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Centro is a larger central section of town that includes and surrounds Centro Historico. It encompasses parts of the hillsides above and below the historic zone, as well as the southern area leading to Juarez Park and the northern area behind the Ignacio Ramirez Market.
San Antonio is a very popular neighborhood, one of the largest neighborhoods in San Miguel. It adjoins Centro on its east and north sides, with the areas closest to Centro being the most sought after.
Guadiana is a tranquil neighborhood very close to Centro and to San Antonio. Bordered by Ancha San Antonio, with its great variety of shops, restaurants and the organic market, Guadiana is almost completely residential.
Located behind Juarez Park and up the hillside, Ojo de Agua is a prestigious residential address. Many homes in Ojo de Agua boast spectacular views over Juarez Park to the Parroquia and Centro.
Guadalupe is located north of Centro, and it offers a flat walk to the activities of Centro. Very popular with artists and designers, Guadalupe is sometimes referred to as the Soho of San Miguel de Allende.
Obraje is a newer neighborhood on the north side of Centro, and it is quickly developing a fanbase. The flat section of Obraje has new, upscale homes, and up the hillside are some dramatic new residences with expansive views of Centro.
Directly up the hill from the Jardin is Atascadero, sometimes called “Los Arcos,” given that entering the neighborhood from town involves going through the arched gate of the original Atascadero Ranch.
Overlooking San Miguel above the market area is Los Balcones, a peaceful residential area with luxury homes. Properties on the hillside enjoy some of the most dramatic views in all of San Miguel, overlooking the Parroquia, Centro and facing the sunset.
Further back from town from Balcones is a newer residential area called Rinconada de los Balcones. Wide streets and sunset views, as well as access to the botanical gardens have made this an appealing area.
Located on the North West hill facing Centro, Independencia is an up-and-coming neighborhood. The area is a true mix. There are humble homes, upscale homes, and everything in between.
Located on the very Northern side of town, Vista Antigua is a gated community of homes, many with stunning views of downtown San Miguel.
Malanquin is a gated golf community located just outside the ring road around San Miguel on the south side of the city.
Located at the edge of town, very near the Salida Queretaro, El Paraiso is a relatively new gated community. Homes are well maintained, and while there are still empty lots, the neighborhood is filling in nicely.
Located outside the ring road on the south side of town, Los Frailes is an established residential neighborhood.
As the name suggests, Centro Historico is the heart of old San Miguel. Many of the buildings in this part of town are from the 16th and 17th Century, with thick walls, courtyards, and fountains. The historic Centro is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and the antique buildings are protected.