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In the sweeping foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountain range, Santa Fe is a southwestern beacon of light and a UNESCO-designated Creative City. Spanish and Native American influences are apparent, from the town's traditional adobe-covered pueblos to its open-air markets and shops, many adorned with colorful ristras—hanging strings of dried chiles. The Santa Fe Plaza is the beating heart of the city, a Spanish-style gathering place that takes its design cues from traditional colonial cities. Artists Georgia O'Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz called Santa Fe home, and it's easy to see why—there’s beauty to behold around every corner.
On Don Gasper Avenue, Café Pasqual's is a recipient of a James Beard Award and has attracted travelers and locals alike for decades. The kitchen is dedicated to using "fresh, seasonal, organic and naturally raised foods."
Open daily and located just a few blocks from the Santa Fe Plaza, Georgia O'Keeffe Museum houses the works of the acclaimed artist. You're within walking distance to some of our country's finest historical art.
During ski season, make time for a day on the snowy slopes at Ski Santa Fe. The stunning terrain spans 660 acres and in the warmer months, the mountain is absolutely worth a visit for its trails.
Navigate a beautiful art district made up of more than 100 galleries and studios on Canyon Road. You'll find Native American pieces as well as contemporary, international, folk and regional masterpieces.
Celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2016, the Santa Fe Opera House plays host to an array of worldly musicians in the summer months. Casts include award-winning singers from all over the globe.
The plaza on Old Santa Fe Trail has served as a gathering place in downtown Santa Fe for nearly 400 years. Today you will find farmers markets, music events, artisans and a variety of shops surrounding it.