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Santa Fe, New Mexico Travel Guide

Visiting Santa Fe? You will find all the information you need to plan your vacation, day trip, resort stay or evening out in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Whether you are looking for art galleries, a resort, the top Santa Fe restaurants or a place to have fun with your child, you will find what you need to know in our articles and resources.
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Santa Fe Indian Market 2009 Photos
The Santa Fe Indian Market in 2009 provided opportunity for photography as well as for shopping and visiting the artists. This is a gallery of photographs from Indian Market in Santa Fe 2009.

2010 in Santa Fe - City of Art Markets and Festivals
Santa Fe is always a city of art, but you'll especially enjoy your visit during one of the internationally known art markets or festivals.

The Best Southwest Spas
Been craving some rest and relaxation? You’ve come to the right place. The Southwest is filled with places that will pamper your body and sooth your soul. Here’s a list of some of the best places to get a spa treatment.

Santa Fe's Historic Plaza - The Center of Cultural and Social Activity
Santa Fe's historic Plaza is the center of activity for visitors and locals alike. Whether you are attending an annual festival or going shopping, the Plaza is where you will want to be.

A Dozen Free Things to Do and See in Santa Fe, New Mexico
Santa Fe, the City Different, is a wonderful place to explore. Many Santa Fe New Mexico places are free to visitors.[

Santa Fe Farmers Market
Santa Fe has a great year round Farmers Market. Sunset Magazine calls the Santa Farmers Market one of the Top 10 Markets in American

Santa Fe International Folk Art Market
The Santa Fe International Folk Art Market takes place each July. Talented artists from more than 45 countries showcase their amazing one-of-a-kind pieces – from weavings and pottery to rugs, clothing, jewelry and everything in between. In addition to must-have-art, you will enjoy musical performances, artist’s demonstrations and tasty ethnic foods.

Georgia O'Keeffe Art Museum in Santa Fe New Mexico
The Georiga O'Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe houses the largest collection of O'Keefe's work. The museum also presents at least three special exhibitions annually. There is an excellent restaurant and gift shop.

Tips for Visitors to Santa Fe
Santa Fe is full of surprises. Here are some tips for visitors that the guide books may not tell you. After spending time with Santa Fe locals, we found some great travel things to do and places to go that will enhance your Santa Fe vacation.

Santa Fe Spanish Market - Visit the Traditional and the Contemporary
Santa Fe's Spanish Market, held in July, celebrates the colorful Hispanic culture of Northern New Mexico. The tradiitonal Spanish Market features handcrafted arts by 250 local Hispanic artists, music and regional foods. The same weekend, visit the contemporary Spanish Market.

Native Treasures Indian Arts Festival - Santa Fe, New Mexico
Annual Indian Arts Festival is Santa Fe’s only museum-quality Indian art show. Presented by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Native Treasures features over 140 Native American artists, who are specially invited by the Museum to represent the best of the Indian art world.

Beautiful Bronze of Native American Saint - Santa Fe, New Mexico - Photo Album
Indian woman depicted in a beautiful bronze in front of Santa Fe’s St. Francis of Assissi Cathedral. She is named Kateri Tekakwitha. She is also known as Lily of the Mohawks and joined the well-known statue of Archbishop Jean Baptiste Lamy in front of Santa Fe’s St. Francis Cathedral in 2002

Christmas in Santa Fe, New Mexico - Making Special Holiday Memories
Like so many things in Santa Fe, Christmas is celebrated just a little differently. The combination of Western, Hispanic and Native American traditions blend into a holiday celebration not duplicated anywhere else. Here's information on all the Christmas delights in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Fall in Santa Fe - Aspens, Roasting Chilis, and Wine
Fall brings color, smells and special tastes to Santa Fe, New Mexico. Enjoy the Wine and Chili Fiesta, take a scenic drive to see the Fall colors or smell the roasting chilis on the corners throughout Santa Fe.

Holiday Time in Santa Fe, New Mexico - Tips for Santa Fe Holiday Travel
I just found out about the joys of the holidays in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Sometimes the best ideas come from enthusiastic friends who have explored their “secret holiday place” for several years and cannot contain their excitement.

Rancho de las Golondrinas - New Mexico Home of Josephina, American Girl
Rancho de las Golondrinas, just south of Santa Fe, New Mexico, is a Spanish colonial living history site. It is also a beautiful park with rolling hills, river valley and scenic mills and historic buildings dotting the countryside.Rancho de las Golondrinas was the inspiration for Josephina, American Girl, a popular historical children's book and doll.

Rancho de las Golondrinas - New Mexico Living History Ranch
Rancho de las Golondrinas, just south of Santa Fe, New Mexico, is a Spanish colonial living history site. It is also a beautiful park with rolling hills, river valley and scenic mills and historic buildings dotting the countryside.

Santa Fe Indian Market - What You Need to Know About the Santa Fe Indian Market
Each year the Santa Fe Indian Market includes 1,200 artists from about 100 tribes who show their work in over 600 booths. The event attracts an estimated 100,000 visitors to Santa Fe from all over the world. Buyers, collectors and gallery owners come to Indian Market to take advantage of the opportunity to buy directly from the artists. Quality is the hallmark of the Santa Fe Indian Market.

Santa Fe on a Budget
This is not really a story about what to see and do in Santa Fe. It is an attempt at getting you around this popular area without destroying your budget. As with most tourist meccas, Santa Fe offers plenty of easy ways to pay top dollar for things that won't really enhance your experience.

Santa Fe Places to See and Things to Do
Santa Fe is one of the top destinations in the Southwest. Top 10 things to do and see in Santa Fe.

Santa Fe's ARTFeast
Each February, the arts and culinary venues collide for a marvelous combination named ARTFeast. Participants can enjoy a delicious tasting tour of Santa Fe's galleries.

Santa Fe's Railyard - A Destination for the Arts, Dining and Recreation
Santa Fe’s Railyard is now home to more than trains. It is fast becoming a vibrant eclectic area filled with art, dining, entertainment and recreation. The Railyard is another central Santa Fe destination.

Santa Fe's St. Francis Cathedral's Bronze Statue of Indian Woman - Who Is She?
Who is the Indian woman depicted in a beautiful bronze in front of Santa Fe’s St. Francis of Assissi Cathedral? I was drawn to this statue of a magical and beautiful woman, adorned with turquoise jewelry, holding eagle feathers. She is named Kateri Tekakwitha. She is also known as Lily of the Mohawks

Santa Fe, New Mexico - Great Things to do Outdoors in the Santa Fe Area
Santa Fe, New Mexico is home to beautiful shops, galleries and restaurants, but there are great outdoor things to do as well. We have chosen some great places to walk and hike during your Santa Fe vacation.

Santa Fe, New Mexico for Romantics - Sweet Valentine's Packages
Santa Fe can be romantic any time of the year. This beautiful town, steeped in history, and an art-lovers delight, has great little shops for couples to explore and wonderful restaurants perfect for a special evening out.

Tour Rancho de las Golondrinas, Santa Fe's Living History Museum.
Tour Rancho de las Golondrinas, Santa Fe's Living History Museum.

What's New in Santa Fe, New Mexico? Events, Things to Do and Enjoy in Santa Fe
Find out about Santa Fe festivals, activities and events.

Perfect Santa Fe Itinerary
Planning a weekend getaway? Here's a perfect three-day itinerary for a trip to Santa Fe.

Satisfaction in Santa Fe
From festivals to farmers markets to the great outdoors, there’s a little something for everyone in Santa Fe.

Celebrate the Holidays in Santa Fe
If you enjoy traveling to Santa Fe (and let’s face it, who doesn’t?), there’s no better time to go than during the holidays, when the snow-lined roofs and candlelit walkways at famous local attractions provide a gorgeous backdrop for the season.

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