It's a very nice place to go shopping. I always visit my Grandmas jewelry shop when I visit in the summer...
I really enjoyed the craft / art shops with owners in house. I met several artist that I purchased pieces from. Weavers , jewelry and potery from local artists..some shops typical tourist items but most are very unique to Albq. Resteraunts are good... parking OK...have cash to pay for parking. Great map available in most shops to find your way... More
I've visited the Old town several times and although there is a lot of rubbish on sale in the gift shops, there is some really excellent art and jewellery around also. The area has a nice feel to it. I have eaten here on previous occasions and had very nice meals. The area is a relief from the cement sky... More
you've been to Santa Fe but now see a plaza which is not so pretentious. that speaks about how the Burque sees itself. sure, we know the the SF flash causes visitors to think all NM is like that place, Canyon Road, restaurants, skiing, all that. this plaza and the buildings around and off have a more a normal person... More
The architecture is authentic. There are nice restaurants and it's close to several museums. There are many galleries an shops and a few that are more affordable. The church is long standing and beautiful.
Old town Albuquerque offers a look at a past era. Lots of history ....Great shopping ...very unique stores. .Dont miss the St Frances Church. It dates from the 1700's
Old Town is a local tourist spot in Albuquerque . There are many stores with everything from inexpensive tourist merchandise to expensive jewelry . There are often musicians and various other types of free entertainments taking place during the afternoon and evenings . There are restaurants with a southwestern flair and beverages . A stroll around the area is pleasant... More
When visiting Albuquerque include a stop in Old Town. In addition to authentic shops stop by the Albuquerque Museun to find out about the history of the area or take a walking tour of the area.
Very historic and true old (New Mexico) during the holidays. Safe and clean. Lots of lil shops will give a taste of the area and state. Parking pretty easy with patience.
Lots of shops. Historical digestion look at. Weekend gunfight shows in the street.lots of good places to eat. Eat where presidents eat when in Alba. Every thing from tshirts to museum quality Indian blankets and pottery
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