From the incredible array of festivals, art markets, outdoor adventures, musical performances and more, June in Santa Fe is one of our fine city’s most popular times of year. Here in The City Different we are poised for yet another one-of-a-kind summer season full of exciting special events. Planning a visit to Santa Fe in the month of June can be an excellent way to ease in to a summer of traveling. There is a full schedule of events to enjoy this month; however, the volume of visitors is not at its peak like it will be in July and August. So sneak in a trip to Santa Fe and put one of these June events on your itinerary.Order My Santa Fe Travel Guide
It’s that blooming time of year again in Santa Fe. The time of year when trees around the city begin to burst with pink and white blossoms and daffodils pop up creating a vibrant yellow border in front of the city’s iconic adobe walls. Soon the wisteria vines will be dripping with purple flowers and the mighty cottonwoods will be leafy green again. As the spring season descends on The City Different our thoughts turn to stunning outdoor spaces, lush gardens and scenic natural preserves.
If you think Santa Fe is all juniper and sagebrush, you are in for a wonderful surprise! For those interested in the flora and fauna and who enjoy spending time outdoors be sure to include a visit to one of these Santa Fe gardens in your next trip.
When you walk the streets of downtown Santa Fe, you can almost feel over 400 years of history following you. You will find many locations holding the superlative of “oldest” — the oldest capital city, oldest house, oldest church, and the oldest public building. Experience the Santa Fe story at these eight can’t miss historic sites.Order My 2019 Santa Fe Travel Guide
Many argue summer is the best time to visit The City Different. The city is in full bloom, the weather is near perfect, and there is oh so much to do. If you are planning a trip to Santa Fe this summer, don’t miss these must-see markets, festivals and exhibitions.Order My 2019 Santa Fe Travel Guide Read More
The culinary scene in Santa Fe offers a unique blend of tradition and innovation, of regional and international, and of luxury and authenticity. As a result, many travelers are inspired to journey to The City Different for the cuisine itself. Here is the perfect weekend itinerary for any foodie visiting Santa Fe.Order My 2019 Santa Fe Travel Guide
Spring warmth has taken hold, flowers are in bloom across the city and the art is spilling out into the yards and front porches. If you love the arts, May is the perfect time to plan a getaway to Santa Fe. Here are a few of the spotlight events taking place in The City Different this May.Order My 2019 Santa Fe Travel Guide Read More
Santa Fe County, with its endless trails, diverse landscapes, and 320 days of sunshine a year, is an outdoor lover’s paradise and has been designated a Silver-Level Ride Center by the International Mountain Bicycling Association. The area is enveloped in wilderness, and whether you’re looking for a quick stroll through the piñon and juniper trees or a weekend backpacking trek through the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, here are some of the best trails in the area for every type of outdoor enthusiast.
On any given day you’ll see locals and visitors alike exploring the wilderness with a giddy grin on their face and possibly some words of wisdom to point you in the right direction. So answer the call of the outdoors and see why USA Today voted Santa Fe the #1 Outdoor Destination in the United States.
Santa Fe brings the arts to life with live music, premier films and cultural dance, and is a genuine feast for those who love live performances. The intimate settings make seeing any show in Santa Fe a truly personal experience. The Performing Arts truly take center stage in The City Different each spring. Here are just a few of our top picks to take in Santa Fe’s vibrant performing arts scene.
Is this the year you try something different for Spring Break? Santa Fe beckons your family to spend a fun, easy and affordable vacation in The City Different. But wait, we have more to tell you! KIDS ARE FREE! Beginning March 1, 2019, your family will have a chance to take advantage of our Kids Free Spring Break deals and specials in Santa Fe. From outdoor activities, arts, culture, accommodations, restaurants to other kid-friendly attractions; we have your family covered to maximize your budget and enhance your Spring Break fun. Here are a few of our top picks, but you can view all the offers at SantaFe.org/Spring_Break.
Beer is the most consumed alcoholic beverage in the world and the third most popular drink (behind water and tea). There is no exception in Santa Fe. Here you’ll find hand crafted micro beers are as good or better than anywhere else!
Whether you travel to Santa Fe for a week, a weekend, or a season, you’ll have no problem wetting your whistle with new and different award-winning brews during your visit.