Visit Albuquerque

Visit Albuquerque
The crossroads of culture, commerce and community — Albuquerque is your portal to the Land of Enchantment and a major stop on the Camino Real or the "King's Road." New Mexico’s most populated urban center has long been considered one of most culturally diverse cities in the American West.

Founded in 1706 as a Spanish colony along the banks of the legendary Rio Gran...
The crossroads of culture, commerce and community — Albuquerque is your portal to the Land of Enchantment and a major stop on the Camino Real or the "King's Road." New Mexico’s most populated urban center has long been considered one of most culturally diverse cities in the American West.

Founded in 1706 as a Spanish colony along the banks of the legendary Rio Grande Albuquerque’s history serves as a fascinating reflection on the unique story of the Southwest. Albuquerque has long been a multicultural home to farmers, traders, adventurers and travelers who journeyed to this crossroads of culture, commerce and community.
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Visit Albuquerque
Hotel Chaco is within walking distance of the historic plaza and its quaint shops, brick paths, courtyards, and porticos. In Albuquerque's historic Old Town, you will find original Spanish Colonial architecture, as well as authentic Native American arts, crafts and handmade jewelry that is often sold directly by the artists themselves.

Head northwest of Hotel Chaco...
Hotel Chaco is within walking distance of the historic plaza and its quaint shops, brick paths, courtyards, and porticos. In Albuquerque's historic Old Town, you will find original Spanish Colonial architecture, as well as authentic Native American arts, crafts and handmade jewelry that is often sold directly by the artists themselves.

Head northwest of Hotel Chaco and take a short trip to the Rio Grande Bosque (the Spanish word for woodlands) and visit Albuquerque Bio Park’s award-winning zoo, botanical gardens and Tingley Beach.
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Visit Albuquerque
Travel up Central Avenue along a section of the famous Route 66 to the lively Nob Hill District where you'll find mid-century modern design, parks, classic neon signs, and boutique shops. Continue towards the Sandia Mountains for a walk along the foothills, or see the entire city on a breathtaking ride on the world’s third longest tramway, bridging the northeast edge of the cit...Travel up Central Avenue along a section of the famous Route 66 to the lively Nob Hill District where you'll find mid-century modern design, parks, classic neon signs, and boutique shops. Continue towards the Sandia Mountains for a walk along the foothills, or see the entire city on a breathtaking ride on the world’s third longest tramway, bridging the northeast edge of the city to the crest line of Sandia Peak. On the east side of the Sandia Mountains is Highway 14 — the ancient footpath (now scenic byway) that leads through the historic, independent mining town of Madrid and to Santa Fe.
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