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How to get here and where to stay


AIR TRAVEL:  San Miguel is accessible from two airports:  Leon (BJX) and Queretaro (QRO), both of which are approximately an hour and a half from San Miguel.  To get to and from either airport, the shuttle service, Bajiogo, is excellent.  Their website,, allows you to book online.  You will need your flight number, time of arrival, and the address of where you are staying. When you arrive at the airport, after going through customs, a driver will meet you near the doors with a sign with your name on it.  You can pay online or the driver will accept U.S. dollars or pesos.  The fee is approximately $25.00.  Private shuttles are also available. The shuttle will deliver you to your door.


If you would like to stay with other students, which is great for friendships and nighttime activities, we can recommend these places: 

Casa Contenta has seven bedrooms, each with a bathroom, with shared kitchen and living areas. It has Mexican charm and is full of art.    It is a favorite with our students. 

Casa de la Noche is a small hotel with large common areas and a big breakfast every morning.  It, too, is full of Mexican charm and was once a licensed brothel.

Casa Don Quixote, near Casa Contenta, is a contemporary Mexican hotel, elegant and spacious.

MID-PRICED HOTELS, with most of them including breakfast: 

Casa Maricela

Casa Rosada

Hotel Real de Minas



Casa Schuck is a charming, historic small hotel with a large Mexican breakfast included.  

Casa Caramba SMA has three apartments. 

Casa de los Chiqueados has lovely one and two-bedroom apartments. 

AIRBNB.COM offers many lovely places to stay.  For the full San Miguel experience, try to stay close to the Jardin, the main square in the center of town.  The oldest area is Centro - look for rentals there and in the surrounding streets.  Also, the colonias Aldea, Guadiana, Guadalupe, and the eastern and southern parts of San Antonio are excellent. 


Trip Advisor, Lonely Planet, Expedia, and Travel and Leisure all offer hotels on their websites.  

QUESTIONS?  We are happy to answer any questions you may have about travel to San Miguel. 

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