Albuquerque Travel Guide

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A bird's-eye view of Albuquerque reveals a typical Sun Belt city, stretching more than 100 square mi with no grand design, architectural or otherwise, to hold it together. The city's growth seems as free-spirited as the hot-air balloons that take part in the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. This is true, to a degree, of the city's somewhat nebulous, suburban-looking, outer neighborhoods, especially the West Side, which continues to sprawl farther west because few natural boundaries stand in the way.

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Albuquerque Hotels

With a few exceptions, Albuquerque's lodging options fall into two categories: modern chain hotels and motels, and distinctive and typically historic inns...read more

Restaurants

Albuquerque Restaurants

The Duke City has long been a place for hearty home-style cooking in big portions, and to this day, it's easy to find great steak-and-chops houses, retro...read more

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Albuquerque Experiences

  • Top Reasons to Go to Albuquerque

    Drive up the: Camino Real (North 4th Street) or south into Barelas where you'll glimpse vintage shops and taquerias with hand-painted signage... Read more

  • Downtown Albuquerque

    Albuquerque continues to grow into one of the Southwest's most dynamic cities, and Downtown continues its renaissance, morphing from a somewhat... Read more

  • Great Itineraries

    Mid-20th-century American motorists came to know their country firsthand via Route 66. Today, frequent flyers yearn for the romance of the open... Read more

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