San Miguel de Allende

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San Miguel's 88-hectare botanical garden is also a wildlife and bird sanctuary...the deep canyon at the bottom boasts the eponymous freshwater spring, El Charco del Ingenio. — Lonely Planet
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Located near the east end of Insurgentes, this multitowered and domed church dates from the 18th century. The pale-pink main facade is baroque with an indigenous influence. — Lonely Planet
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Once the cloister of the adjacent Convent of the Immaculate Conception, this impressive building has been an institute for the study of music, dance, and the visual arts since 1938. — Fodor's
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This fascinating private collection of more than 500 masks provides an excellent context to the Mexican mask tradition — Lonely Planet
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— Afar Magazine
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A journey to Atotonilco is the goal of pilgrims and penitents from all over Mexico, and the starting point of an important and solemn procession two weekends before Easter. — Lonely Planet
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A path – Paseo del Chorro – zigzags down the hill to the shady Parque Benito Juárez, a lovely place to relax and meander through. — Lonely Planet
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San Miguel's heart, the plaza commonly known as El Jardín (the Garden), is where much of the town's action takes place, from live music to dance presentations and fireworks on special occasions. — Fodor's
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