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MKT PAID DON’T MISS THIS SERIES: NEWS & STORIES YOU CAN READ IN 1 MINUTE

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“San Miguel began to script a new chapter in its history, with education and art taking center stage. The arrival of new students and visitors brought an influx of income for local merchants and service providers. This increased prosperity was evident in the construction of hotels, and the city flourished remarkably.”

Sandra Gancz Kahan, Writer

How San Miguel de Allende was resurrected by US veterans
How the unlikely combination of the GI Bill and some of Mexico’s most famous artists created the vibrant San Miguel we love today.
How San Miguel de Allende was resurrected by US veterans
How the unlikely combination of the GI Bill and some of Mexico’s most famous artists created the vibrant San Miguel we love today.

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1 Min Read Round-Up:

Got 1 min? First US flights arrive at Tulum airport
The airport has begun to receive flights from Atlanta, Charlotte and Miami in the U.S., with more destinations to be added soon.
Got 1 min? First US flights arrive at Tulum airport
The airport has begun to receive flights from Atlanta, Charlotte and Miami in the U.S., with more destinations to be added soon.
Got 1 min? The last ‘virgin’ island in the Riviera Maya is for sale
Cayo Culebra, an idyllic island in a natural reserve that’s also a UNESCO World Heritage site, can be yours for only US $68 million.
Got 1 min? The last ‘virgin’ island in the Riviera Maya is for sale
Cayo Culebra, an idyllic island in a natural reserve that’s also a UNESCO World Heritage site, can be yours for only US $68 million.
Got 1 min? Royal Caribbean International to develop Cozumel beach club
The cruise line plans to open the club offering the “ultimate beach day in Mexico” in 2026.
Got 1 min? Royal Caribbean International to develop Cozumel beach club
The cruise line plans to open the club offering the “ultimate beach day in Mexico” in 2026.

Photo of the day

Samayaluca dunes, one of the most important deserts in Mexico. | Photo from @miss.pueblosmagicos

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