New Mexico

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New Mexico Cities and Regions

Albuquerque

New Mexico’s largest city. Check out its Old Town, museums, and the world’s longest aerial tram up Sandia Mountain (perfect for views of city lights and sunsets).

Santa Fe

The highest U.S. state capital at 7,000 feet, Santa Fe is a city of fine dining and world-class art; stroll the Plaza, Canyon Road, and Museum Hill. See our Santa Fe Travel Guide

Taos

Quirky, artsy Taos is the seat of New Mexico’s artistic tradition. Explore the historic plaza, Taos Pueblo (the oldest continuously inhabited community in the U.S.), and surrounding national forest. See our Taos Travel Guide.

Farmington/Four Corners

Find museum-quality goods from nearby Navajo nation, great hiking, and the Four Corners Monument, the only place where four states – New Mexico, Utah, Arizona, and Colorado – meet.

Silver City

Nestled between mountains and beside the massive 3.3 million acre Gila Wilderness, this small town is home to colorful galleries, bistros, and the gateway to the Gila Cliff Dwellings.

Southern New Mexico

Venture south of Albuquerque for natural wonders like the Carlsbad Caverns and the White Sands National Monument, plus quaint mountain towns like Ruidoso and Cloudcroft.

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