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  • New Mexico Rail Runner
    The New Mexico Rail Runner commuter train runs between Santa Fe to the North and Belen to the South, with stops in Albuquerque, Bernalillo and three Indian reservations.   The trains are white decorated with a speeding roadrunner in [...]
    D: 28.5mi10
  • Church Street Café
    With quite a long history and a mysterious origin, the Church Street Café is one of the best restaurants in Albuquerque. Its decoration and architecture reminds you of the early Spanish settlers who lived in houses made out of adobe [...]
    D: 4mi00
  • Sandia Peak Tramway
    For almost 3 miles you can view the mountainside of the Sandia Peak while you look down on the rocks and trees that change color as autumn comes and the sun sets down. With the Sandia Peak Tram you get a birds-view of a spectacular skyline. [...]
    D: 12.1mi00
  • Sadie's in Albuquerque
    If you are into sharp, chili sauces and you don't mind if your mouth burns up with fire, than Sadie's the place to visit, because they have the hottest salsa you will ever taste. The place has already some famous awards with their [...]
    D: 7mi00
  • International Balloon Museum
    The Andersen Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum is one of the interesting museum's that traces the history of something that you can't find anywhere: ballooning. With live shows and entertaining events, the museum is [...]
    D: 9.5mi00
  • Betty's Bath and Day Spa
    Even if you are a traveler and the reason you get away is for fun and adventure, you still have to relax from time to time. And Betty's Bath and Day Spa can be the best place for that. They provide excellent massage packages, facials, [...]
    D: 5.4mi00
  • India Kitchen Restaurant
    Though not the largest and biggest Indian Restaurant, the India Kitchen Restaurant is definitely the best of them. Not only because its service is so, but because their every dish is unique. The place has a homey-kind of charm to it, with [...]
    D: 5.9mi00
  • Skip Maisel's
    I just love unique jewelry and especially those beautiful pieces that have a cultural connotation. And each time I travel abroad I like to take something with me that reminds me of my trip. Skip Maisel's Indian Jewelry and Crafts shop [...]
    D: 2.7mi00
  • 66 Diner in Albuquerque
    With a style that goes classical, more 70s than modern, the 66 Diner serves really tasty food for anyone who enters their locale with an empty stomach. Maybe their largest and appetizing dishes are the ones on their breakfast menus. Their [...]
    D: 2mi00
  • Albuquerque Biological Park
    A combination of a zoo, botanical garden and an aquarium, the Albuquerque Biological Park is a fun place for families with children or a group of friends. Though if you purchase the combo ticket to enter into every location, you have to [...]
    D: 4.2mi10
  • New Mexico Private Jeep Tours
    You can't get a more up-close experience in learning about the New Mexico land, its people and history than taking a tour with the New Mexico Private Jeep Tours. The guides are experienced, professional and entertaining. You won't [...]
    D: 21.7mi00
  • New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science
    Featuring exhibitions that provide information and facts about New Mexico's and the world's geology, formation, and inhabitants, the museum is one of the places that has to visited while in Albuquerque. You might find out things [...]
    D: 3.9mi00
  • Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
    Resembling a traditional adobe house with a modern twist, the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center concentrates on the history and lives of the Pueblo Native American people. The center has a museum with great and interesting artifacts which are [...]
    D: 4.4mi00
  • Mac's La Sierra Restaurant
    If you decide on visiting Mac's La Sierra Restaurant, don't plan on seeing a fancy restaurant with French-cuisine-like gourmet food. This place is Mexican to its core, maybe a bit more dirty. But the service and the deliciousness of [...]
    D: 5.2mi00
  • Explora Science Center
    Kids are the ones that might enjoy the best the Explora Science Center, where interactive exhibitions are on display for the visitor. From physics to chemistry to technology, there is a wide range of interesting things to explore on your [...]
    D: 3.8mi00
  • Artichoke Café
    Located in the historic downtown of Albuquerque, the chic bistro serves delicious Southwest food with amazingly flavorful desserts. The Artichoke Cafe has earned its reputation, being one of the best restaurant s in town. With an average [...]
    D: 2.3mi00

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Albuquerque Travel guide

Albuquerque began in 1706 as a Spanish colony and is historically a farming community. Currently, there is an ethnically diverse population of just under 400,000 residents that grows considerably when the University of New Mexico (UNM) is in session. The city has long been a haven for tuberculosis patients who thrive in the dry climate and several sanitaria are located on the West Mesa. Retirees have taken notice of the hot, dry weather and Albuquerque has become a top retirement destination.   The famous Route 66 winds through Albuquerque, as does the Rio Grand River. It is situated on a plateau, which ranges from 4,900 to 6,400 feet above [...]
 
 
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  • $229Southwest Airlines flight Southwest Airlines 
    FromToDepartureTime
    Las Vegas, NV (LAS)Albuquerque, NM (ABQ)03/13/201507:30 am
    Albuquerque, NM (ABQ)Las Vegas, NV (LAS)03/18/201506:05 am
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  • $241American Airlines flight American Airlines 
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    Fort Worth/Dallas, TX (DFW)Albuquerque, NM (ABQ)04/23/201505:00 pm
    Albuquerque, NM (ABQ)Fort Worth/Dallas, TX (DFW)05/08/201504:41 pm
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  • $248Jetblue Airways flight Jetblue Airways 
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    New York, NY (JFK)Albuquerque, NM (ABQ)03/20/201508:00 pm
    Albuquerque, NM (ABQ)New York, NY (JFK)03/30/201511:49 pm
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