Best Time To Visit
People who travel to San Miguel de Allende love it for its seemingly eternal spring. Winter is high season, with clear days and chilly nights; summer is rainy season, with green hills and mild temperatures; fall is fiesta season, boasting tourists, parades, and fireworks. There’s no bad time to go.
You can walk everywhere in the Centro as long as you watch your step on the cobblestones. Otherwise, the public buses are cheap (30 cents) and taxis ($1.50 – $2.50) are ubiquitous—notable, since the hills are steep.
May is the hottest month, with an average high of 87°F (30°C). January is the coldest month, with an average high of 73°F (23°C).
Good walking shoes are essential, a rental car isn’t. Use any Spanish you have—people are very willing to try to understand you.
Type A two-prong plug or Type B three-prong plug
San Miguel de Allende’s Visitor & Relocation Guide | San Miguel de Allende, Mexico