Santa Fe, New Mexico

Old town street road in Santa Fe, New Mexico city with adobe style architecture


With its pueblo-style architecture, centuries-old history, and world-renowned art scene, it’s no surprise that Santa Fe attracts—and continues to draw—visitors from all over the country. The city’s namesake Plaza is regarded as the soul of the metropolis, so be sure to bring a comfortable pair of walking shoes.

From there, take part in the city’s Margarita Trail, browse galleries on Canyon Road, or explore the Palace of the Governors, Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, New Mexico Museum of Art, and Museum of International Folk Art. Complete your visit with a bowl of delicious chile at The Shed, a popular local joint.