- 1 How many days do you need in Santa Fe?
- 2 Where should I stop between Sedona and Santa Fe?
- 3 Is Santa Fe worth visiting?
- 4 What is there to do in Santa Fe for 2 days?
- 5 Which is better Santa Fe or Taos?
- 6 What is the best month to visit Santa Fe?
- 7 Where should I stop between Sedona and San Diego?
- 8 Where should I stop between Palm Springs and Sedona?
- 9 Is there a train from Albuquerque to Santa Fe?
- 10 How do I spend my day in Santa Fe?
- 11 What’s so great about Santa Fe?
- 12 Is it better to stay in Albuquerque or Santa Fe?
- 13 Is it safe to visit Santa Fe?
- 14 How many days do you need in Taos?
- 15 What is there to do in Santa Fe for a week?
How many days do you need in Santa Fe?
You could spend 2 days to a lifetime in Santa Fe and not see and do everything in the area. For a summer trip, plan on 3 full days in Santa Fe. Most of the museums, historic sites, restaurants etc are in the downtown Plaza, Canyon Road and Railyard areas, easily walkable or via public transportation.
Where should I stop between Sedona and Santa Fe?
Best stops along Sedona to Santa Fe drive
- Walnut Canyon National Monument.
- Sunset Crater.
- Tonto Creek Fish Hatchery.
- Meteor Crater Natural Landmark.
- Standin’ on The Corner Foundation.
- Homolovi State Park.
- Rock Art Ranch.
- Jim Gray’s Petrified Wood Co.
Is Santa Fe worth visiting?
Yes, Santa Fe is a great old small City founded over 400 years ago by the Spanish & has unique architecture & food. New Mexico is a great state, northern part has big mountains & world class hiking trails & skiing. Southern New Mexico has the totally great Carlsbad Caverns huge & amazing, a definite visit.
What is there to do in Santa Fe for 2 days?
If you have two days in Santa Fe, add any of the following:
- Take a cooking class at the renowned Santa Fe Cooking School and learn how to make your own southwestern-inspired dishes.
- Walk around the Farmers’ Market (Tuesday and Saturday mornings) and see what New Mexico farmers are growing.
Which is better Santa Fe or Taos?
Taos is glorious scenery, but Santa Fe is pretty scenic too, and as the state capitol, is much larger with more things to do. For girls of their ages, the History Museum and the Folk Art Museum will be a good fit, as will Rancho de las Golondrinas. Fun and inexpensive shopping at Jackalope and Doodlets.
What is the best month to visit Santa Fe?
The best time to visit Santa Fe is between September and November. During this time, temperatures range from the high 20s to high 70s. One can argue that springtime has a similar climate with similar hotel rates, but the festivals make fall the clear winner.
Where should I stop between Sedona and San Diego?
If you want or need to break up the trip from Sedona to San Diego, Yuma, Arizona on the Colorado River next to the California border is a logical point to stop at. It’s reasonably midway between the two locations you’ll start and end at, and just 292 miles and 4 hours, 27 minutes of straight driving time from Sedona.
Where should I stop between Palm Springs and Sedona?
The top stops along the way from Greater Palm Springs to Sedona (with short detours) are Desert Botanical Garden, Musical Instrument Museum, and The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens. Other popular stops include Montezuma Castle National Monument, Phoenix Zoo, and Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium & Safari Park.
Is there a train from Albuquerque to Santa Fe?
The New Mexico Rail Runner Express is the only train that offers quick, easy service from Albuquerque to Santa Fe, the capital of New Mexico. The train, which also makes stops throughout Albuquerque’s metro, zips through ancient Pueblo lands with stunning scenic views on its way to historic Santa Fe.
How do I spend my day in Santa Fe?
Our one day Santa Fe itinerary
- Santa Fe Plaza.
- Santa Fe’s Margarita Trail.
- Palace of the Governors & the New Mexico Museum of History.
- Buying Native American jewelry.
- Other shopping in Santa Fe.
- La Fonda on the Plaza.
- Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi.
- Loretto Chapel.
What’s so great about Santa Fe?
New Mexico’s capital city is beloved for its relaxed pace, stimulating culture, fantastic food, historic architecture, and at least 46 more things we’re just about to brag about. What is it about Santa Fe that feels like home, even to those of us who come from other places?
Is it better to stay in Albuquerque or Santa Fe?
If you want to stay in a place and just walk around and visit, then stay in Santa Fe. It is more expensive, but the touristy areas are closer together. If you want to use one place as a center location for day trips, stay in Albuquerque. Albuquerque is cheaper and there is a lot to do close by.
Is it safe to visit Santa Fe?
When it comes to safety, Santa Fe visitors should be more concerned about the elements and altitude than the crime rate, which is relatively low. The area’s elevation and dry climate may pose health risks – particularly altitude sickness – to those who are not used to it.
How many days do you need in Taos?
Taos is certainly very doable as a day trip from Santa Fe. However, I think Taos best reveals its charm when you spend at least 1, and preferably 2, nights in Taos. There’s just a different rhythm and feel to the town before the day trippers come and after they leave.
What is there to do in Santa Fe for a week?
How to Spend a Weekend in Santa Fe, New Mexico
- Art Gallery on Canyon Road.
- New Mexico Museum of Art.
- Santa Fe Plaza.