Santa Fe Travel Guide
Plan Your Santa Fe Vacation
On a plateau at the base of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains—at an elevation of 7,000 feet—Santa Fe is brimming with reminders of nearly four centuries of Spanish and Mexican rule, and of the Pueblo cultures that have been here for hundreds more.
In Santa Fe you can ensconce yourself in quintessential Southwestern style or anonymous hotel-chain decor, depending on how... read more
Eating out is a major pastime in Santa Fe and it's well worth coming here with a mind to join in on the fun. Restaurants... read more
Explore the best sights, entertainment, and shopping with our top choices and insider tips.
In summer 2013, the much-awaited Santa Fe Botanical Garden opened on Museum Hill, joining that neighborhood’s clutch of superb museums... Read more
A winter stroll on Canyon Road. There are few experiences to match walking this ancient street on Christmas Eve when it's covered... Read more
There's no state in the Union with a richer historical heritage than New Mexico, which contains not only buildings constructed by... Read more
In Santa Fe, everything from the ancient Palace of the Governors to today's Walgreens is clad in adobe and designed in the Pueblo... Read more
The artistic roots of Santa Fe stretch back to the landscape and the devotion of those who roamed and settled here long before the... Read more
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