Begin the new year in San Miguel!

At Casa 1810 we want you to start the new year surrounded by prosperity and sophistication, and what better than San Miguel de Allende as the perfect setting! Live according to the authentic local style staying in this fabulous Boutique Hotel. Casa 1810 has an incomparable neoclassical architecture and it is located in the center…

Holy Kings Ring

In Mexico, a tradition that is deeply rooted in people’s customs is the sharing of the delicious Kings Ring Cake or “Rosca de Reyes” every January 6. Usually, it is accompanied by hot chocolate and the enthusiasm of the youngsters in the family, who have secretly received gifts during the night, and they cannot wait…

Happy 2020 from San Miguel!

Receive the new year in San Miguel de Allende, one of the top favorite places of tourists in the world to visit in Mexico!   For the eclectic mix of times and styles that characterizes its architecture, for its extensive gastronomic offer, its high-quality tourist services, its mild climate, its inhabitants evoked to art and…

Christmas in San Miguel de Allende

This world heritage city is one of the best places in the world to celebrate Christmas, along with destinations such as Canada, the beauty of San Miguel during December will surely impress you.   The spirit of the Christmas holidays is breathed in every corner, from the beginning of the month lighting the Christmas tree…

Happy Thanksgiving!

Do you know what it is and why Thanksgiving is celebrated? Thanksgiving is one of the most important traditions for Americans. It is normally celebrated on the last Thursday of November.     In appearance, it is just another celebration of the fall harvest, however, the American tradition is especially symbolic. This one has its…

It is Mexican Revolution Day!

This November 20 we commemorate 109 years since the beginning of the Mexican Revolution. Visit San Miguel de Allende and be part of this Patriotic Celebration in honor of freedom.   The consolidation of the Mexican Republic has been a long and violent process that has transformed the territory and society for centuries. The period…

Catrinas Parade in San Miguel de Allende

This November 1th be part of one of the largest and most colorful parties that takes place in San Miguel de Allende. Every year on November 1th, Mexico celebrates the Day of the Dead, a millenary tradition that combines cultural elements both Catholic and pre-Hispanic. The Day of the Dead in San Miguel de Allende…

September 15th in Trazo 1810

On September 15 we celebrated the anniversary of Mexican independence in Trazo 1810, with “Sabor Callejero”, a masterful event in which the night fireworks, mariachi and popular music, along with a family atmosphere worked together to complete a culinary experience that surprised and exceeded the expectations of the attendees. This special occasion was the reason…