Visiting Santa Fe
Visiting Santa Fe?
No matter why you're visiting -- whether it's for the city’s rich history, multiculturalism, art scene, food, or anything else -- you're sure to find lots to see and do in Santa Fe.
Here are a few tips to get the most out of your visit.
Santa Fe is serviced locally by Santa Fe Municipal Airport. A few airlines offer direct flights to Santa Fe from certain cities in the U.S., and that number is steadily growing.
If you can’t catch a direct flight from your city to Santa Fe, you may fly into Albuquerque International Sunport and then catch a short connecting flight or drive to Santa Fe. Santa Fe is about an hour from ABQ via car.
Sandia Shuttle Express:
Bullseye Resource Center is about half a mile from the Santa Fe Depot. Take the New Mexico Rail Runner Express.
La Fonda on the Plaza 100 E San Francisco St.
El Rey Inn
La Posada de Santa Fe Resort & Spa
Sushi Land East
Santa Fe is a semi-arid climate at high elevation. The summers are hot, and the winters can be quite cool. Santa Fe can experience wide temperature variance in a given day. The prevailing weather pattern can also change quickly. When visiting Santa Fe during the spring, fall or winter, we recommend bringing a warm jacket for the evenings.
Sights & Entertainment
Historic sites include the New Mexico State Capitol, Loretto Chapel, and the San Miguel Mission. Additionally, it’s highly recommended you stop by the Santa Fe Railyard Arts District. For more suggestions, please visit the Santa Fe Tourism Bureau website.