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Canyon Road

Type: Sightseeing



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Romantic Things to Do: Santa Fe is a walking city. Historic Canyon Road is the perfect choice. Hold hands as you walk the narrow sidewalks past old houses that are now galleries and wonder what secrets lie beyond...  Read More
Sightseeing: A walk up (or down) historic Canyon Road is a must. This charming, narrow thoroughfare is home to about half of the city's over 200 galleries. Artists have been living on this street at least since...  Read More
Best Attractions & Activities: Historic Canyon Road is home to about half of the city's over 200 galleries. Artists have been living on this street at least since the late 1880s.You'll also discover unique boutiques and a few...  Read More


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  • Romantic Things to Do: "April through October, book a pedicab ride up Canyon Road with Santa Fe Pedicabs and walk down or ride the cab round trip. Ask the driver to return via Acequia Madre. Want a bit of local history as you go? Ask your driver."
  • Sightseeing: "Explore the back alleys as you walk Canyon Road. There are hidden sculpture gardens and some galleries are tucked back off the street. Allow at least an hour to explore the entire gallery mile, though if you plan on stopping to browse, allow more time."
  • Best Attractions & Activities: "want to deal with parking on this narrow and crowded street? Check out the Santa Fe Pick-up. It offers free shuttle service between downtown and Canyon Road. Rde to the top of the road (it's a bit hilly) and stroll down stopping at galleries and shops on the way."
  • Best for Romantic Things to Do Because: The right walk can be very romantic, Canyon Road is the perfect spot for this and the price is right.
  • Best for Sightseeing Because: Santa Fe is major art market. This is the most important gallery area in the city. It also has a wonderful history.
  • Recommended as Best Attractions & Activities Because: Canyon Road, one of Santa Fe' most vibrant and historic streets, is home to over half the city's galleries as well as boutiques and restaurants.

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