San Miguel de Allende oozes old Mexico charm.
There are the cobblestone streets, the colonial-era buildings and wrought-iron balconies, the neo-Gothic steeples soaring high above the pink-sandstone church anchoring a corner of the main plaza. Travel and Leisure magazine has twice named it the best city in the world, a ratification of how beloved it is with tourists and retirees from the U.S., Canada and beyond.
Drug cartels are moving in to a Mexican city populated with over a million American retireeshttps://t.co/gDgCZXQzZG— Deep Clips (@DeepClips) December 4, 2019
Desde la llegada de cárteles de droga, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, destino turístico que alberga una gran cantidad de extranjeros, se ha visto atacada por cobros de piso y asesinatos, perdiendo su aparente inmunidad al narcotráfico https://t.co/pGKQMnJHyK— REFORMA Nacional (@reformanacional) December 4, 2019
Translated from Spanish by Google:
Since the arrival of drug cartels, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, a tourist destination that houses a large number of foreigners, has been attacked by floor charges and murders, losing its apparent immunity to drug trafficking