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San Miguel de Allende

Experience Mexico!

Oct.28-Nov.4 (Day of the Dead)
January 20-27
February 17-24
March 24-31 (Holy Week)

Delicious Expeditions would like to introduce you to colonial Mexico, with its charm and elegance, colorful culture, and delicious and varied cuisine. Delve into the country's rich heritage with hands-on Mexican cooking classes, day trips to fascinating areas, and a feast of local and regional foods. 

 

 

San Miguel de Allende, a historic treasure in the mountains of central Mexico, stands still in time with its pastel-colored houses, centuries-old churches, and cobblestone streets. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, rated by Condé Nast Traveler as the best city in the world to live, San Miguel offers a laid-back escape full of delicious experiences.

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Experience San Miguel


$1950 per person, double occupancy

$450--Single Supplement

Bring a friend or spouse:
Non-cooking companion--$1500

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Our San Miguel tour includes 7 nights accommodations at a private villa, all ground transportation after arriving in San Miguel, all group activities, Mexican cooking classes, and all meals specified in the itinerary.

A $1000 deposit is required to secure your place in our San Miguel tour. Since the number of participants is limited and accommodations vary, early registration is advised.

San Miguel

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A delicious expedition   ¡Bienvenidos! san Miguel

Arrive to San Miguel, enjoying the rugged countryside that is typical of Mexico's central highlands along the way. In the evening, we'll gather for introductions and cocktails before heading to dinner at Quince, a restaurant that showcases modern Mexican cuisine in a lovely rooftop setting.

See San Miguel photo gallery

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day 2   Discovering a Colonial Gem

Enjoy a walking tour of San Miguel, known as "The Cradle of Independence" for the important role it played in Mexico's independence from Spain. We'll visit colonial churches, wander past 400-year old homes and get a feel for how San Miguel manages to be both a vibrant contemporary town as well as a true colonial gem. After breaking for churros and hot chocolate, we’ll head to the market to peruse the stalls piled high with tropical fruits, fresh vegetables, chiles, herbs and flowers. Then delve into the secrets of the traditional Mexican kitchen, including homemade tortillas, with a cooking class and late lunch. Free evening.

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day 2   Ceramics & Chile Rellenos

Visit the ceramics workshops of Dolores Hidalgo, watching as artists mold and paint their creations, before lunch at Vicente's. Indulge in their famed carnitas and gorditas with a array of flavorful salsas. We'll sample exotic ice creams in the main square: avocado, tequila, beer. Late afternoon cooking class featuring Chiles Rellenos, including the country's national dish— Chiles en Nogada.

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day 4   The pre-Hispanic World & Wine Tasting

Discover the pre-Hispanic world of central Mexico with a guided tour of Cañada de la Virgen, our local pyramids, followed by lunch and a wine tasting at one of San Miguel’s new wineries. Free evening to wander the charming cobblestone streets and discover San Miguel’s vibrant restaurant scene.

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day 5   Guanajuato & the Silver Rush

Today, we’re off to Guanajuato, an historic jewel one hour from San Miguel. This colonial town features underground tunnels, colorful shops and houses climbing up the steep hillsides. We’ll lunch on specialties from the Bajio region. Free evening.

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day 6   Folk Art & Moles

Visit Galeria Atotonilco, famous for its folk art as well as Casa Rana, a nearby artist’s home, made of mosaics. Late afternoon cooking class featuring moles. We’ll learn how to make the traditional black mole, as well as green mole, and then incorporate them into a fabulous dinner, starting with tortilla soup.

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day 7   Mask Museum & Mexico’s Haute Cuisine

Free morning to enjoy San Miguel--schedule a massage or take care of any last minute shopping. Cocktails and a guided tour of San Miguel's renown mask museum. Our farewell dinner will be at the chef's table of Aperi with owner Matteo Salas, one of Mexico's top chefs.

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day 8   Buen Viaje!

After breakfast, return to your airport of choice or another destination in Mexico.

 

*Itinerary subject to change depending on local festivals and concerts.

**In addition to the above, the Day of the Dead itinerary features a visit to a local cemetery, as well as neighborhood alters, to celebrate the holiday festivities.