San Miguel de Allende is one of our favorite colonial cities in central Mexico. We stayed at three new hideaways but only one made the cut.
Puebla has much to offer visitors: It is pedestrian-friendly, well-preserved and full of churches, museums and bars -- and now it has two luxury hotels.
We ate well in Puebla, which has a deep culinary heritage and is known for its mole poblano. Here are four restaurants we particularly enjoyed.
We've long recommended two hotels in San Miguel, but a number of hideaways have recently opened in renovated colonial-era buildings. We booked a stay at three.
Because of the influx of wealthy tourists, both foreign and domestic, San Miguel de Allende has an abundance of fine restaurants. Here are seven worth visiting.
The state of Guanajuato doesn't have much of a fine winemaking tradition, but traditions have to start sometime. Cuna de Tierra Winery proves that time is now.
One of the great pleasures of visiting San Miguel de Allende is strolling between galleries and boutiques. The city has plenty of both. Here are the best.
Fans of San Miguel's colonial architecture, fine restaurants and mild climate will find much to love about Puebla. Founded in 1531, it feels much less touristy.