Sprawling Ranch Offers Wine-Making Potential Along Mexico’s Golden Corridor

The colonial Mexico city of Dolores Hidalgo holds special significance in its history as the birthplace of its national independence from Spain.

Today, the small yet vibrant setting in north-central Mexico is a cultural delight with winding cobblestone streets lined with shops and vendor stalls offering beautiful Talavera pottery, a heritage style that originated during the Colonial period, locally-made ice cream and other treats. Due to its proximity to San Miguel de Allende’s historic core, about a 30-minute drive, large parcels outside the small town have become in demand among commercial growers and horse breeders.

What You Need To Know About Selling A Home In San Miguel De Allende, Mexico

It’s a seller’s market worldwide, especially in highly desirable locations for families, expats and retirees such as San Miguel de Allende. This historic town in central Mexico is incredibly attractive place to live (it was recently crowned the best city in the world). With wonderful weather, a rich history, and a beautiful landscape, it’s easy to understand why San Miguel is such a great place for a primary residence, vacation home, or even to purchase an investment property.

The Day Of The Dead Celebrated Clase Azul Style

The Day of the Dead—Día de Muertos in Spanish- is undeniably one of the biggest holidays in Mexico. It’s a fiesta that starts on November 1st this year and goes through the 2nd and honors the memories of our friends and family who are no longer physically with us but still alive in spirit.

Four Unique Homes That Charm With Rustic Details

What makes a home charmingly rustic? Sometimes there isn’t a specific descriptive feature that makes it rustic, sometimes it’s an essence. Whether it’s the vintage terracotta, century-old bricks or pre-modernism architecture, here are four homes that visibly charm in their own way.

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