A New Mexico destination defined by its legendary history, Taos is framed by the alpine peaks of the Sangre de Cristo mountains and home to the famed Taos Pueblo - one of New Mexico’s UNESCO World Heritage sites. A prominent blend of native, artistic and outdoor cultures collide in this eclectic enclave.
Santa Fe, our legendary state capital, brims with history, heritage and art. A landmark of Northern New Mexico, Santa Fe's Historic Plaza offers visitors a wealth of experiences ranging from history museums and public performances to more modern dining and nightlife attractions.
Albuquerque, New Mexico’s largest city, is one of the most culturally diverse and historic cities in North America. Located on the historic crossroads of the Camino Real, the "King's Road," it blends a regal Spanish heritage with a cosmopolitan downtown, the hip and historic vibe of Nob Hill and the 1950s kitsch architecture found along old Route 66.
New Mexico’s third largest city blends a university feel with old Mexican charm. Las Cruces thrums with the rhythms of Mariachi music and the smoky heat of green chile (much of New Mexico’s famous crop come from the nearby Hatch Valley). Old West ranching history, flavored with Mexican heritage, can be found in the city’s museums and historic plaza.