Known for its distinctive architecture, rich culture, and culinary masterworks, San Miguel de Allende is a city for all senses.
Have a taste for phenomenal food? The state of Guanajuato, where San Miguel is located, is the only state in the Mexico with its own gastronomic public policy. With over 200 food events happening in the last five years and a booming wine renaissance, this region has fully embraced its two centuries of culinary traditions.
Sample all the mole, gorditas, tequila, and stuffed chilis you’d like at over 350 restaurants and markets, then walk them off within the 68 blocks of historic city center.
Our hotel, Hacienda Las Amantes, is a world heritage site with incredible views and is located just blocks from the city center. This intimate, six-room hotel — formerly a convent — is nestled among SMA’s bright, Spanish colonial architecture, and perfectly matches the city’s seductive, under-the-radar vibe.
At the hotel, enjoy chef Marcela’s local, organic cuisine and the peace the emanates from the lodging’s walls — owner Gabriela Enriquez is the youngest hotelier in the city as well as a former shaman, giving the location its distinct energy and serenity.
San Miguel de Allende is the perfect spring getaway for travelers with an eye for beauty and an ear for the sweet sound of a beckoning adventure. Feast your eyes on this incredible itinerary!
A Peek at Your Week
Tuesday, April 22 - Llegar con Estilo
Airport pickup and cocktails at the hotel — what jet lag?
Authentic welcome dinner with your Sisters in a chill scene
A night in the plaza! Dress to las nueves.
Wednesday, April 23 - ¡Exploramos!
Culture spree through artisan markets, churches, museums, and galleries
Let serendipity guide you to the lunch spot of your choice
Share plates — and maybe a secret or two — over tapas and tequila
Thursday, April 24 - Cocinar con Gusto
Journey through SMA in a regional cuisine cooking class or market tour
Breathe fire into your stay with a Casa Dragones Tequila tour and tasting
Go to that cute bistro you spied on Tuesday for independent dinner
Friday, April 25 - Vino, Salud y Gracias
Tour wine routes of Guanajuato with nibbles along the way
Take the afternoon to shop, sip, and sample local bites
How do you say “over the top” in Spanish? Time for a decadent farewell dinner.
Saturday, April 26 - ¡Adios, Amigas!
Back to the airport — until next time...
San Miguel de Allende
April 22 - 26, 2019
Tuesday - Friday
Double Occupancy | Single Supplement $250
Maximum Guests: 6
2 Rooms with Double Occupancy: $3,350
2 Private Rooms: $3,600 each
Travel Sister tours are carefully planned to give you a grand time that you’ll want to last forever. Eat, drink, and see the best the city has to offer!
Pre-trip planning: conference call “meet and greet” with fellow travelers 1-2 weeks to review trip checklist and answer any questions
Airport Transfer to/from Querétaro and León
Local ground transportation: provided to and from Travel Sister activities
Accommodations: five nights in a historic boutique hotel with sweeping views of SMA
Activities: all activities described above and included in detailed itinerary
Meals: daily breakfast, plus lunch and dinners listed above
Passport or visa fees
Travel or health insurance
Local transportation outside of planned activities
Services/meals/alcohol not listed in final itinerary
All items of a personal nature
See our Terms of Service page for details on deposits, refunds, and more.
Most questions you may have about this trip can be found here or on our general FAQ’s page. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Get in touch!
Will I need to learn how to speak Spanish?
It can’t hurt, but it’s not necessary! Our hotelier and host Gabriela speaks English and most of the people we’ll meet along the way will speak English.
Will Travel Sister help me with arranging independent activities and related ground transportation?
Absolutely. Let us know your fancy and we will do our best to help you.
When do I get a full itinerary?
Please get in touch with us directly to learn the details about this trip. Once you submit your deposit, you’ll receive a full outline of the itinerary and we’ll get you scheduled for our pre-trip informational conference call for the entire group.
How much does the trip cost? Are refunds permitted?
Travels are priced based on meals, accommodations, activities, and can vary by location. See the pricing page and terms of service for all the details you need about prices, fees, deposits, and refunds.
What happens if there’s an incident on this trip? Do you provide insurance?
Our sisters in travel should read our liability waiver to have a full understanding of what every traveler is responsible for and what is/isn’t covered by Travel Sister.
Who will be my roomate? Can I get a private room?
Tour prices are based on double occupancy. If you are travelling with a companion , we will ask you to provide their name so we can place you together. If you are travelling solo we will place you with another travel sister. Alternatively, you may request your own room for a supplemental fee.
I have some dietary restrictions. Will I still be able to enjoy the culinary experiences?
We take your health and well-being very seriously. If you have any hesitations at all, please review our itinerary or get in touch and allow us to help you decide whether this is the trip for you.
Is it safe to travel to Mexico?
We understand your concern, and suggest reading the following International Travel Advisory to have the latest information on where you’ll be going, and steps you can take to help you feel confident in departing for your upcoming adventure! If it helps, San Miguel de Allende was cited by MSN Traveler as one of the top 10 safest places in Mexico.
International Travel Advisory
Traveler is responsible for ensuring they have all the proper documents for transit or entry. All names on documents must match the legal name on your photo I.D., and travel document information must match transportation tickets. Please check the State Department website at http://travel.state.gov for further information.
Immunizations may also be required. Please check the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website at http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/destinations/list
Failure to comply with any of these regulations may result in denied boarding, denied entry, and/or government-imposed fines. If you are a citizen of another country, there may be additional requirements. Check with the nearest consulate or embassy of the destination you are traveling to and find out the entry requirements for non-U.S. citizens. Finally, U.S. Citizens should register all travels with the U.S. Embassy via the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) at https://step.state.gov/step/.