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Restaurant recommendations , museums, sites, and things to do while visiting Santa Fe. You may download or print the guide but there is one in the home.
From Luxury Travel Magazine:
When you visit our vacation retreat in Santa Fe, NM, you will get the opportunity to explore this beautiful city. Santa Fe, New Mexico has been named the Best Small City in America by Condé Nast Traveler’s 26th annual Readers’ Choice Awards, a ranking of the best cities, islands, cruise lines, airlines, hotels and resorts in the world. The publication credits the destination’s cultural scene as one of its best assets, noting, no other place in the country so beautifully reflects the art, architecture, food, and crafts of centuries of Native American, Spanish, and Mexican influence.
The Condé Nast Traveler ranking is one of several important accolades Santa Fe has garnered thus far. Earlier this year, Santa Fe’s winding streets and abundance of world-class cafes and spas earned Santa Fe the No. 3 ranking as the country’s coziest city, by The Huffington Post. The website 10best.com recognized Santa Fe in myriad categories, including the nation’s top destination for a girlfriend getaway, a top 10 historic destination, and the fourth most romantic getaway in North America. Its clean air and mountain perch make it a top destination for outdoor adventure. In March, Outside crowned Santa Fe as the nation’s Best Trail Running City. The League of American Bicyclists awarded Santa Fe a Silver Level designation for its welcoming bike culture.
Through a variety of special events, visitors to Santa Fe this summer can experience first-hand the cultural and culinary scene that earned the Condé Nast Traveler ranking, including:
International Folk Art Market
Since 2004, the International Folk Art Market | Santa Fe has hosted more than 700 master folk artists from 87 countries in the world’s largest exhibition and sale of works by master folk artists. Earnings have exceeded $20 million and impacted over one million lives in the communities they represent. The Market offers folk artists a respected spot in the global marketplace to gather together and share their handmade traditions and to create economic, social, and individual empowerment. Folk Art Alliance
Santa Fe Indian Market
This spectacular festival is celebrating its 94th year as more than 1,000 gifted Native American artists from across the United States travel to Santa Fe to showcase their skills at the largest Native American art show and sale in the world. http://www.swaia.org/
Burning of Zozobra
The annual torching of 50-foot-tall Old Man Gloom, a puppet stuffed with thousands of scraps of paper bearing the citizenry’s sad thoughts, has been a fall highlight for 90 years. http://burnzozobra.com/
Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta
The oldest continuously celebrated community event in the country fills the historic Plaza with food and music, dancing and parades. Fiesta is the city’s most enduring tradition and one of the summer’s most anticipated weekends.
Santa fe Opera Season, June – August
Santa Fe Spanish Market
Held on the Santa Fe Plaza, the popular Spanish Market provides visitors with a great opportunity to sample the rich Hispanic culture of Northern New Mexico. Featuring arts and exhibits from over 300 traditional Hispanic artists, the market is a great place to shop for unusual souvenirs. Spanish Market
For current happenings, you may visit: http://www.santafe.org/