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All reviews beautiful church san miguel lit up at night amazing architecture pink stone focal point the main square the main attraction old church the heart of the city people watching walking tour bells jardin landmark gothic neo
The most splendid of the many splendid churches in San Miguel de Allende. It is an unusual, but attractive and engaging, combination of Gothic and Baroque styles, and it is perfectly located facing the main plaza. I happened to witness a wedding service there one...More
WIth lights always trained on the spires of La Parroquia at night, a sense of fairyland pervades. Families mill around, as well as lovers and the usual turistas. You'll find women and men selling artifacts, jewelry, food, kids playing with rocket size balloons, locals, ex-pats,...More
We had the opportunity to spend dia de los muertos here. An amazing experience. Beautiful view of the church in the plaza. Great for kids and families. Not big if you are into the party scene. I heard the one in Mexico City is wild....More
San Miguel de Allende...it is like some place out México... just for fancy people!! :( .. Don't get me wrong it is nice place, but too plastic.. too many foreign people living there, they turn to a piece of their countries .. Almost nothing left...More
PV locals, ex-pats, avid travelers - Does anyone know of a charming colonial church in Puerto Vallarta or surrounding region that rents out their facility. We are not Catholic, we would like to use our own officiant (Protestant), and plan to get married Feb 15, 2014. Thoughts on Parroquia de San Miguel - Arcangel? New Dawn Christian Center? Any help on this would be greatly appreciated!!! Thanks.
June 08, 2013|
what?protestant and A CATHOLIC CHURCH/ the church weddings in mexico are not legal as the participants have to go through a civil marrige first which is legal/church church and state are separate