San Miguel de Allende, a colonial-era city in Mexico’s central highlands, is known for its baroque Spanish architecture, thriving arts scene and 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, El Jardín.
Considered a Mexican heritage site, Dolores Hidalgo was the birthplace of independence, a patriotic and symbolic feat in our country’s history. Discover Jardin Independencia (Independence Garden) and the mythical Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de los Dolores, where priest and national hero Miguel Hidalgo began the fight for freedom.
Guanajuato is a central Mexican state known as the birthplace of the country’s independence. Its namesake capital is home to the Alhóndiga de Granaditas granary, where the first battle with 19th-century Spain was fought. The former mining town is also famous for its hilly, cobbled alleys lined with colonial architecture and picturesque garden plazas.
Mineral de Pozos
Mineral de Pozos was abandoned twice since the time of its foundation and was known as a ghost town. It is once again being inhabited by people from all over Mexico as well as the descendents of former miners who come to rescue its old houses, plazas, and streets. The surrounding area harbors centuries-old mines […]