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 Despite its fame, Santa Fe is well off the beaten track. Most out-of-state visitors fly into Albuquerque, and either rent a vehicle at the airport for the hour's drive up to Santa Fe, or catch one of the dozen daily Shuttle jack vans direct to their hotel ($20; 505/982-4311)       
 

Buses from all over the Southwest to the Greyhound terminal at 858 St Michael's Drive (505/471-0008), a long way from the town's central plaza, include four daily buses to and from Albuquerque, which cost $10.50. There's no direct rail link, but Lamy Shuttle vans (505/982-8829) meet Amtrak trains to Lamy, seventeen miles to the southeast.

Although the city visitor center, two blocks northwest of the plaza in the lobby of the Convention Center, 201 W Marcy St (Mon–Fri 8am–5pm; 505/984-6760 or 1-800/777-2489), stocks only a very limited selection of brochures, the New Mexico Department of Tourism, 491 Old Santa Fe Trail (Mon–Fri 8am–5pm; 505/827-4000 or 1-800/545-2040), has racks of material on the whole state. In summer, there's also a small information kiosk in the plaza itself.

Most of what there is to see lies within walking distance of the plaza, but it's worth knowing about the Santa Fe Trails bus service, based at the Sheridan Transit Center, a block northwest of the plaza on Sandoval Street (Mon–Fri 6.30am–10.30pm, Sat 8am–8pm; flat fare 50˘; 505/438-1464). Routes #21–23 run up Cerrillos Road, while route #10 loops between the plaza and the outlying museums, half-hourly in summer and hourly in winter. Santa Fe's only taxi company is Capital City Cabs (505/438-0000); bikes can be rented at Palace Bike Rentals, 409 E Palace Ave (505/986-0455). For a walking tour of town, contact Afoot in Santa Fe, based in the Inn at Loretto, 211 Old Santa Fe Trail (daily 9.30am & 1.30pm; $10; 505/983-3701).


Business Name Address Phone
Adios Travel Ctr 217 W Manhattan Ave  (505) 983-1131 
Capital City Cab Co 2875 Industrial Rd  (505) 438-0000 
Camelot World Travel 311 Old Santa Fe Trl  (505) 988-1881 
Chamisa Travel Svc 1801 Arroyo Chamiso  (505) 983-9777 
Journeys International Inc 1892 Plaza Del Sur Dr  (505) 438-3485 
Lamy Shuttle & Tours 1476 Miracerros Loop N  (505) 982-8829 
Linda Lang - AAA Insurance 1644 Saint Michaels Dr  (505) 471-6620 
Pajarito Travel & Cruise 2801 W Rodeo Rd # B  (505) 474-7177 
KUZIEL TRAVEL 310 East Marcy, off Paseo de Peralta  (505) 988-9807 
Rio Grande Travel 550 N Guadalupe St  (505) 982-3555 
Roadrunner Shuttle Svc 443 Airport Rd # 8  (505) 424-3367 
Rojo Tours & Svc 2408 Calle Bella  (505) 474-8333 
Santa Fe World Travel Inc 116 Galisteo St  (505) 988-4463 
Sata Travel Gsa 1220 S Saint Francis Dr  (505) 984-8534 
Travel Concepts 227 E Palace Ave  (505) 983-7323 
Westwind Travel 326 Mckenzie St  (505) 984-0022 
Wings Travel Ctr 1892 Plaza Del Sur Dr  (505) 471-1111 

Rafts & Raft Trips

Big River Raft Trips
Taos NM (505) 758-9711
 
Far Flung Adventures
 Hwy. 522 Taos NM 87571 (505) 758-2628
 
Known World Guides
NM (800) 983-7756
 
Kokopelli Rafting Adventures
 541 W. Cordova Rd. Santa Fe NM 87501 (505) 983-3734
 
New Wave Rafting Company
 RR 5 Box 302 A Santa Fe NM 87501-9319 (800) 984-1444
 

Big River Raft Trips
NM (800) 748-3760
 
Big River Raft Trips
Taos NM (505) 758-9711
 
Canyon R E O
NM (800) 637-4604
 
Far Flung Adventures
TAOS NM (800) 359-2627
 
Far Flung Adventures
 Hwy. 522 Taos NM 87571 (505) 758-2628
 
Known World Guides
NM (800) 983-7756
 
Known World Guides
NM (800) 983-7756
 
Kokopelli Rafting Adventures
 541 W. Cordova Rd. Santa Fe NM 87501 (505) 983-3734
 
Los Rios River Runners Inc
TAOS NM (800) 544-1181
 
New Wave Rafting Company
 Rt 5 Box 302-A SANTA FE NM (505) 984-1444
 
New Wave Rafting Company
 RR 5 Box 302 A Santa Fe NM 87501-9319 (800) 984-1444
 
Rio Grande River Tours
NM (505) 758-0762
Santa Fe Rafting Co & Outfitters
 P O Box 23525 NM (505) 988-4914
Southwest Wilderness Adventures
NM (505) 983-7262
Whitewater Information And Reservations
 54 1/2 E San Francisco SANTA FE NM (505) 983-6565

 




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