Just in time for spring travel plans, the new 2014 Santa Fe Travel Planner, Create your Santa Fe Adventure, makes this beautiful, historic city more accessible and more fun than ever. The 64-page, magazine-style publication has just hit the stands and is free to anyone who is thinking of visiting Santa Fe. It is packed with colorful photographs that capture the charm of the city, the grandeur of the scenery, and the diversity of culture that make this a must-see destination for travelers from all over the world. Moreover, the wealth of information in the travel planner is easy to find, easy to read, and easy to use.
The 2014 Santa Fe Travel Planner, gives a complete picture of all the many things there are to see, do, taste, and experience. Visitors can quickly discover how to enjoy the city like a local by reading about its historic neighborhoods and some local customs—like how to order chile or where to find the most scenic rooftop bars. There are maps that clearly show the important historic and cultural attractions and help visitors navigate the old town’s streets. The city’s robust art scene is described in detail so that visitors can easily locate the galleries and museums that most appeal to their individual tastes.
Anyone who comes to Santa Fe eventually wants to explore the Native American pueblos, spectacular scenery, and lovely villages in northern New Mexico. It’s a breeze with the section on day trips that includes information on the best sights in the area and maps that show how to get there. For those who prefer an active vacation, there are tips on mountain biking, hiking, golf, fitness facilities, yoga classes, and more. And of course, a comprehensive article on spas directs visitors to Santa Fe’s best for restoration and rejuvenation.
Santa Fe’s vast and varied dining scene is highlighted and there are listings for everything from chile-based local cuisine to the finest of romantic dining. There’s also information about cooking classes, wineries, and more. A comprehensive listing of Santa Fe accommodations and transportation to the city is provided to make reservations quick and easy. Complete calendars of museum exhibits and major events allow visitors to plan a trip that includes a special exhibit or unique experience, such as Indian Market in the summer or Wine and Chile Fiesta in the fall.
The 2014 travel planner is free and will be distributed throughout Santa Fe to hotels and businesses. There will be copies at the visitor centers at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center, at the Railyard Depot visitor center and at the New Mexico Tourism Department’s visitor centers. Visitors can also request copies of the 2014 travel planner online at www.santafe.org or by calling The Santa Fe Convention and Visitors Bureau at 1-800-777-2489.
Information courtesy Santa Fe CVB