Welcome to Santa Fe

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Santa Fe is the capital of New Mexico but has a population of only 70,000. At 7,000 feet, it is the highest state capital in the US and, having been founded in 1607, it is also the oldest. It is renowned as a center for art, music, and food, and has a long, fascinating history and wonderful scenic beauty.

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Santa Fe has a pleasant year-round climate with mild winters and warm summers. The rainy season is in July and August.

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How to Get to Santa Fe

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Where to Stay in Santa Fe

Days Inn has budget rooms two miles from the city center, while Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza offers 4-star accommodation right in the center.

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How to Get Around Santa Fe

The Cost of Living in Santa Fe

Shopping Streets

Downtown has specialty stores offering books, toys, crafts, and art, while Cerrillos Road and Zafarano Road have larger, big-box stores and malls.

Groceries and Other

A quart of milk in Santa Fe will cost $0.76 and a loaf of white bread is $2.44.

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C$ 15.81
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
C$ 51.09
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket
C$ 1.32
Cappuccino
Cappuccino
C$ 5.03

Where to Eat in Santa Fe

Five and Dime General Store on E San Francisco Street serves southwestern classics such as Frito Pie from $10. Tomasita's on S Guadalupe Street is renowned for its traditional New Mexican food, with entrees at around $11.

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