Enjoy, up close and personal, what makes San Miguel de Allende the epicenter of both the cult of cross and witchcraft.
- The 1531 Battle of the Barbarians that formed what we celebrate in today’s San Miguel de Allende for the entire month of May, St. Michael’s day in September and fiestas year round
- Why being the geographic center of the Americas places us on a gateway to the afterlife and some really odd weather
- Why witches stopped flying over SMA with the arrival of golf
- Where, why and how witches worship around town
Traveling just outside of town you’ll see the battlefield, the chapel marking where the cross appeared in the sky and some local hotspots for the dark arts to view the remains of recent offerings.
The walking is minimal. The tour normally lasts just under 2 hours. Please contact Joseph Toone for scheduling and pricing.