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Few have proven impervious to the charms of New Mexico's state capital. Nestled along the enchanting Sangre de Cristo foothills, Santa Fe fuses majestic natural beauty with vivacious arts, culture, and award-winning gastronomy. Everchanging and exciting, this eclectic cultural hub offers the ultimate mix of the familiar and the exotic. Iconic Pueblo-style architecture and Spanish colonial influences set this town a world apart from any other corner of the country, with Santa Fe always living up to its tagline, “The City Different.” Offering all the thrills and cultural intrigue of a far-off destination, all within the United States, this fascinating city gives a new dimension to the increasingly popular adage of “being a tourist in your own country”.
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Luxury home rentals, with full services and support, can be arranged to accommodate groups of varying sizes and are ideal for lavish events. A wide roster of specially curated properties makes up the lists of the world’s most exquisite vacation estates. No matter what your chosen destination, when you are seeking the best homes, you have the most elite selection from which to choose when booking your stay with LVH.
Between its clear skies, striking desert mountains, and tantalizing Southwestern culture, Santa Fe has become a bastion of sunkissed fine living. Perusing the quaint classic adobe neighborhoods dazzling in rich terracotta palettes, there is no denying this city's timeless and Earthy allure. Reconciling a laid back small community ambiance with all the comforts and amenities of the big city, Santa Fe and its peripheries have become far more than a pit stop. The region's staggering beauty and far-reaching vantage points along the Sangre de Cristo and Jemez mountain ranges offer the ultimate backdrop for some of the world's most revered super homes. A beacon of luxury living amid New Mexico's gorgeous landscapes, Santa Fe is home to unique neighborhoods showcasing a rich and eclectic local culture. Here are some of Santa Fe's neighborhoods to visit: The Historic District, Canyon Road, Railway and Guadalupe Districts, Midtown, and Southside.
New Mexico is far more than a state capital, it's a culinary mecca delivering a unique melting pot of local and global flavors. From traditional home-style stapes to globetrotting fusion cuisine with a delectable Southwestern twist, Santa Fe boasts a vibrant fine dining scene that never rests on its laurels. Mexican, Mediterranean, Asian, or African, Santa Fe's restaurant scene doubles down on exoticism and novelty with unique dishes curated from the freshest local produce. Flaunting some of the nation's hottest restaurants and high-concept dining experiences, gourmands will find a welcome home in this high desert oasis. Here is a list of Santa Fe's most revered fine dining establishments: Radish and Rye, The Compound, Restaurant Martin, 315 Restaurant and Wine Bar, La Plazuela at La Fonda, Anasazi, Santacafe, La Boca, The Bull Ring, and Terra.
Santa Fe's wondrous natural surroundings have offered no shortage of inspiration for some of America's most legendary painters. An enclave of creativity for over a century, this bohemian art colony has been called home by Andrew Dasburg, Randall Davey, Gustave Baumann, Will Shuster, Marsden Hartley, and Georgia O'Keeffe. The city's prestigious cultural cachet is honored with an impressive breadth of museums and more than a hundred galleries that will dazzle the art historian and collector alike. A small desert city with a spectacular influence on art history, no visit to Santa Fe is complete with a thorough visit to the following world-class cultural institutions: Museum of International Folk Art, Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Nedra Matteucci Galleries, Meow Wolf Santa Fe, New Mexico Museum of Art, Luca Decor, Rainbow Man, Canyon Road Contemporary Art, Evoke Contemporary, Santa Fe Trails Fine Art.
Four seasons of fine weather manifest in a jam-packed itinerary of celebrations and events. No matter what time of year you visit, there will be an opportunity to tap into Sante Fe's rich local culture. Between open-air opera, art fairs, open markets, sporting events, and international festivals, the city offers robust annual programming sure to delight far and wide. Showcasing unique artisanal traditions and a voracious appetite for the arts, Santa Fe shines with the following annual events: Santa Fe Film Festival, Balloons Over Angel Fire Festival, Currents New Media Festival, Rodeo de Santa Fe, Santa Fe Opera, Art Santa Fe, Burning of Zozobra, GFNY Santa Fe, Santa Fe Farolito Walk.
Elevated at 7000 feet, Santa Fe peers into the purest expression of New Mexico's natural beauty. Perched in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo range, this city overlooks a region of colorful hills, mesas, and isolated mountains. A short drive brings guests from the bustle of downtown to the majestic high desert, brisk alpine climes, and verdant river valleys, offering an unmatched backdrop for thrilling summer and winter recreation. Santa Fe's peripheries are an outdoorsman's haven, with larger-than-life panoramas and stratospheric vistas that will spellbind the photographer of your group. Here are Santa Fe's top outdoor activities: hiking, white water rafting, fishing, and skiing.