Accommodation in Santa Fe
The state capital of New Mexico has approximately 75 accommodation options that you can check out via Travelocity's Santa Fe hotel deals page.
The Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe, at 198 State Road 592, or the Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi, at 113 Washington Avenue, are teeming with opulence and luxury. On the other hand, the Antigua Inn or the Fairmont Heritage Place, El Corazon de Santa Fe will provide you with good old fashioned comfort at bargain prices.
Santa Fe Vacation Packages
Santa Fe Vacation Packages
This destination has a population of around 68,000 year-round residents.
Whether you are traveling with younger children or teens, the Santa Fe Children's Museum will be sure to please.
Whether you are into all things wine or you just enjoy an occasional glass, you will love spending time at the Don Quixote Distillery and Winery, the Santa Fe area's premier winery.
The jingling roar of wheels spinning and chips clinking fills the air at the casinos in this area. Excited gamers will surely find a way to Camel Rock Casino and the Cities of Gold Casino.
Among the most popular attractions for tourists in this destination are the city's parkland areas. Santa Fe National Forest and Pecos National Historical Park are excellent for an indulgent picnic or a quiet stroll. Alternatively, simply sit back and people-watch at Deception Peak or Cerrillos Hills State Park.
Do you consider yourself a fan of the great outdoors? During your stay here, don't forget to admire a couple of the prized nature reserves. Puye Cliff Dwellings and Hyde Memorial State Park are places that you ought to add to your visiting schedule.
You'll find plenty of informative attractions around town. You will want to start by paying a visit to the Museum of International Folk Art or the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture. The Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian and the New Mexico Museum of Art are also decent options.
The Bradbury Science Museum is considered to be an interesting science museum here. Check for tours, study the special exhibits and learn about scientific breakthroughs.
This destination is famous for having a lot of great venues where you can check out some art. The Georgia O'Keefe Museum and the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art are two of the most loved viewing spaces in the area. Additionally, you might want to go to the Encaustic Art Institute and the Karen Wray Fine Art Gallery.
Head to a couple of the Santa Fe history museums and no doubt you'll be interested in times past. Your group are going to love the Palace of the Governors, the Los Alamos Historical Museum and the Chimayo Museum.
With its nice range of old structures, this is an attractive location for those interested in history. Take a couple of pictures of Bandelier National Monument and the Santuario de Chimayo. You may also want to go to Rancho de los Golondrinas or El Santuario de Chimayo.
There are several historic religious sites here. Discover the heart of local spiritual practices at San Miguel Mission or Santo Nino Chapel. You could also try Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi or Santuario De Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe.
Strolling about a new destination is a wonderful way to get some pictures of the rich historical legacy that can be seen around every street corner. Santa Fe Plaza is an atmospheric old plaza to keep an eye out for in this destination.
Spend the morning touring around some of the notable memorial sites in Santa Fe. St. Joseph Parish and Loretto Chapel are essential places for travelers from all over.
Look for a good seat, get a little insight from one of the students, and enjoy yourself on a thorough tour around the College of Santa Fe in Santa Fe.
If you're interested in shopping while visiting Santa Fe, then be sure to visit some of the must-see stores and boutiques at your disposal. You may very likely find most of the products you need at El Potrero Trading Post, but still go to Casa Grande Trading Post and Turquoise Trail Trading Post to find a few more bargains.
Santa Fe is home to several vibrant and versatile live performance venues and spaces. Look out for Santa Fe Opera and the Lensic Performing Arts Center, some of the region's most popular choices. You may also be interested in a live show at Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra and Chorus or theaterwork Studio.
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Packages in Santa Fe
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Located 15 minutes outside of Santa Fe, this hotel puts guests near the area's Native American cultural attractions, including the Poeh Museum's Pueblo culture ...
Located in Downtown Santa Fe, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi and Palace of the Governors. San Miguel Mission ...