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In Albuquerque, diverse cultures, authentic art and dynamic traditions have helped shape our centuries-old story. No matter your interests, the city has countless opportunities for you to explore. Sample traditional New Mexican cuisine that takes minutes to make and hundreds of years to prepare, experience world-class museums, stroll along Central Avenue under the vintage neon glow of Route 66, or soar high above the city in the hot air ballooning capital of the world — a sight sure to change your perspective.
Getting to Albuquerque is easy. Most major airlines serve the Albuquerque International Sunport including Alaska Airlines, Allegiant, American, Delta, Frontier, JetBlue, New Mexico, Southwest, United and Volaris.
There are nonstop flights to and from more than 20 cities in the United States. Lack of congestion at the Albuquerque Airport (Sunport) means visitors experience very few ground delays.
There are many ways to get around Albuquerque during your stay. With taxi services and all major rideshare apps it is easy to connect with a reliable ride. Busses are also available for transportation to many of Albuquerque's cultural attractions.
Culture, attractions, activities, shopping, tours, and events - Albuquerque has an experience awaiting you that you won't soon forget.
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Creative cultures flourish in Albuquerque. Home to more than 100 art galleries and studios, a multitude of museums, and an innovative theater scene, Albuquerque is a favorite cultural destination for visitors from all over the map.
Looking for an interesting way to experience Albuquerque? Guided Albuquerque tours are perfect for people who want to see all the sites but have limited time in the city. Tour ABQ by trolley, bus, Segway, jeep, or on foot.
New Mexico is home to one of America's most cherished regional cuisines, so it's no surprise that food is one of the things that people remember most about a trip to Albuquerque. This city has an abundance of great restaurant options featuring our famous regional and traditional cuisine as well as contemporary and fusion flavors.
With its unique blend of Spanish, Mexican, U.S. and Native American culinary influences, Albuquerque offers a dining and drinking experience like no other city. Albuquerque's local beer and wine choices put this high-altitude city a level above the ordinary.