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Albuquerque, NM

Getting to Know Albuquerque

In Albuquerque you'll find over 300 days of sunshine each year, a strong Southwestern culture and more than 70 different ethnicities gathered in one of the oldest U.S. cities. It's also New Mexico's largest city, located in the heart of the state along the Rio Grande, and 5,000 feet above sea level. Technology and military jobs are abundant here, and unemployment is lower than the national average.

 

Did You Know?
Famous Route 66 runs through Albuquerque, and in town you'll find vintage signs for this iconic American highway.

 

Choose Your Neighborhood

As New Mexico's largest city, Albuquerque provides an abundance of great places to rent. Here is a glimpse of Albuquerque's top neighborhoods, from the bustling Route 66 of Downtown to the pastoral beauty of Westside.

  • Historic Old Town is the city's cultural center, featuring Pueblo-Spanish adobe architecture, seven museums and plenty of shops and restaurants.
  • One of Albuquerque's most walkable areas, Nob Hill has an upscale vibe with great local shops and galleries.
  • Downtown Albuquerque attracts residents who want to be where the action is. You'll find the Albuquerque Convention Center and a vibrant assortment of restaurants, shops and nightclubs.
  • College students make up a large portion of apartment renters in the Midtown/University Area, home to the state's largest university, the University of New Mexico.
  • Located by the lovely Sandia Mountains, Eastside offers gorgeous views and outdoor adventures.
  • Uptown is ideal for professionals seeking a location near the business district and modern shops.
  • Situated on the Rio Grande, the lush North Valley area is another great spot for outdoor enthusiasts.
  • Home to dormant volcanoes and Petroglyph National Monument, Westside appeals to young families who prefer a more rural setting and don't mind a commute to town.
  • Barelas/South Valley includes a beautiful farming community, a strong Hispanic presence and the Rio Grande Zoo.

 

Free Activities in Albuquerque

Recognized as a Top 10 Value City by Hotwire®, Albuquerque offers a variety of affordable attractions, including free admission to the Albuquerque Museum of Art & History every Sunday before 1 p.m.

 

A Top City for Families with Kids

Fill your calendar with fun activities like a trip to ABQ BioPark, a hot air balloon ride or a visit to any of Albuquerque's 19 museums, many of which offer free admission for kids.

Albuquerque Public Schools (APS) is the largest school district in New Mexico, with several schools scoring perfect 10s according to Zillow school reviews.

 

Getaways near Albuquerque

Take in panoramic views of the Sandia Mountains from the Sandia Peak Tramway, located just outside the city. Guests can also ski and snowboard in the Sandia Mountains or take an hour drive to Ski Santa Fe.