San Miguel de Allende: The Best Small City in the World


Described as a center for artists, with colonial streets and impressive architecture that stands out for its cathedral, this Mexican city is recognized in the world.

The Readers Choice Awards, held annually by Condé Nast Traveler, named San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, as The Best Small City in the World for 2021. The city was chosen by more than 715 thousand readers, who voted for their experiences of favorite trip around the world.

In the ranking of the 10 best small cities in the world for 2021, they accompany San Miguel de Allende, Chiang Mai in Thailand, which came in second place, followed by another Mexican destination, Mérida, Yucatán. Monte Carlo, Monaco in fourth and Valletta, Malta in fifth. The rest of the recognized places on the list are Salzburg, Austria, Siena, Italy, Victoria, Canada, Florence, Italy, and Edinburgh in Scotland.

City to invest

San Miguel is a city declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO (2008). It is admired for its Spanish Baroque architecture, flourishing arts scene, and cultural festivals, and is a favorite of American and Canadian expats, tourists who constantly rent luxurious properties to stay in this destination.

The design of the residence allows for panoramic views of the city from almost any area of ​​the house. (Agave Sotheby’s International Realty)

Considered one of the best tourist destinations in the world, San Miguel de Allende is the ideal place to purchase a property like this extraordinary modern masterpiece that boasts fantastic views.

This modern-style residence is just minutes from the Historic Center. (Agave Sotheby’s International Realty)

The property for sale features two fully furnished houses on a private 970 square meter lot. Features include a panoramic deck with Jacuzzi, polished marble floors, a professional kitchen with stainless steel appliances, two fireplaces, a home office gym, and extensive garden areas.

The panoramic terrace has all the comforts to spend a day outdoors. (Agave Sotheby’s International Realty)

The first Mexican destination Safe Travel

San Miguel began its reopening process on July 15, after a four-month closure due to the pandemic. With more than 200,000 residents, San Miguel has reported one of the lowest numbers of COVID-19 cases in Mexico. This is the result of strict health policies, and its local Health First certification, which was launched on May 25 and was reinforced with certification with the WTTC Safe Travels seal on July 2.

San Miguel de Allende is not only recognized for its tourist aspects, but it also offers an exclusive luxury real estate offer. Investments that guarantee capital gains, thanks to its growing demand by foreign tourists.


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