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Las mejores actividades en Albuquerque

Descubre la ciudad a través de los ojos de sus habitantes. Encuentra las mejores actividades, lugares para comer y recibe consejos invaluables de la gente que vive ahí.

Cable Car
“Our tram used to be the longest in the world. Not sure if it still is but I can tell you it's VERY IMPRESSIVE. Fantastic views impossible to get anywhere else! They are building a new restaurant up there so I'll try to keep this updated about that! The restaurant, Santiagos, at the base is pretty good NM Faire with fabulous views! Catch a sunset there if you can!”
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Zoo
“The local zoo often hosts fun events, especially during Christmas where the lights are incredible. Acquarium next door.”
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Tienda de ropa
“Old Town is Albuquerque's humble beginnings. If you want to get a feel for Albuquerque's Spanish Settlement history, Old Town is a wonderful place to begin. ”
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Museum
“Be sure to check out the permanent exhibit, Only in Albuquerque. Museum is free on Sundays from 9am - 1pm. ”
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Cervecería
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“Great selection of craft style beers. Local bands play regularly on weekend nights in the summertime. A few food trucks offer food for those staying for longer than just a quick beer.”
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Barrio
“Summer Fest on Route 66 in Nob Hill This free event features fun for the whole family including the Old Route 66 Car Show, Mother Road Art Market, Kids Zone & Youth Central, food trucks and live entertainment in Nob Hill on Central Ave. from Girard Blvd. to Washington St. Join us! ”
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Science Museum
“This is an amazing museum with a Dynamax theater, cafe and wonderful gift shop. Tiguex park is across the street for jogging, walking and exercise path.”
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Science Museum
“Located directly across from the Museum of Natural History, this place gives visitors the opportunity to “explore” and experience science!”
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History Museum
“This is a MUST SEE! Learn about the 19 Pueblos of NM, see some gorgeous Native Art and enjoy a 5 star meal! In the Summer they offer weekly live music at night! Tons of fun!”
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Restaurante mexicano
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“El pinto is famous for visitors to try local New Mexican food and margaritas!! You can try many selections of tequila and the chili comes in mild or hot. Gluten free and vegetarian options are available and if you’re worried about the heat order chili on the side. ”
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State / Provincial Park
“Beautiful trails through the Bosque and an informative Visitor's Center where you can sit in comfort while viewing and listening to the animals living in the area via microphones placed discretely in their habitat. Don't forget to visit the gift shop!”
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Sitio histórico
“Lots of touristy gift shops and a few nice arts shops, some cute unique clothing stores. Indigenous folks selling handmade jewelry. A fun snake museum for the kids.”
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Parque
“Botanical Garden + Aquarium. If you want to make a whole day of it you can take the train from the Zoo to the Gardens! ”
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Restaurante
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“This is an Albuquerque tradition since 1971! Frontier is located across from the University of New Mexico and there is always a line, but it moves quickly. This is a must visit!! They serve a variety of food burritos, roasted green chili, burgers, sweet rolls, homemade tortillas (and you can buy a package to go), and fresh squeezed orange juice. Definitely unique we love almost everything on the menu. www.frontierrestaurant.com”
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Casino
“There is a rooftop restaurant and bar with great views of the Golf Course and Sandias. Try to be there at sunset. Parking is best in the parking garage.”
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Restaurante estadounidense
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“For those interested in fresh, local products and a “farm to table” approach, this is a must try for breakfast and lunch. Not the cheapest breakfast, but a great quality establishment.”
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