“With average May temperatures in the 70s and rainfall unlikely, a visit to New Mexico’s capital city is a perfect destination in May.. People don’t come to Santa Fe to blend in. That’s because everything here is infused with color. From its authentic Mexican food, rich art, bright colorscapes, and crisp blue skies, you’ll feel refreshed and in a brighter mood after a visit here.”
Rounding out the top 3 cities was Louisville, Kentucky and Seattle, Washington.
Tourism is a key part of the Santa Fe economy. The city does a great job of selling itself with visitors attracted year-round by the weather, art, culture, region, and outdoor activities.
The half-mile Canyon Road is a big attraction for both tourists and locals because of the number of great art galleries, sculptures, and restaurants.
Every year Santa Fe wins awards as being a top destination to visit. Reader Choice awards are also very kind to Santa Fe.
Every month has something great to offer Santa Fe visitors. The summer months feature fiestas, the Santa Fe Opera, and a plethora of events. In September the aspens turn yellow on the Sangre de Cristo Mountains adding even more color to the area.
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