Things to see and do - Albuquerque
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Albuquerque Travel guide
Albuquerque : Michelin's recommendations
Albuquerque is an intriguing mix of old and new, of 14C Indian pueblos, 18C Spanish village and 21C high-technology center. Visitors flock to New Mexico’s largest city to se its classic roadside architecture, neon-lit cafes and motor courts speckled its cultural corridors, particularly on Central Avenue east and west of downtown, as well hot air balloons and beautiful natural scenery.
Tourist attractions Albuquerque : Things to see and do
2000 Mountain Road North West
The evolution of the Rio Grande valley, from pre-Columbian tribes through Coronado to the present, is chronicled in the fine Four Centuries exhibit at this Old Town museum. An extensive collection of Spanish Colonial artifacts includes religious tape..
Rio Grande Blvd. & Mountain Rd.
Some 150 shops and galleries face hidden gardens and cobbled walkways around a quiet, tree-shaded 18C plaza. The modern city has grown from this traditional central core. Today, restored adobes share the plaza with Pueblo Revival architecture, some s..
10 Tramway Loop NE
The world's longest jig-back aerial tramway covers 2.7mi from the northeastern city limits to 10,678ft Sandia Crest. Climbing from urban desert to alpine terrain in just 15min, the tram affords panoramic views of 11,000sq mi, across the entire Albuqu..