New Mexico is a wonderful travel destination. The cities here possess unusual architecture stylings that are unlike your typical modern settlement, and the state is jam packed with hiking opportunities, national parks, and places for outdoor exploration.
All trips to New Mexico should include a stop in the capital of Santa Fe. However, the state's largest city is Albuquerque and also worth checking out. The city has a fascinating history and dates all the way back to the 17th century. A lot of the houses here are very unique, and some of the ancient Native American adobe houses still stand. The old town is a charming place to explore and is filled with quirky stores selling handicrafts and artisan goods.
To explore the New Mexico art scene, visitors should travel to Santa Fe, while the Carlsbad Caverns are a fascinating network of caves and rock formations.
New Mexico is best enjoyed during the Spring and Fall months to avoid the sweltering heat of summer.
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