If you are feeling adventurous, Albuquerque is a the perfect place for you.
Albuquerque is a colorful town surrounded by natural beauty.
It’s a great destination for solo trips, romantic getaways, or family vacations.
Don’t forget to visit Old Town, the historic and cultural heart of the city.
Surrounded by rugged natural beauty, Albuquerque is definitely a prime location for outdoor activities.
Having only a day to visit Albuquerque doesn’t mean you cannot enjoy an ultimate trip experience. Have a stroll at downtown Albuquerque to see amazing big murals that fill up the whole side of the building. When you are still hanging in downtown, don’t forget to visit The Kimo Theater. Formerly, it was structured as a film palace. Nowadays, it is used as a performance theater hosting ballet, plays, musical acts, as well as film festivals. If you love to visit a nature attraction, go to Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge. You will discover walking trails, fantastic photo opportunities, and world-renowned birding.
The best way to see the city is through Sandia Peak Tramway. Ride the tram up to the head of the Sandia Mountains. Explore the forest region, watch skiers, don’t forget to bring a picnic. Eat at the eatery at the base of the tram. Reserve a place for dinner at TEN 3, a restaurant located at the peak of the mountain. You can have a fun and unique ABC dining experience here.
Learn the culture of Albuquerque by visiting Albuquerque Museum. Formerly, this museum is known as the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History. With an engaging and amazing Albuquerque history exhibition that is innovative, intelligent, and simple to learn and a lasting New Mexico art collection that stretches out to twentieth-century masterpieces from Taos, it's an incredible destination to explore as a feature of any visit to Old Town. There is free entrance on Sunday mornings, as well as free guided strolling tours through Old Town on Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday at 11 am (April through November).
The best time to visit Albuquerque is from September to November. The fall season has pleasantly warm temperatures.
Visiting Albuquerque is not complete without seeing its landmark. One of the most famous landmarks of this city is the Petroglyph National Monument. Extending for 17 miles (27 km) along the volcanic basalt ledge known as the West Mesa, Petroglyph National Monument is a protected area that is home to one of the biggest petroglyph sites in North America. This rough landscape boasts symbols, drawings, and structures cut into the volcanic stone which are of amazingly high spiritual and cultural significance. Visit this landmark and get very awesome photos. Don’t forget to bring some water and sunglasses!
Hotel Chaco is the newest luxury hotel in Albuquerque. Located close to the heart of Old Town Albuquerque, it offers 188 luxury and spacious rooms and suites. Have a wonderful stay at this lovely hotel. You will never regret staying here. Meanwhile, Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town provides sophisticated hospitality with ultimate comfort and amenities. This hotel is near several attractions, museums, shops, and parks, so it’s really ideal to support your traveling moment.
After you ride a tramp to the peak of the mountain in Sandia Peak Tramway, don’t forget to have a meal at TEN 3. Come hungry and discover a special spot. Enjoy delicious cuisines cooked by Chef J. Martin Torrez and his team. Another best restaurant you should visit is Ben Michael's Restaurant. Enjoy homemade flan, vegetarian menus, and many more appealing cuisines. Having a meal here will be one of the most unique dining experiences you have!
Don’t forget to purchase some unique souvenirs before you leave Albuquerque. One of the nice souvenir stores you can visit is Wild West T's & Gifts. It has a great selection of items at reasonable prices. In addition, The Next Best Thing to Being There is a wonderful shop full of amazing things from all over the world. enjoy your shopping as you mingle with friendly staff.