Santa Fe’s Eastside, adjacent to downtown and the Plaza, is the heart of Santa Fe’s historic area filled with adobe homes dating back to the early 20th and 19th century. Homes are nestled together and often hidden behind romantic garden walls. The Eastside is a walker’s paradise with the Santa Fe River flowing through it and adjacent trails into the foothills. Legendary Canyon Road is in the heart of the Eastside and offers some of the city’s best art galleries, shops and restaurants.
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At 7,200 feet above sea level, Santa Fe enjoys all four seasons with summers that feel like you could be in the South of France, crisp falls and the magic of snow in the winter. And with each season you’ll enjoy Santa Fe’s famous bright blue skies.
The city receives an average of 26 inches of snow each year, making it a popular ski destination. With an average of more than 300 sunny days a year, Santa Fe’s temperatures are one of the many reasons people from around the world flock to the city.
Things to Do In Santa Fe
Relish your Albondigas, Chicharones, and Ceviche while watching a Flamenco dance show or enjoying some live music! Check out multiple eateries and get a private tasting during one of the many restaurant walking tours organized by the Santa Fe School of Cooking.
Santa Fe’s rich history is kept alive by its many historical sites. Learn all about the American Southwest’s colorful past, from the rich history of Native Americans and Spanish colonists to cowboys and outlaws, at the New Mexico History Museum.
With more than 250 art galleries, Santa Fe is the third-largest art market in the U.S.
Whatever your passion is, there is an event in Santa Fe for you! Participate in parades, art markets, and the famous torching of Zozobra. Bike through the gorgeous Santa Fe landscape during the annual Santa Fe Century bike ride or sample soups from dozens of local chefs at the Souper Bowl.
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