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Book San Miguel de Allende today for a sweetheart of an adventure - February 13-19, 2017

imagesBeautiful San Miguel is noted for its rich cultural and artistic history focusing on silver, textiles and folk art. Highlights of our upcoming tour next February include a visit to a collector’s home and garden filled with sculpture and fabulous Mexican art, as well as a quirky artist’s retreat for a look at some special ongoing mosaic projects.

In addition to touring lush private landscapes—including one that’s home to a Mask Museum and a charming courtyard garden—we’ll have the opportunity to visit El Charco del Igenio, a botanical garden and outstanding nature preserve. Dolores Hidalgo, a historic city known for its Talavera pottery (as well as it’s offering of hundreds of varieties of ice cream!) is another feature on our tour.

Hands-on cooking class with cookbook author and restaurateur Kris Rudolph.

Hands-on cooking class with cookbook author and restaurateur Kris Rudolph.

Special meals include lunch, or “la comida,” at The Restaurant, San Miguel’s world-renown eatery, an evening with music and dinner at Mi Casa, a fun cooking class with dinner and margaritas at cookbook author and restaurateur Kris Rudolph, and a farewell lunch at Nirvana, a countryside garden restaurant noted for its farm-to-table cuisine.

Our San Miguel tour will be escorted by Cheryl and Robert Nichols. For more information please visit the San Miguel de Allende tour page at sterling tours, ltd.

San Miguel de Allende Photo: Russ Bowling CC Wikimedia

San Miguel de Allende Photo: Russ Bowling CC Wikimedia