An easy drive from Albuquerque or a weekend retreat from many cities in the southwest, Santa Fe New Mexico will satisfy most travelers who want a quick cultural getaway.
As the oldest continually inhabited capital in North America, Santa Fe is rich in culture and heritage. From pre-Hispanic Native American cultures, influences from Spain and Mexico to modern day New Mexican style, Santa Fe will indulge your senses.
Explore the downtown plaza which was originally established in 1610 by the colonial Spanish as a presidio it is now a popular tourist attraction with many trendy shops, art galleries and local vendors. Savor New Mexican Cuisine at the many nearby restaurants.
A popular tourist attraction are the old pueblo style churches you will find in the city such as the San Miguel Mission, one of the oldest churches in the United States and the Church of Guadalupe with its many tiled icons.
Top hotels and resorts such as the La Posada de Santa Fe, the Four Seasons Rancho Encantado, El Dorado Hotel and Spa and the La Fonda will ensure you have a comfortable stay.
Nearby attractions include the town of Taos, Ski Santa Fe, rafting in the Rio Grand Gorge and more. And don’t forget to visit one of the most immersive art exhibitions around at Meow Woof.