I love this map. I can read the street names without my glasses! Ivar
The 3rd edition of the map has a Street Index of 900+ streets and more. What is an “Ancha”, “Calzada”, “Bajada”? Now you will know!
San Miguel de Allende’s colonias and barrios are easily defined by colors. Details include one-way arrows, pedestrian-only zones, gardens, and the World Heritage and Centro Histórico boundaries.
Selected for you are more than 190 establishments that are some of the best representations of each category on the guide. Plus, a few more that are just a bit outside of this boundary.
Now imagine yourself walking up Correo, choosing hand-blown glassware for your table at La Casa de Vidrío, El Correo for a traditional Mexican comida, Panio for French pastries, then onto Agave Sky for that special pair of luxuriously embroidered cowboy boots….
> paper with glossy laminate on both sides
> accordion fold
> opened: 31″ wide x 26.5″ tall 78.8 cm x 67 cm
Buy online for free delivery within SMA!
Also available at these fine businesses:
> Agave Sky, corner of Correo and Recreo
> Artes de Mexico, Calzada de la Aurora 47
> Biblioteca Publica, Insurgentes 25
> Boleto City (upstairs at the Mercado SANO) Ancha de San Antonio 123
> Fabrica La Aurora, bookstore
> Fevzi’s Turkish Rugs, Calzada de la Aurora 47
> Girasol, Zacateros 4
> La Conexion Mailboxes
> Aldama 3, Main Office
> Calzada de la Aurora 48A, interior 3
> Paprika office, Ancha de San Antonio 9
> Plaza Real del Conde, interior BA14
> La Piña Azul Cooking School, Orizaba 39A
> Los Sueños Consignment, Ancha de San Antonio 19
> Magenta Gallery, Zacateros 26, Centro
> Warren Hardy Spanish, San Rafael 6