Category: Visiting Santa Fe

  • Ten Santa Fe hidden treasures

    Ten Santa Fe hidden treasures

    Enjoy these off-the-beaten-path attractions that are uniquely Santa Fe Here is a short list of Santa Fe attractions that often get passed over—unjustly so, to our way of thinking.  Some are a bit out of the way; others are just a few blocks from the Plaza.  All will reward your time and effort with a…

  • Santa Fe Driving, Parking, and Public Transport

    Santa Fe Driving, Parking, and Public Transport

    Helpful tips to getting around Santa Fe Getting to Canyon Road and the Downtown Plaza Area Avoid NM 14 (Cerrillos Road.)  On the map, NM 14 looks like the most direct route into Santa Fe from northbound I-25.  Unfortunately, Cerrillos Road also is the slowest and most congested route as it is Santa Fe’s main…

  • Thirteen must-see Santa Fe things

    Thirteen must-see Santa Fe things

    You won’t to miss these great northern New Mexico excursions Bandelier National Monument NM 4, 55 minutes northwest of Santa Fe, near Los Alamos 505-672-0343 www.nps.gov/band Bandelier encompasses nearly 33,000 acres of canyons, mountains, and mesas and is home to hundreds of prehistoric archaeological sites. The most popular and accessible ruin is Tyuonyi Pueblo in…