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Sunny Santa Fe has a unique atmosphere, with its rich culture, Hispanic colonial architecture, and thriving traditional arts scene. Shop for arts and crafts in the colorful Santa Fe markets, visit one of the many galleries, and treat your taste buds to a fiesta of eclectic flavors.

The capital of New Mexico sits in the foothills of the soaring Sangre de Cristo mountains, in an area renowned for its scenic highways, so make sure you leave time for day trips. Car rental in Santa Fe is easy, with a wide choice of rental firms located around the city. Orbitz can help find the perfect car deal for you.

Santa Fe and beyond: Three destinations by car

Santa Fe has a great location if you love to explore. Here are three of our favorite places to drive to:


Follow the Turquoise Trail linking these two cities for one of the most stunning drives of your life. Winding its way through picturesque hills, the route takes in historic mining communities and the Cibola National Forest, with an optional extra drive up to Sandia Crest – a 10,678 ft peak with breathtaking views.

Journey time: Around one hour (but you’ll want to make stops along the way)

Distance: Approximately 65 miles


It’s a slightly longer drive to arts colony Taos, but it’s a beautiful one, taking you through quaint mountain villages like Chimayo and Truchas. Take the ‘High Road’ for the best views. Once you reach Taos, head to ancient Native American community and World Heritage Site, Taos Pueblo, just three miles out of town.

Journey time: Around 1 hour 30 minutes

Distance: Approximately 70 miles

Ghost Ranch

Expect epic views on your drive to this remote mountain retreat center. Perched on the Colorado Plateau, you can hike or horseback ride among the waterfalls and red rock faces that famously inspired artist Georgia O’Keefe. You can also have a relaxing massage, an outdoor swim, or visit the site’s museums of anthropology and paleontology.

Journey time: Around 1 hour 30 minutes

Distance: Approximately 65 miles