According to YouAndIwedding.com, San Miguel de Allende is considered a “safe and sound” wedding destination.
When choosing a wedding destination, the location, accomodations, safety and security are often overlooked during the initial selection stage.
Whether you choose Paris, France or Venice, Italy, there will always be safe areas versus questionable areas that need to be taken into consideration when you decide to organize your wedding in any location.
It is common to find different types of socioeconomic environments in small or large cities or metropolitan areas.
Fortunately, if you are considering San Miguel de Allende for your wedding destination, you have chosen a spot renowned as a safe haven for travelers and foreign residents.
In fact, there are over 8,000 expats living in San Miguel de Allende which has a population of 80,000. And all of these expats couldn’t be wrong when choosing this city as place of residence, for its its beauty and abiding safety.
Statistically, we all know areas in our local region that can be questionable with regards to safety. Ironically, San Miguel de Allende’s crime statistics are far below in comparison with most cities in the United States.
Tourism is the lifeblood of San Miguel and you can be sure that you will be “safe and sound” as a traveler staying (or getting married) in this beautiful colonial city.
Don’t miss the La Alborada Festival in San Miguel de Allende Mexico La Alborada Festival in San Miguel Mexico pinnacle feature is the fireworks at dawn which is the most spectacular event to this religious Fiesta. The festival usually lasts all weekend starting on a Friday however many events are also hosted during a longer week long timeframe. La Alborada’s night celebration is followed the next day by all-day parades, dance performances, and processions. The evenings are full with Mexican cultural presentations, live music, and of course even more fireworks. Nearly every day there are one if not two processions carrying the image of San Miguel Archangel to various churches and shrines throughout San Miguel de Allende, allowing the spirit of San Miguel to place his blessing on these locations along the city. During La Alborada you can find live musical performances and dancers in the streets and the main square of San Miguel. If your planning to attend the Alborada Fiesta in San Miguel de Allende in the future you may want to consider staying for the whole week beginning Sept. 26. The main portion of La Alborada Festival is on the weekend starting Friday afternoon. If you’re a jumpy soul then this might not be the festival for you. Fireworks can be heard nearly all day and every day on the weekend of La Alborada with even more fireworks at nighttime. The pinnacle of the festival features fireworks throughout the entire city. #youandiweddings Picture courtesy of Sean Regan Photography with is also located in San Miguel de Allende Mexico. Sean Regan Photography works with You And I Weddings. To see the full portfolio go to http://seanreaganphotography.com