Ready to go on your honeymoon…… but want to go some place different? A place you don’t usually see on your Instagram time line?  San Miguel de Allende is the perfect location for you, located in Central Mexico on top of a volcano, this charming city has been voted best city in the world for the past two years!

 Walk the cobble stone streets; take a private walking tour to learn the history of the city. Stop in the famous central plaza and buy one of fabulous handmade flower crowns.  Continue to explore the amazing art galleries in the area and then end your day with a reservation at one of the many 5 star restaurants.

 You will fall in love with the vibrant colors of the buildings and stunning architecture. Take a trip to one of the nearby wineries and relax with your spouse in the vineyard. If you are up for a real adventure take in a traditional bull riding show! San Miguel de Allende has the right mix of charm and adventure for the perfect honeymoon gets away.

 I recommend staying at Dos Casas Hotel. It is a wonderful 5 star hotel right in the heart of San Miguel that offers a free room upgrade and it is home to one of the top 3 restaurants in the city, Aperi! The fresh food and unique menu is not to be missed. Lastly end your day with a couples massage. Trust me this 90-minute massage will have you already booking your next trip.

Things to Do:

Site Seeing

  • Hot Springs – La Gruta
  • Wineries – Hacienda San Jose Lavista ,  Cuna De Tierra
  • Toy Museum – La Esquina Toy Museum
  • Casa Dragones Tasting  – World’s tiniest tequila bar
  • La Parroquia – World famous church of San Miguel de Allende
  • Doce 18  – Concept House – Upscale shopping and trendy food court
  • Hot air balloon ride

Top Venues

  • Atrio Restaurant
  • Aperi Restaurant
  • Casa Nostra Restaurant Terrace Bar
  • Cuna De Tierra
  • Zumo
  • Quince

Night Life

  • El Grito Night Club


  1. Andrea Weiss Reply

    Hello Nicole!
    We met at Nickie’s business launch event at that cigar place uptown a few months back. You planted a seed when you spoke about San Miguel de Allende and I am considering heading there in the next month! I was wondering; where did you fly into and how did you get from the airport to downtown accommodations?

    • admin Reply

      Hi Andrea,

      So sorry for the very late reply!!! I flew to to Houston airport and then caught a flight to Queretero airport and we took an uber from the airport to San Miguel. The drive was pretty long but not expensive.

      Many thanks!

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