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About Santa Fe
Celebrating 400 years of rich multi-cultural history, Santa Fe, New Mexico is the oldest capital city in the United States. Nestled in the Rocky Mountains at 7,000 feet above sea level, Santa Fe sightseeing has much to offer. With clear blue skies almost every day of the year, and breathtaking sunsets, Santa Fe is a high desert oasis. As part of the Land of Enchantment, Santa Fe is the perfect setting for the old Southwest. Discover the vibrant colors of the aspens changing in the Fall and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains turning bright red when the sun is setting during your travel to Santa Fe. Experience the "City Different" in all of its glory. Whether you want a home close to the historic Plaza and the Palace of the Governors, an old adobe on artsy Canyon Road or a home with views of the serene mountains and endless skies, we will find the house best to suit your needs.
Tourism has been a major element to Santa Fe's economy. With great weather and four seasons, people travel to Santa Fe from all over the world year-round. A plethora of outdoor activities such as skiing, river rafting, fly fishing on the Pecos, hiking, camping, horseback riding and biking attract visitors as well.
With so many Santa Fe attractions to see and restaurants to enjoy, you'll want to spend at least a week in our beautiful City. We have the world renowned Santa Fe Opera which runs during July and August. During the year, the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival performs and you don't want to forget our legendary Lensic Theatre. We are home to the Santa Fe Indian Market, International Folk Art Market and Spanish Market. These are some of the events you don't want to miss when visiting Santa Fe! In early September, the annual Santa Fe Fiesta celebrates our heritage. Later in the month, you can be a part of the Santa Fe Wine and Chile Fiesta.
The City of Santa Fe is recognized for its art, fine restaurants and outdoor scenery. Canyon Road, which is just east of the Plaza, is an art lover's paradise. With the highest concentration of art galleries, it is a major destination for international collectors, tourists and locals. It ranks third after New York and San Francisco as a major art destination. Our restaurants are world class and offer the best in spicy Northern New Mexican cuisine from award winning chefs.