Best Things to Do in Albuquerque
Start your visit off with a tour of Old Town, the epicenter of Albuquerque. This 10-block neighborhood is a living tribute to the city's Native American and Spanish heritage. Explore the Southwestern art galleries housed in ancient adobe structures and stop by the stunning Church of San Felipe de Neri, the city's oldest building. If your history quota isn't filled, then spend some time at the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History or the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. Just don't miss your chance to enjoy New Mexico's great outdoors: Devote a few hours to strolling the Paseo del Bosque or relishing the views from the Sandia Peak Tramway.
Why go: For more than 300 years, both Native American and Spanish cultures have been shaping this ... read more»
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Why go: This 16-mile long walking and biking path traces the Rio Grande River through central Albuquerque ... read more»
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