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Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, the Plaza is the heart and soul of the city. The gathering spot for residents and tourists alike is surrounded by city landmarks, shops and restaurants.
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We get out here every few years and this is always a must stop location. This year we used Santa Fe as our home base. Beyond the shopping, you can get a sense of history and the multicultural blend found in this area. The artisans,...More
On weekends the Navajo's are selling there jewelries and potteries in this area, and they very nice people. The symbols on there jewelry represents the meaning of there tribe. It would have been nice to hang around for quite awhile but it was too cold...More
This is by far one of my favorite locations in Santa Fe. There are so many shops and little cafes and restaurants around the area, you can never sit still. The Plaza is gorgeous and so beautiful in general. There are many other sites to...More
We went to Santa Fe NM and one of the highlights of the trip was a visit to the Plaza along with the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi. It’s absolutely magnificent and worth seeing if in Santa Fe.
Walked the area and did some shopping. Plaza area is loaded with high end merchants, so window shopping is fun. The native vendors which were mostly Navaho had a large group even on a Thursday lined up on the walk at the Governors building, all...More
The central sq - Santa Fe Plaza or Plaza de Armas in Spanish, is a classic colonial era Spanish sq in the very center. Basically, it's a small square park with government houses and shops around. There are many street vendors around, most of them...More
The Santa Fe Plaza is enjoyable any time of year with its many art galleries, restaurants, shopping, music and drum circles, but it's especially magical at Christmas time with all the colorful lights strung from its trees. I've visited in February as well as December...More
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For what? Native jewelry or clothes? Do you know what you want? Both items are available on the Plaza and in other places. Even WalMart has Native jewelry. And there is an outlet store center down by l-25! Why go to Santa... More
For what? Native jewelry or clothes? Do you know what you want? Both items are available on the Plaza and in other places. Even WalMart has Native jewelry. And there is an outlet store center down by l-25! Why go to Santa Fe and NOT buy from the artist at The Palace of Governors?