysticism.
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  • 3 to 4 hours
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$52.00
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