Cozy home in Spanish Colonial Mexican UNESCO town

Cozy home in Spanish Colonial Mexican UNESCO town

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms

About our home

This is a nicely designed home wonderfully located to enjoy all of the amenities of San Miguel de Allende. It is a 20 minute walk to the historical center and has easy road access to the outskirts of San Miguel if you are planning activities outside of the city. There are two bedrooms , two bathrooms, and an indoor outdoor living room.

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More about us

  1. I work in international education and this has allowed me to travel a lot in the last decade.

  2. I am new to home swap but have had a my house on airbnb for a year.

  3. I love design and architecture and have built five of my own homes.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
Lima - Cocina Peruana, Restaurante del Parque, Inside Cafe
Cool bars
La Mezcaleria, Mama Mia,Berlin Bar and Bistro, Luna Rooftop Tapas Bar
Cozy cafés
Mercado SANO, Restaurante del Parque, . Juan's Cafe, . Ki'bok Coffee SMA
Retail therapy
San Miguel is know for its retail therapy. You will find unique high end crafted items.
Bit of culture
San Miguel de allende with its gorgeous colonial architecture and enchanting cobblestone streets, was named the American Culture Capital for 2019 by the International Bureau of Cultural Capitals. Mexico is now the country with the most cultural capitals since the honor was instituted in 1998. The International Bureau of Cultural Capitals will provide San Miguel de Allende with worldwide marketing through the broadcast of eight thousand television commercial spots in 45 countries around the world, an advertising expense of $2 million dollars, according to the NGO. This well-deserved accolade celebrates San Miguel de Allende’s many charms. The year-round spring-like climate makes for days of roaming streets lined with superb restaurants and galleries featuring Mexico’s incredible artesanias (handicrafts). The city was also named a Unesco World Heritage site in 2008 specifically for its architecture, but also for its role in the process of Mexican Independence. The city’s architectureSan Miguel de Allende represents an evolution of styles from Baroque to late 19-century Neo-Gothic. The Sanctuario de Atotonilco is a particularly amazing example of Mexican Baroque, Unesco says. The murals, in particular, earning the sanctuary the title of Mexico’s Sistine Chapel. But other drawcards of San Miguel de Allende also contribute to its continued recognition as one of the world’s best cities. A smattering of creative chefs San up a number of delectable restaurants ranging from contemporary Mexican cuisine, like Nomada, to Peruvian delicacies like La Parada. While regular festivals, fireworks and parades provide endless chances to get swept up in cultural activities. The San Miguel Arcángel celebrates the town’s chief patron saint by creating an artificial dawn using thousands of fireworks and an all-night party.
Walks in the park
If walking in a park is for you then, you must check out the Botanical Gardens or Park Juarez , two of the most popular parks in San Migue
Day tripping
Day trips around San Miguel are pretty awesome. There are wineries, pyramids, silver mines, four wheeling, horseback riding, zip lining.........................

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