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Venture into the unspoiled beauty of 7,000-foot Rocky Mountain vistas, marvel at the contrast of ancient native culture mixed with modern arts, feast on legendary cuisine and relax in rustic sophistication. A visit to Santa Fe, Travel & Leisure's #1 Cultural Getaway, feels a lot like a visit to Europe. The Spanish Colonial charm of this historic destination has been enchanting travelers for over 400 years. And Santa Fe shows no signs of slowing down.
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- ByParentsThe Family Vacation Guide to Santa FeAs we enter Santa Fe Plaza, a band is rocking on the outdoor stage. My sons, ages 7 and 5, instantly catch the energy, chasing each other across the grass, skipping along the paved paths, and hopping giddily from bench to bench amid the throngs of tourists. Nearly two centuries after it first greeted traders on the Santa Fe Trail, this thriving square -- appropriately dubbed the heart of Santa Fe -- still welcomes visitors with a unique mix of cultures. To one side, Native American craft vendors line the veranda of the historic Palace of the Governors, while along the other sides, cobblestone streets bustle with shops and restaurants. Throughout the city's old town, Spanish colonial and Pueblo-style architecture transport us to another place and time. We've visited my parents in Santa Fe every summer since the boys were born, and we've found it offers a rare combination of outdoor adventure and cultural exploration. At an elevation of 7,000 feet (higher than any other state capital), it also boasts 300 days of sunshine a year -- a welcome antidote to the seemingly endless winter of our Montana home. Read More:https://www.parents.com/fun/vacation/ideas/the-family-vacation-guide-to-santa-fe/17 items
- ByMapa-Múndi Blog I Carolina CaioO que visitar em Santa Fe, Novo MexicoOs principais destinos escolhidos pelos brasileiros que vão aos Estados Unidos geralmente são Nova York, Orlando, Miami e Los Angeles; é difícil de imaginar um planejamento de viagem que envolva a região do Novo México. No entanto, apresentaremos uma cidade incrivelmente rica em cultura e arte: Santa Fé, capital do Novo México. Santa Fé, a segunda cidade mais antiga dos Estados Unidos, fica próxima de Albuquerque. Assim como o inglês, o espanhol também é considerado idioma oficial da região, proveniente da influência mexicana. Além disso, a influência indígena é também muito forte e pode ser compreendida a partir do artesanato e da arquitetura local. A cidade possui uma arquitetura singular, com construções feitas de adobe, uma mistura de barro com areia. Santa Fé é uma capital muito envolvida com artes e ao passear pela cidade, é fácil notar que as ruas são repletas de galerias. Na cidade, está localizada a Santa Fe University of Arts and Designs, que tem cursos de arte como destaque. LEIA MAIS EM: http://www.mapamundiblog.com.br/destino/lugares-para-visitar-em-santa-fe/11 items
- ByAndrey NNew MexicoFeaturing: The Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi, Loretto Chapel, Palace of the Governors, Scottish Rite Temple, San Miguel Mission, El Santuario de Chimayo, Sanctuario de Chimayo, High Road to Taos, El Potrero Trading Post, Taos Plaza, Taos Pueblo, Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, Taos Ski Valley Resort, Taos Visitor Center, Red River Ski & Summer Area, Bobcat Pass Wilderness Adventures, Eagle Nest Lake, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Enchanted Circle Drive19 items