Thursday/Early Friday Our Wedding is on Saturday but our welcome event, La Callejoneada, will be on Friday afternoon. Please refer to the "Itinerary " tab for more information about our events.
Yes! As a heavily trafficked tourist town, San Miguel de Allende is one of the safest towns in Mexico. Please refer to the "San Miguel De Allende " Section of our websites to review articles about safety.
Yes, you will need a passport if you're traveling by air or by land to Mexico. Passport processing times are currently at ~13 weeks so we do recommend looking into this as soon as you can. If you need info on how to apply for a passport, copy and paste the link below. https://www.usa.gov/apply-adult-passport
We're expecting guest from Washington State, California and Texas so we don't have an exact answer for this question. We've constantly monitored prices using Google Flights and have seen prices drop from DFW to Queretaro (QRO) the closer we get to November. (Its mid April as I type this). We'd recommend purchasing your flight between May-August to secure the best pricing.
Driving is possible but not recommended. Though San Miguel de Allende is safe, some states closer to the US-Mexican border tend to have travel advisories in place for tourists driving through. Flying into one of 3 recommended airports is highly recommended. If you still choose to drive, please stay up to date with tany travel advisories posted on the US Department of State website below: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/traveladvisories/traveladvisories/mexico-travel-advisory.html
Commute and Lodging will be the responsibility of the guests. Feel free to coordinate with other family members to purchase same flight details for best travel accommodations. For more information, please refer to the "Travel and Lodging" tab for links and recommendations.
Temperature highs hover around the 70s and 80s around this time of year in SMA with lows in the 50s. We recommend packing a light cardigan or jacket for the breezy nights. Since the city was never intended for cars, San Miguel is best seen on foot. Narrow alleys and cobblestone streets make walking a little difficult without the proper shoes. Make sure to pack your comfy walking shoes!