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San Miguel de Allende among Forbes 13 most beautiful places to travel this Fall

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The World-Heritage and multi awarded cit of SMA, made the Forbes Magazine ranking of the 13 most beautiful destinations in the world to travel this Fall.

Recommended by: Joanna Riquett, Founder of Travel Platform Hayo

Why: “This is the time of the year when the cempasuchils (marigolds) cover the streets in a beautiful gold mantle, the weather holds steady at spring temperature during the day with chilly-cuddly nights, and it’s the time when Mexico celebrates one of its biggest holidays: Day of the Dead.”

Pro Tip: “Located 167.7 miles north from Mexico City or a 3.5-hour drive, San Miguel de Allende is a little colonial city known as a magic town for its capacity to offer visitors and locals a magical experience by reasons of traditions, natural beauty, architecture, gastronomy, folklore, arts and craft, and more.

I design travel experiences for a living and I always consider factors like accessibility but uniqueness, comfort and luxury, access to nature, culture and traditions, and the capacity to amaze people, so San Miguel de Allende is a well-rounded place and one of my favorite destinations to bring visitors.

This is also a city that attracts all kinds of creatives so when you visit, you can appreciate a myriad of talented professionals that have chosen it as their creative home base. Make sure to swing by concept store Doce18 to visit Armour Jewelry, Carla Fernandez, and to try the variety of food and beverage they have available.

Photo: hayo.co

Photo: hayo.co

One hour away, in Querétaro, is Fabrica Textiles Hércules, previously a textile factory and now home to multiple artists, brands, and restaurants; here, make sure to visit Caralarga, one of my favorite artisanal brands working with organic materials. And of course, hot air balloon, adventure hikes, horseback riding, temazcal rituals, and hot spring spas are the order of the day.”

Hayo hosts a Day of the Dead Immersive Experience worth checking out if you’re interested in experiencing this for yourself.

Click here to read full article on Forbes.com

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