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Santa Fe, NM

Santa Fe was founded in 1607 by the Spanish governor Don Pedro de Peralta.

Overview of Santa Fe

Santa Fe is a small city nestled at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Much of the city's architecture is Spanish mission or pueblo, giving the city a decidedly unique feel. Although real estate is more expensive in Santa Fe than in other regions of New Mexico, the overall cost of living is among the lowest in the country.

Best of Santa Fe

Best Date Spot in Santa Fe: Canyon Road Santa Fe is known for its walkability and its gorgeous aesthetic. Taking a sunset walk down Canyon Road with a loved one is a romantic step into the past. When the night turns chilly, warm up with a glass of wine.

Best Restaurant in Santa Fe: Geronimo The restaurant is a renovated Spanish adobe home from 1765. The dining experience is elegant and refined, and the menu displays true American eclecticism: French chefs utilize international ingredients for a once-in-a-lifetime meal.

Best Museum in Santa Fe: Museum of International Folk Art TWith 14 museums in town, picking the best one can be difficult. The Museum of International Folk Art offers a truly unique experience not to be found anywhere else.

Top 5 Santa Fe Adventures

Outspire Hiking and Snowshoeing offers guided hikes that are personalized to meet your personal desires and expectations. There is no better way to experience the mountains of Santa Fe for the first time.
  • Be taken to another world by exotic performances: The Santa Fe Opera House provides a first-rate musical experience, the perfect way to enjoy an evening of breathtaking classical music. The opera house also features contemporary musicians from time to time.
  • Take a drive and experience history:Santa Fe is home to over a dozen museums, but four of them can be experienced with a single trip to Museum Hill. Just a short drive from the Santa Fe Plaza, you will find the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, the Museum of International Folk Art and the Wheelright Museum of the American Indian as well as the Santa Fe Botanic Garden.
  • Become an artist: Liquid Light Glass makes beautiful specialty glass art, and the directors teach brief two-hour classes where you get to create your own custom art. It is an awesome experience and makes a great gift to give a loved one.
  • Sample fine vino rosso: For those who enjoy the finer things in life, a visit to the Estrella del Norte Vineyard is a must. Situated 17 miles northwest of Santa Fe, you will experience a beautiful, small-batch winery and enjoy tasting the creations.