Santa Fe

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ShermansTravel experts do the legwork – literally – to walk you through the neighborhoods and regions in your destination. From local geography to notable landmarks to the hotel and restaurant meccas, we detail which areas to scope out during your stay and which spots aren’t worth the cab fare.

Santa Fe Neighborhoods

Plaza

Head to Santa Fe’s central plaza for outdoor music, galleries, gift shops, and opportunities to purchase handmade Native American jewelry straight from the artists.

Guadalupe District

Channel your inner cowboy by dining at the hip Cowgirl Hall of Fame and shopping at the trendy western Design Center and Sanbusco Market Center.

Canyon Road

Explore more than 100 contemporary art galleries that attract collectors from around the world, and stroll through El Zaguan’s Victorian Bandelier Garden.

Railyard

In summer 2008 this up-and-coming ‘hood will house the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market, a train station linking Santa Fe to Albuquerque, plus shops, restaurants, galleries, and hiking trails.

Barrio de Analco

Get lost in Santa Fe’s past and discover the oldest house in the U.S. along with San Miguel Church – two of the oldest buildings in the country. Cute shops and cafes complete this charming area.

Second Street

Anchored by the Second Street Brewery, more and more art galleries and boutique shops are popping up in this laid-back neighborhood.

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