El Centro

Is one of the oldest neighborhoods in San Miguel Allende. Its colorful streets make it very special and it is world-renowned. People who prefer to live there enjoy walking and are lovers of colonial architecture. Most of the houses around the Jardin Principal, have been carefully renovated but maintain the classic and chic style of San Miguel. Only some houses have a garden, however most have beautiful terraces where you can admire their spectacular sunsets.

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Los Balcones

Is a quiet residential neighborhood in the upper part of San Miguel, which makes its panoramic views especially beautiful. There is access to the Botanical Garden, for residents who want to be members. This neighborhood, like others, maintains a perfect mix between the contemporary style and the colonial architecture of San Miguel Allende. It is a perfect neighborhood for those seeking tranquility, but only about 15 minutes from the center.

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San Antonio
Is a very well located neighborhood since it connects several points of San Miguel. In the last two decades, it has been renovated and the new neighbors give proof of that. Its streets have some local shops, cafes, galleries. This neighborhood is home to the "San Miguel Open Studios" in March with more than 40 artists living and working in it. San Antonio has many nice homes and others that are great opportunities to buy and remodel.

 

Ojo de Agua
IA quiet and lovely neighborhood, walking distance to the center of town The houses in Ojo de Agua are characterized by having beautiful views of San Miguel's majestic "centro". The talent of the best architects in San Miguel have contributed to the houses in this neighborhood, having some contemporary touches but maintaining their colonial style.

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Guadalupe

Is a mixed neighborhood. Both its inhabitants and its houses are a sample of this diversity. Among its shops, schools, and houses, more than 40 urban murals stand out in its streets. It is no coincidence that its short distance to the La Aurora Factory, (SMA's cultural center, home to galleries, art studios, furniture stores, and restaurants) makes the Guadalupe neighborhood very attractive to many artists. It is a place where you do not lose contact with the local people and you do not lose contact with foreigners who love the folklore of Mexico.

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Atascadero 

Is a quiet residential neighborhood away from the hubbub of downtown San Miguel. The style of the houses is eclectic and different architectural styles can be found. The Botanical Garden or Cante, as its locals call it, is here and is a beautiful place to walk, exercise, or take a simple stroll. The driving distance from here to Plaza la Luciérnaga, where you will find shops, a cinema, a supermarket and other services is 5-10 minutes driving. It also has easy access to the Querétero highway.

Guadiana

Is a neighborhood that emerged in the late 80's, it has remained quiet and familiar, ever since. Its proximity to the historic center makes it a highly quoted neighborhood. Most of the houses in Guadiana have incredible views and large gardens with swimming pools. It is just a few minutes walk from the center and the exit to Celaya.

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