Exploring Santa Fe

Useful information about visiting "The City Different"
Getting to Santa Fe
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Sandia Shuttle (888) 775-5696
The Sandia Shuttle departs from the Albuquerque Sunport at 45 minutes past the hour, every hour between 8:45 am and 11:45 pm. They will drop you off at the Sage Inn. When returning to Albuquerque the shuttle leaves Santa Fe every hour on the hour between 5:00 am and 7:00 pm, however if they are picking you up at the Sage Inn the time will be earlier. Current posted rates are $28 one way or $48. They have a 4.5 rating on Yelp

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Rail Runner
The Rail Runner Express is a commuter train that runs between Albuquerque and Santa Fe. You need to catch a shuttle to take to you the station nearest the aiprot
The Rail Runner Express is comfortable and drops you off at the Santa Fe station, which is less than a mile from the Sage Inn.
There schedules are more limited than the Sandia Shuttle.
Dining in Santa Fe
Below are some resources for dining in Santa Fe. The "Santa Fe Restaurant Guide" is a comprehensive list of recommended restaurants. The "Suggestions for..." documents are suggestions for specific "time of day" places to go, broken down by type of transportation (walking, shuttle, driving) and accompanied by maps. There will be printed copies of all these guides at each Santa Fe workshop, but feel free to download the PDFs.
Top 10 Santa Fe Attractions
We have created a list of our top 10 favorite Santa Fe attractions, complete with maps and transportation suggestions. There are hundreds of things to do in Santa Fe, but because your time may be limited, we are recommending these popular "must see and do things" while in Santa Fe!

Top 10 Santa Fe Attractions (1.82 MB)

You can also visit
The Santa Fe Visitors Bureau for information on weather, things to do, dining, shopping and much more!