Locals will tell you that Santa Fe is a wonderful place to visit year-round, but during the winter months there is something extra special and exciting in the air. Get the New Year started off right with these six great January events.
Santa Fe has always been known as a “high desert” destination, but in the winter, we like to let our “mountain town” show a bit. Santa Fe sits at 7,000 feet elevation in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains which, paired with our blue bird skies, makes The City Different a must-visit winter destination!
Here are a few of the under the radar outdoor adventures that you have to experience while visiting Santa Fe.
There are few things that announce the holiday season like the aromas of traditional New Mexican cuisine wafting from kitchens across The City Different. Here are a few of our favorite recipes that are sure to bring the spirit of Santa Fe’s holiday season home.
Do you want to experience December differently this year? Then plan a visit to The City Different. Santa Fe never looked prettier dressed in all her holiday color and lights! Add to that a town nestled in historic traditions, then throw in some snow, mix in a bit of annual celebration and voila! You have the perfect Santa Fe winter holiday getaway! It’s our good fortune to have a myriad of festive events that spotlight a different kind holiday season. Bright blue skies with crisp frosty air and ski ready landscape? Got it. World-renowned regional cuisine? Always. Holiday music and performing arts? Hello! We’ve got it all. Here are a few of the top December events taking place in The City Different.
Explore a city from the point of view of its artists and artisans and you discover a rich and lively culture wherever you go. Santa Fe, with one of the largest art markets in the U.S., is no exception! Their Artists in Residence season is just beginning and here’s what to look forward to!Order My 2018 Santa Fe Travel Guide
Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos, is a holiday that has been celebrated on November 1–2 in Mexico for many years and has gained a following recently in New Mexico. The holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember loved ones who have passed on, and help support their spiritual journey.Order My 2018 Santa Fe Travel Guide
Nestled in the Rocky Mountains at 7,000 feet, Santa Fe is a world all its own. From immersive art experiences and world-class performances, to vibrant local cultures and timeless traditions. Explore this guide and discover the can’t-miss experiences that make Santa Fe The City Different.
November always brings an opportunity to take a deep breath and appreciate the wonders of the season. Here in Santa Fe, we are grateful for the beauty of the mountains and the many diverse experiences that are available. Join us in discovering a few of Santa Fe’s best November events.