Visitors to Santa Fe can utilize a new city guide to help them explore the city. // © 2011 Santa Fe Creative Tourism
Santa Fe, N.M. recently published a brand-new city guide to offer its varied visitors insight to the most interesting city sites around the area. The Official 2011 Santa Fe Visitors Guide contains 64 pages of information and photography that highlights the essential information about the city along with the best ways to get around, whether it be for a quick day trip or a longer stay.
Offered to tourists and residents for free, clients can find and order the official guide off of the city’s website or at the Santa Fe Convention and Visitors Bureau. Additionally, it may be picked up at a number of widespread hotels and businesses throughout the city and state.
While New Mexico’s capital city provides a number of attractions to its visitors that are noted among the pages of the guide, however, The Official 2011 Santa Fe Visitors Guide also contains helpful information regarding the city’s architecture, history, and climate to help tourists get the most out of their experience in Santa Fe. Excursion ideas are included, as well as articles on dining, art and nightlife to assist visitors in finding a trip that is catered to their specific preferences. A comprehensive lodging guide allows for easy accommodation selection year-round with a comprehensive calendar for all of 2011. For clients who have a difficult time navigating the city, the visitors guide boasts easy-to-read maps to aid in getting around the area. The book also features many color photographs that have been captured by a number of local photographers.