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Find the perfect “Rosca de Reyes” in San Miguel de Allende

This January 6 in various Spanish-speaking countries we celebrate Three Kings Day. This tradition commemorates the visit of the kings from the East to Bethlehem to worship the Child Jesus. Just as Melchior, Gaspar and Baltasar visited the manger to bring gifts such as gold, incense and myrrh to the child that had just been born, millions of children in different parts of the world eagerly await the arrival...

Holiday Season in San Miguel de Allende

December came to San Miguel de Allende with an aura of hope and joy. Christmas sneaks into public spaces, revealing its colors and charm. Hundreds of poinsettias frame the city and its temples, staining our Main Garden and its surroundings in carmine red. The sky breaks in sparkles, in tiny lights that create constellations that adorn the corridors of Correo, Corregidora, Diez de Sollano, Cuna de Allende...

When death fills the city with life: Day of the Dead in San Miguel de Allende

That season in which San Miguel de Allende dresses with marigolds has arrived. The public and private corners are adorned with seeds and flowers, ready to welcome those who have left. The strips of papel picado paint the sky with colors and trace the paths that our deceased will follow back home. The entire city becomes a living offering that reflects the culture, traditions and the joy that, as Mexicans,...

This is how Mexico is celebrated in San Miguel de Allende

In this national month the heart of San Miguel de Allende beats stronger than ever. The entire city is dressed in green, white and red evoking the maxims of hope, unity and heroism that color our nation. The intermittent sounds of the band and the ringing of the bells of the San Miguel Arcangel Parrish remind us of the sound of freedom. The flags can be seen from the balconies, while shields with our eagle...

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