City of San Miguel and Sanctuary of Atotonilco. Cultural heritage site. Unesco 2008
San Miguel de Allende is a colonial town with a special atmosphere. This city was founded in the 16th. Century, and was a very important step city in the road to the mining towns of Guanajuato and Zacatecas.
It was declared in 2008 as World Heritage Site by UNESCO along with the town of Atotonilco, which has a church known as the Sistine Chapel of Mexico due to the marvelous murals that has inside.
The town of Dolores Hidalgo is consedered as the place where the Mexican War of Independence started in 1810.
-Town of Dolores Hidalgo. Church of Los Dolores and Museum House of Hidalgo.
-Shrine of Atotonico.
-San Miguel de Allende. Parroquia of San Miguel, El Chorro park, Juarez park, church and former convent of La Concepcion, House of La Canal, Church of San Francisco, craft market.
Note: If you want a customized tour please let me know and I'll set it up.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I will pick you up at your hotel in the city of Queretaro or San Miguel de Allende. If the meeting location is in Queretaro we must consider 1:30 extra hours to go and come back from San Miguel.
End location: I will leave you at the same place where we started.
Duration: 8 hours
The car is a sedan 2014 or newer with air conditioning, clean and in excellent condition. Note: If you want a tour for more than 3 people please let me know and I'll set it up.
Vehicle, gas, parking, my guiding and driving services.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
200 Pesos - For food and drinks.
Food and drinks at the restaurant.
My tour guide credential allows me to guide all over the country.
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We toured with Aaron in both Guanajuato - Dolores-Hidalgo and then in San Miguel Allende. Two days of private tours. Two distinctly different, terrific and memorable days. Aaron was most knowledgeable, accommodating and gracious. He was able to adjust our tour and build around it in order to check off our additional wishlist items - such as stopping at the Gallery of Atotonilco, as well as the shrine. In short - thanks to Aaron, our trip was wonderful and we highly recommend his services!