About Santa Fe

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Santa Fe New Mexico, the “Land of Enchantment”.  At nearly 7000ft,  the oldest State Capital in the country, nestled into the base of the Sangre de Cristo mountains, offering the best of all 4 seasons and the richest blue sky you have ever seen!  Considered one of the great destination cities of the world, Santa Fe delivers a rich multicultural experience like no other.  Offering a blend of Indigenous Pueblo and Hispanic influences, Santa Fe is as diverse in its offerings as its people!  Considered the second largest art market in the country, Galleries and Artist abound.  Outdoors enthusiast will enjoy the many experiences in and around the Santa Fe area, from skiing, hiking, fishing and site seeing – Santa Fe truly has it all!
Bienvenidos ~ Welcome to Santa Fe!

Read what others have to say about Santa Fe.

  • For the eighth year in a row, Santa Fe has made Travel + Leisure (T+L) magazine’s “World’s Best Awards” list of top 10 favorite Continental United States and Canadian travel destinations. For 2009 Santa Fe is ranked as the fifth most popular travel city in North America by the magazine’s travel-savvy readers. In 2008 Santa Fe was also in the poll’s fifth spot while in 2007 Santa Fe ranked fourth. Clearly, Santa Fe remains an enduring favorite with the publication’s large group of sophisticated and passionate travelers.
  • On Sperling’s Best Places to Live list dated March 15, 2007, Santa Fe is second among the Ten Best Places to Live, and takes second-best place for artists and creatives.
  • Santa Fe is second on a list of 11 cities acclaimed as Best Places to Live in the October 2007 issue of Resident magazine.
  • Santa Fe ranked fifth in Best Towns 2007 by Outside Magazine in its August 2007 issue.
  • Santa Fe is the second best place to live in the United States, according to Cities Ranked & Rated. The book released in 2004 gave Santa Fe the second highest marks as the most livable city in the country.
  • Santa Fe was rated America’s Healthiest City by Organic Style magazine in September 2003.
  • Santa Fe appeared in the “10 Best Places for Business and Careers” as determined by Forbes magazine in the May, 2003 issue.
  • In April of 2003, AARP Magazine named Santa Fe one of the 15 best places in the country to “reinvent yourself.”

Here are two of my favorite art-related links:

www.ManitouGalleries.com
www.WilliamHaskell.com