Santa Fe Travel Guide
Welcome to Santa Fe, NM!
Santa Fe is the capital city of New Mexico and is praised by travelers for its exceptional scenery, especially around the second week of September when the landscape of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains is adorned with yellow-colored aspens. Although sparsely populated, the city is known for its art galleries, festivals and restaurants. There are over 250 art galleries located in the city, showcasing art from around the world in a range of mediums. Buildings in the area are known for their simple design and Spanish Territorial or pueblo-style architecture, and the city has implemented an ordinance to preserve traditional styles of adobe construction. Enjoy major events, such as the Spanish Market in the summer, where craftspeople from all over the globe come to purchase and sell their Spanish colonial art. The Indian Market in August showcases authentic artwork from over 1,000 artists, attracting thousands of visitors from around the world.
Has a large collection of Indian Art.
Hotels & Motels
La Posada de Santa Fe Resort & Spa features authentic adobe architecture on six beautifully landscaped acres.
New Wave Rafting Company offers both Santa Fe rafting trips and Taos rafting trips for all ages and skill levels.