Discover the Land of Enchantment
Prepare to fall in love with the sunshine, scenic landscapes, and unique local lifestyle. New Mexico's largest cities offer a world of experience right outside your front door, from an unforgettable hike to tasty Southwestern cuisine. If you are searching for your next home in Albuquerque or Santa Fe, discover everything you'll love about this area — and the dream home that awaits.
Bandelier National Monument: 40 mi. from Santa Fe
Carson National Forest: 65 mi. from Santa Fe
Chaco Canyon: 160 mi. from Albuquerque
Gila Cliff Dwellings: 260 mi. from Albuquerque
White Sands National Monument: 230 mi. from Albuquerque
There's so much to experience in Albuquerque and Santa Fe! National parks, monuments, historic sites, breweries, top-rated restaurants, 300 days of sunshine... the list goes on and on. If you're planning to be a resident of this area, these are the top attractions that you must visit as soon as you can.
Skirting the city of Albuquerque, this mountain range offers endless outdoor adventures. Hiking through fir forests, biking on dirt paths, and observing wildlife are popular activities, though you certainly don't want to skip the opportunity to watch the sunsets over the peaks.
International Balloon Fiesta
Every October, the skies around Albuquerque fill with colorful hot air balloons and the park below fills with people eager to get a glimpse of this nationally recognized attraction. The International Balloon Fiesta is an event you don't want to miss!
National Fiery Foods & Barbecue Show
If you love spicy food, you've come to the right place. Residents and visitors flock to this festival to test their taste buds and celebrate all things spicy. The National Fiery Foods & Barbecue Show takes place every year in March!
Palace of the Governors
Once Spain's seat of government for the southwest, the Palace of the Governors is now New Mexico's history museum. The 17th-century building is the oldest continually occupied structure in the United States. Take a tour for yourself to get lost in time.
Santa Fe's Railyard
The Railyard is a central hub for arts and culture in Santa Fe. Residents have joined together to transform the historic rail yard into a local destination. Today, the Railyard is where residents enjoy events like artists' markets, farmers' markets, summer movie series, and more.
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New Mexico's largest city has no end to shopping, dining, entertainment, and recreation.
Explore Santa Fe
Santa Fe is New Mexico's capital. It's a city that lives and breathes art, music, and culture.
Located in minutes from both Albuquerque and the Rio Grande, the Los Ranchos neighborhood offers natural beauty along with big-city benefits.