About Santa Fe - The City Different

 
 

HOW DO I GET TO SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO?
By driving, Santa Fe is only 6 hours from Denver, 9 hours from Dallas, 10 hours from Austin or 7.5 hours from Phoenix.

By air, most major airlines fly into the Albuquerque International Sunport, which is approximately 70 miles south of Santa Fe. Once in Albuquerque, we suggest you rent a car.

By train, Amtrak provides rail service to Lamy, located 20 miles southeast of Santa Fe. With advance reservations, Amtrak will provide transportation to Santa Fe. For information call: (800)872-7245 Amtrak, (505)466-4511 Lamy train station, (505)982-8829 shuttle to Santa Fe. Then rent a car in Santa Fe.

Maps and driving directions are provided with the welcome packet sent to you prior to the workshop.


ANY SUGGESTIONS FOR PLANNING MY TRIP?

National Geographic Traveler Jan/Feb 2010: 48 Hours in Santa Fe http://traveler.nationalgeographic.com/2010/01/48-hour-guide/santa-fe-text

Condé Nast Traveler: 2009 Readers' Choice Awards –
Santa Fe Chosen No. 3 US City to Visit http://www.concierge.com/tools/travelawards/readerschoice/cities

May we suggest these websites for further information on Santa Fe and New Mexico:
Santa Fe Visitors Bureau (Free city guide available)
New Mexico Department of Tourism (Free state guide available)
Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce


WHAT SHOULD I KNOW ABOUT SANTA FE?
Santa Fe is a city of 70,000 and is primarily Hispanic, Anglo and Native American. The city is located at an elevation of 7,000 feet above sea level at the base of the southern Rocky Mountains in north-central New Mexico. Founded in 1607, Santa Fe is the second oldest city in the United States and is considered both the highest and oldest capital city in America. Santa Fe is considered the third largest art market in the U.S. and is one of the premier U.S. destinations and is regularly featured in a variety of articles.


IF MY FAMILY COMES, WHAT CAN THEY DO IN SANTA FE WHILE I TAKE THE WORKSHOP?
Santa Fe is one of the top ten tourist destinations in the world today, with many world-class museums, festivals and children's activities going on throughout the year, besides the abundance of art galleries. Please visit the city and state information sites below for more suggestions.

IF I LIVE IN SANTA FE, CAN I TAKE A WORKSHOP HERE?
Yes, you are welcome to commute from home to our workshops based at our Santa Fe facility. All we ask is that you plan to attend the entire workshop. You can use your home computer for the workshop if you do not have a laptop. You will need to be able to burn a CD with image files or put image files on a jump/thumb drive for the class feedback sessions during the workshop. Please call our office if you have any questions.