New Mexico Travel

  • Best Santa Fe Accommodations
    If this is your first visit to Santa Fe, you'll find that the most atmospheric part of the city is around the original central Plaza, dating from the earliest Spanish town of 1610. The best Santa Fe a....
  • New Mexico Hotels
    The stunning scenery of New Mexico makes a memorable vacation, whether you're interested in hiking into the back country or just sitting around a flower-filled patio in Santa Fe. The climate, the bril....
  • Santa Fe Bed And Breakfast
    One of the most fascinating things about a stay in Santa Fe is to see all the many artworks, crafts and paintings on display in this historic city. Santa Fe is home to over 100 art galleries, which f....
  • About Santa Fe New Mexico
    If you're interested in contemporary art, you'll want to learn about Santa Fe, New Mexico. Both Santa Fe and Taos, New Mexico became magnets for artists in the 20th century. The combination of stark....
  • Santa Fe New Mexico Lodging Options
    If you're visiting Santa Fe, New Mexico, you have many lodging options. All the major hotels and motel chains are represented in this increasingly cosmopolitan city. But perhaps one of the more uniqu....
  • Santa Fe New Mexico Hotel Choices
    One of the most exciting things about a stay in Santa Fe is to explore the wonderful and varied villages and towns just outside the outskirts of the city. Usually when you drive into the countryside ....
  • New Mexico Lodging Basics
    Your New Mexico experience can be as varied as your imagination. The scenery can go from verdant alpine meadows filled with wildflowers to stretches of desert with nothing but cactus and roadrunners.....
  • Albuquerque
    Albuquerque, New Mexico is the biggest city in the state. Yet considering its population is only 450,000, and a mountain hike is only 15 minutes away from the center of town, Albuquerque is never too....
  • About Albuquerque New Mexico
    Albuquerque, New Mexico is a unique blend of historic museums and spirited Tex-Mex culture. A Spanish settlement on the banks of the Rio Grande, Albuquerque still has the remnants of its quaint old to....
  • Taos
    Taos gets its name from the Indian pueblo that has been continuously occupied for centuries. A Spanish town, Don Fernando de Taos, is now a modern artistic community. The outlying Rancho de Taos was ....