Spring is in the air in Santa Fe. If you have been cooped up all winter, now is the perfect time to hop over to visit Santa Fe. The city comes alive in spring with chirping birds, crocus peeking up in gardens and blossoming trees. During the month of April, the temperature starts warming up but don’t be surprised to see an occasional late season snowfall in the forecast. Take advantage of our varied April events and you’ll see why Santa Fe is The City Different!
What other cocktail delicately balances four of the five human tastes, comes in flavors ranging from chocolate to raspberry to jalapeño, pairs with literally every single type of food on the planet, and has its own goddess? Only the margarita. Tequila, Cointreau, and lime juice, shaken for 15-20 seconds. Slide in a lime wheel and voilà. Perfection.
Lucky for me, I come from the state with the best margaritas anywhere — hands down — and they’re all on Santa Fe’s Margarita Trail (making it almost dangerously easy to find them). In fact, the city’s known as the margarita capital of the world. Or should be. Will be. Here’s proof.
Santa Fe has a long tradition of magical holiday lights that glow with the warm spirit of tradition. Throughout the Santa Fe holidays, farolitos line the streets and rooftops of houses and businesses in Santa Fe. These warm, glowing lights against adobe walls and snow-lined landscapes are a photographer’s dream and some of the most photographed scenes in Santa Fe— during the holiday season. During your stay in Santa Fe, you’re sure to find an abundance of opportunities to frame the perfect shot. Even better, that perfect shot can win you the chance for Santa Fe getaway. Keep reading to learn more about our “My Santa Fe Holiday” Instagram contest. But first, let’s learn about little more about these holiday traditions that include farolitos and luminarias! Camera in hand?
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.