• Day of the Dead in Hidden San Miguel
    Very limited space! Book now!
    Price of the tour is $1700 pesos per person.
    Tour includes: Tour guide, Transportation, Meal,
    Not included: Tips and personal expenses
  • August group tours offer by Follow me tours!
    Our calendar for August group tours has been updated, please take notes


    For reservations email or call land line 4151213300
  • City tour by Follow me tours
    Ongoing tour, please notice:

    Starting time is now 10:00am
    Meeting point is now Starbucks cafe Infront of Casa Canal
    Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
  • Semana Santa / Holy Week Events
    It's today!!! It's today!!!

    Hello everyone!!! Hope you are doing great, probably shared the Domingo de Ramos yesterday and ready for the beginning of the Easter break in México.

    Today we have our first event, a lecture titled "The Color of the Passion". 3:30 PM at Quinta Loreto TV Room.

    Have a wonderful week everyone!!!!
  • Tours in surrounding areas leaving from San Miguel de Allende
    Thid week tours with Follow me tours, further information at or call 4151213300

  • Lectures Cicle about the Virgin of Guadalupe on zoom
    San Miguel de Allende, the town of the one hundred and one Virgins of Guadalupe.

    Tuesday, December 8th, 5pm
    101 virgins
    Zoom lecture
    Cost: $120 pesos
    Register at or call 4151194402

    An ordinary walk by the streets of San Miguel will reveal to us the deep and strong devotion sanmiguelenses have for “Virgen de Guadalupe” the lady of Tepeyac, The brunette virgin, the mother, the Tonantzin as she´s called.

    The same happens when we drive by the countryside of town, going to the market or any other place, everywhere are guadalupanas.

    The presence of the cult for Lady of Guadalupe can be traced since the earliest days of San Miguel´s history, there are churches built in her honor all over the town, especially the church of Santo Domingo. Built in 1770s located on the top of street which has one of the most impressive and baroque paintings of “la Guadalupana”.

    Also the church of Santa Ana and Fabrica la Aurora are witnesses of this deep-rooted devotion.

    Very important to remark the Sanctuary of Mexiquito, an orphanage established by Padre Mojica in the 1960s that still works nowadays, providing family & shelter for the homeless San Miguel´s children.

    On this virtual lecture, Professor Jesus Rodriguez is going to take us on a tour of one hundred and one of these representations from those made during the colonial period to the new urban art murals spread all over the town.

    He´s going to share with us as a native person his personal experiences through popular festivities and traditions around this date, maybe the most celebrated "fiesta" in San Miguel.

    There is not a neighborhood, ranch, or community that hasn´t a chapel, shrine, or church dedicated to the Lady of el Tepeyac with a big fiesta with fireworks, traditional dancers and processions every early December as well as there isn't a traditional local catholic family without a Lupita among its members (Lupita is the Nickname for Guadalupe).

    Don´t miss this zoom talk next December 8th and be part with the locals of the big festivity for Lady of Guadalupe.
  • Mexican Revolution Talks by Zoom
    To join zoom lecture:

    Please send us an email to or call 4151194402 and we will let you know the process for accessing the meeting.

    Lecture has a cost of $6 usd

    Emma Salazar


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