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Discover the wonders of San Miguel de Allende cuisine on this 3-hour food walking tour, top-rated by TripAdvisor reviewers. Soak up rich culinary history and traditions as you explore family-owned restaurants and other eateries, and sample delicious churros, chocolate, mole, ceviche and more. Admire the city’s Spanish baroque architecture and learn about the local history along the way. Numbers are limited to eight foodies on this small-group tour, ensuring a more personalized experience.
Savor the culinary delights of San Miguel de Allende on this 3-hour nighttime food walking tour. An in-the-know guide takes you to seven memorable stops, where you'll taste succulent fare such as mesquite beet salad, chile en nogada, a jicama shrimp taco and finish with desert. Between bites, learn about the city's beautiful architecture and Mexican traditions. This small-group tour is limited to just ten people, ensuring a more memorable experience. Guests may also enhance their tastings with an upgrade to include two wine pairings.
Ideal for those who wish to combine culture and cuisine, this taco and tequila tour of San Miguel de Allende promises an enriching cultural experience. Alongside a gastronomic guide, you’ll taste Mexican culinary classics at seven rustic locations and sample three innovative cocktails. Sip a jalapeño margarita made by an award-winning mixologist, feast on a gourmet beef taco, and enrich your knowledge of Mexican food culture along the way. Small-group tour limited to 10 people.
As I (Albert Coffee) guide you through this magical place, where I had the privilege of participating during the 2004 excavation field season, I'll share what I have gleaned through personal hands-on experience and years of study about ancient Mesoamerica, the legends & wisdom of local people. I am a graduate of Louisiana State University and a federally licensed tour guide. This special tour includes years of documented legends, wisdom & memories of the elders of the ranch communities on and around the historic location. You will hear about each place and its cultural significance as you journey along the path the ancients took to reach the pyramid.I have taken over 20,000 people on tours since the site opened to the public in 2011. My passion is relating in an enjoyable way information that is just coming to light in an area very recently investigated. I hope to see you soon. This is "a must do while you’re here…!" "An experience that can’t be missed." "Don’t get left behind."
We are going to have a great time exploring Queretaro's downtown, a much beloved neighborhood rich with history and culinary delights, on this two/two and a half hour walk and eating adventure! We will make five to six stops at some of our favorite eateries and watering holes. You will have the opportunity to explore the best of Querétaro's casual food scene, sampling a variety of traditional and speciality tacos, tamales, gorditas, and more! This walk also includes a gourmet margarita, or tequila sampling at an authentic cantina, and the chance to enjoy a one of a kind local, craft beer or michelada. You will meet our beloved vendors and discover for yourselves why we adore them, and their food! You will experience cooking demonstrations, have the opportunity to ask questions, learn about the ingredients and history of the cuisine they prepare, and you will eat, eat, eat!
Uncover the ancient mysteries of Cañada de la Virgen on a full-day tour of the archeological site from San Miguel de Allende. Alongside an expert guide, embark on a guided tour of the archaic complex and gain fascinating insight into the culture of the Otomi people and the Bajio region. Explore the site of Cañada de la Virgen at a leisurely pace and marvel at a colossal temple and archaic ruins that date back to 1050 AD. Enjoy the convenience of round-trip transportation from San Miguel de Allende on this tour as well as an included lunch.
Visit the beautiful town of Dolores Hidalgo, cradle of Mexico’s Independence movement. See it’s magnificent church, it’s museums, local crafts and taste their delicious hand made ice cream flavors. After that, we’ll see the incredible paintings at the Atotonilco Sanctuary, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Explore Cañada de la Virgen, the only archaeological site in San Miguel de Allende, on this private half-day guided tour. Learn about its ancient inhabitants and hear the different theories about their lifestyle and demise. Plus learn about the significance of the layout of the buildings in relation to astronomy. A Mexican lunch is included.
Visit the 400-year-old mine Mineral de Pozos on a private full-day tour from San Miguel de Allende. Your guide shows you parts of the abandoned mine including a mine shaft (optional) and several structures, and shares details about the colonial period and mining in Mexico. Afterward, check out Lavender Ranch, have lunch at a Mexican restaurant, and walk around the central square before returning to San Miguel.
Explore the Corregidora area around Queretaro during a half-day mountain bike tour led by a local guide—a great choice for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. You'll ride along scenic trails through forested areas and river beds. A mountain bike and helmet are provided, so you can enjoy your tour worry-free. Plus, choose from morning or afternoon departures to easily fit this tour into your schedule.
We will leave Centro for about a 30 minute drive to one of my favorite prehispanic restaurants. On the way you will see the beautiful countryside surrounding San Miguel de Allende with its majestic vistas. Upon arrival I will guide you into the restaurant where you will experience an authentic ancestral Mexican meal accompanied by Pulque, the millenary drink made from the fermentation of the juice inside the agave . The food is made from local ingredients that have been used by the natives for hundreds of years, prior to the arrival of the Spanish. Food made by local people who know how to mix all these ingredients to make a delicious and authentic meal. Your palate will experience a flavor explosion as you try the handmade tortillas with an ancestral family stamp printed on it by means of a dye from a flower.. An amazing foodie experience with cuisine so authentic you'll think you've been transported back in time. A restaurant where the menu changes according to the season.