At last, a glorious three-day weekend in Santa Fe The City Different to kick-off summer. You’ll want to experience as much as you can during your stay. So get ready, because we have some ideas for you to capture the essence of Santa Fe and have a blast. From margaritas and cocktails to art markets and art collectives, here are our favorite picks to help you have a trip to remember.
Did you know Santa Fe is a biking paradise? The surrounding mountains, foothills and public lands hold an endless variety of trail options with terrain for every skill level. This makes Santa Fe a perfect stepping-off point for any cycling adventure. There’s something about riding a bike in Santa Fe that turns any activity into an adventure. Whether exploring art districts, travelling along the new Margarita Trail, joining locals riding their bikes during Bike To Work week, or just lazing on the grass and soaking up some Santa Fe sunlight–– anytime you add a bicycle to the mix it heightens the fun factor. On your next visit to The City Different, join us as we pedal along the trails, paths, and streets of Santa Fe. Your spirits will be riding high with these must-do biking events during National Bike Month.
With Santa Fe’s 400 year Spanish history, The City Different is a bona fide flamenco town. Flamenco celebrates the culture and passion of Spain. Flamenco is Spanish folk music that is accompanied by singing and dancing. It began in Spain’s southern coastal region of Andalusia and developed over centuries, taking its current form in the 18th century. Fast forward to The City Different….
Santa Fe is known to showcase some of the best flamenco talent in the world. A big nod goes to Maria Benitez, Vicente Romero and Jose Greco––a few of the early U.S. flamenco pioneers who made their home in Santa Fe. The spirit and passion of flamenco still burns hot today. Here are few suggestions to make your flamenco experience in Santa Fe a memorable one!
The Sangre de Cristo’s summit still has its white caps, but winter is officially over – and spring has sprung in The City Different! May events this year will have you basking in sunshine in the great Santa Fe outdoors! Enjoy the bright skies with a refreshing margarita (or two), cycling, and en plein air painting.
Time To Plan a Mother’s Day Santa Fe Getaway!
Every year your Mom insists that she doesn’t want any big production for Mother’s Day, but you know better. Take the mom in your life on a surprise adventure that includes a getaway to Santa Fe–– a day at the spa, serious shopping or a superb brunch. Here are some ideas for fun ways to treat her (or Mom you could be treating yourself) to something special this Mother’s Day!
Santa Fe is one of the world’s largest and most diverse art hubs. If you love culture as much as we do, you’ll be glad to know that Santa Fe was most recently named the Best Destinations for Culturephiles by readers of USAToday’s 10Best.
There’s so much to see and absorb here! This spring the city’s renowned museums are elevating the experience with a slate of special exhibits. The new shows will highlight the past, present and future through photography, miniatures, watercolor paintings, exotic jewelry and more.
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There’s no shortage of things to see and do in Santa Fe. You can spend days here visiting museums, enjoying our flavorful cuisine and soaking up the scenery against the backdrop of our amazing blue skies. Yet if you’re looking for something unique to experience during your next trip to Santa Fe, be sure to visit the Santuario de Guadalupe, one of the many living and hidden treasures in Santa Fe.
Are you looking for that perfect getaway for your family? Have you ever visited Santa Fe? If you’re not familiar with the destination, you may be surprised to hear the wide range of fun activities available throughout ‘The City Different’ for just about every member of the family. That includes you! Here are some fun activities that you and your family can enjoy year round!
The first crocus has popped a yellow blossom through the earth and fruit tree buds are swelling delicious potential. Santa Fe is warming up as days grow longer and the sun moves higher in the sky. The sun and big blue skies promise delightful spring adventures. The season is the ideal time to visit, offering a host of events to tempt the inquisitive traveler. Here are just a few…
Easter is fast approaching and that means egg hunts, time with family, chocolate bunnies, and a decadent brunch are on the holiday horizon! Santa Fe was recently named by Conde Nast Traveler as one of America’s Best Food Cities. You’ll see why on Easter Sunday as local restaurants concoct and prepare some of the most delicious dishes. So while planning that Easter weekend trip to Santa Fe, be sure to make your brunch plans now and here are some suggestions to get you started.