Contact and Directions

Reservations

Christina E. Ruckel

Air Transportation

(BJX) Del Bajio Airport, Leon/Guanajuato

The Leon airport is about an hour and fifteen minutes from San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. It is by far the most used for people traveling to San Miguel. However, people flying from the northern US or Canada often find cheaper fares flying into Mexico City. There are several flights a day on various airlines and international customs (Aduana) services. Most major rental car companies are on the grounds of the airport. There are also taxis, group shuttles, and private shuttles available. Shuttle services and private drivers should be booked in advance.

(MEX) Juarez Intl, Mexico City, MX

The Mexico City airport is about three and a half hours from San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. There are numerous flights a day on various airlines and international customs (Aduana) services. Most major rental car companies are on the grounds of the airport. There are also taxis, group shuttles, and private shuttles available. Shuttle services and private drivers should be booked in advance.

(QRO) Queretaro Airport, MX

The Queretaro airport is about an hour away from San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. There are several flights a day on various airlines and international customs (Aduana) services. Most major rental car companies are on the grounds of the airport. There are also taxis, group shuttles, and private shuttles available. Shuttle services and private drivers should be booked in advance.

Ground Transportation

By Bus

You can travel to San Miguel on a luxury bus from Mexico City - the trip takes around 4 hours and departs from Mexico City's northern bus terminal. If you don't want to travel across Mexico City from the airport to the bus terminal, you can board a bus from Mexico City's airport to Queretaro, where you can change and board a second bus to San Miguel.

By Car

Driving to San Miguel is very fast and efficient with the roads and toll roads that connect the region.

Car Rental

To explore Mexico's colonial towns and cities, consider renting a car for your visit. Having your own car will give you more flexibility than using public transport options and, in some cases, offer you access to places which are otherwise difficult to visit without the use of it. You’ll feel a world away from everything when you escape to the highlands of central Mexico for innovative restaurants, traditions, art, hospitality, centuries-old history, and stunning architecture.

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Casa de los Chiqueados

Casa Maggie and Casa Max

From Our Guestbook

We spent the month of February 2015 in Diamante, the 2 BR, 2 BA penthouse with private roof deck w/ gas barbecue. We loved it and tried to rent it for next year but it's already taken. We know San Miguel well, having visited for 45 years; built two homes; and lived here for 10 years. Now, we spend a few weeks or a month in a rental. We don't need the responsibility of ownership. We like this location! San Miguel is a walking town, and at 6500' elevation, takes some acclimatization when you arrive. However taxis are plentiful (unless it's raining) and inexpensive.

There are six units in Casa de Los Chiqueados, three studio apartments; one, one bedroom, and two, two bedroom units. We have only stayed in one, but have viewed all. The attention to detail by the owner is unsurpassed. Christina has put her heart and soul into this project and it shows in the art and general decor. The kitchen is beautifully equipped with quality pots and pans and sharp knives.

I would not recommend it for children, but for active adults, it's a great choice for a second honeymoon.

— Thomas M

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