All Mexicans love parties, but no other city enjoys celebrations and festivities more than San Miguel de Allende.
The locals take traditional parties to the streets with verb and enthusiasm, in honor of the patriotic heroes, the patron saints, or sometimes it would be said just for fun. There seems to be more celebrations than days of the year to accommodate them,
but this small town has been the central stage of the history and culture of Mexico for more than four centuries.
It honors the national and also the local holidays, and due to the large expat community, a large number of international celebrations also give rise to a party with parades, processions, music, dance and of course Fireworks.