San Miguel de Allende and the Heartland Shopping

From upscale to bargain bin, from local souvenirs to timeless finds, we’ve culled our favorite shopping locations in San Miguel de Allende and the Heartland.

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  • Jewelry/Accessories

Next to City Hall, within a large old passageway called Pasaje Von Humbolt, is a small shop with beautiful designs in silver jewelry,...

Artesanías Vázques

  • Ceramics/Glassware

Artesanías Vázques has Talavera ceramics from Dolores Hidalgo. ...


  • Ceramics/Glassware

Browse the painterly, old-style majolica ceramics at Capelo. ...

La Casa del Quijote

  • Crafts

La Casa del Quijote is a one-stop shop for high-end gifts and handicrafts. There are two floors of merchandise, offering a huge selection...

La Catrina

  • Food/Candy

Guanajuato's best-loved candy store has a large, organized selection of typical sweets of the region, and most come in a variety of sizes...

La Florecita

  • Clothing

La Florecita is a small shop that sells exclusively handmade clothing and fabric, including blouses and shawls, from 10 of Mexico's top...

Mayólica Santa Rosa

  • Ceramics/Glassware

Mayólica Santa Rosa is an enormous shop with two floors of lovely Santa Rosa ceramics: decorative items, vases (smallish and huge),...

Mercado Hidalgo

  • Jewelry/Accessories

Some jewelry and knickknacks are sold at the Mercado Hidalgo. It's more of an experience than a shopping destination, but you might find...

Rincon Artesanal

  • Ceramics/Glassware

The helpful owners of this boutique ceramics shop will help customers choose among the different types of Guanajuato majolica ceramic...


  • Food/Candy

If your idea of souvenirs is fine chocolate, stop here and browse the delectables, some made on the premises, others imported from Mexico's...