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26/07/2012

La Casa del Habano de San Miguel de AllendeLa Casa del Habano de San Miguel de AllendeLa Casa del Habano de San Miguel de Allende

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A brand-new La Casa del Habano franchise was recently opened in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico, sponsored by Mr. David Tourgeman. It covers a 152 square-yard surface.

San Miguel de Allende is a city within the Mexican Guanajuato state, located in the central zone of Mexico. It is sited 170 miles away fromMexico City and 60 miles from the state capital, Guanajuato.

It was declared Mankind Cultural Heritage by Unesco on July 7, 2008, under the title of fortified City of San Miguel and sanctuary of Jesus of Nazareth from Atotonilco.

The distinction was awarded due to its cultural and architectural contribution to Mexican Baroque, although the place is also internationally acclaimed due to its mild weather, thermal spas and architecture.

San Miguel de Allende has attracted a huge community of foreigner residents, artists, writers and tourists that make up a significant share of the population.

Habanos at La Casa del Habano in San Miguel de Allende, just like the franchise’s entire world network, keep the highest preservation and quality standards to provide the genuine taste and aroma of this cigar brand, accompanied by cocktails, desserts, coffee and different spirits, at any of its halls, indoor and outdoor.

La Casa del Habano in San Miguel de Allende provides customized and professional attention to the people visiting its venue in San Miguel de Allende and those who contact them through the internet or by telephone.

Contact: Mr. Rene Morales, Director.

Address: Cuna De Allende # 7 INT. 25 Zona Centro

San Miguel De Allende, GTO. CP 37700, México.

Tel.: +52 415-154-9810

EMAIL: lacasadelhabanosma@gmail.com

WEB: lacasadelhabanosma.com

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