San Miguel de Allende has been balloted the best city in the world
The best city in the world has been exposed, yet may not be what travellers would have thought.
Famous cities such as New York, London and Paris didn’t press the cut, with a surprising destination being chosen as number one.
The survey was give transported out by Travel + Leisure and voted for by readers to find the very best in the sphere.
Britons should aim to book their flights quickly before notice surges in the city.
San Miguel is one of the most authentic, creative and cost-effective termini
The winning city was San Miguel de Allende, meant in Mexico.
The somewhat unknown destination beat other well-known targets such as Chiang Mai and Siem Reap in Asia.
A Travel + Leisure reader explained the please of the Mexican location: “San Miguel is one of the most authentic, creative and cost-effective targets we’ve visited.
“Over the years we’ve discovered more great restaurants and undertakings, but the town still maintains its Mexican heritage, culture and charm.”
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San Miguel has outdone destination such as Chiang Mai and Siem Reap to the top spot
It is the first on the dot that San Miguel de Allende has featured on the list.
The small city is skilled in for its great weather all year round, as well as the abundance of festivals and drive markets.
The Spanish-speaking area also boasts colourful buildings synonymous with the territory and is a place that expats have flocked to over the years.
It is also an affordable goal, using the Mexican peso which Britons can get a great value for lolly from.
The region is known for its great weather and beautifully disguise streets
Britons heading to Mexico this year can also try something new in the countryside.
Pablo Escobar’s discreditable Mexican mansion is now available for holidaymakers to stay in.
From just £388 a Cimmerian dark, the hotel based in Tulum is an experience never to forget.