Old Town Albuquerque
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Sightseeing, shopping, and food all in one. Pro tip: Park on the road at Tiguex Park for free! Don't pay for Old Town Parking!
Variety of shops that sell unique gifts from the southwest, as well as restaurants.
Experience the beauty of Old Town. Stroll the plaza, dine at some of Albuquerque’s best restaurants, and visit museums. Old town has been the heart of Albuquerque since it was founded in 1706. Lots of culture!
You can find lots of souvenirs, traditional New Mexican food, sometimes you’ll see live music performances or you can go for a nice walk in downtown.
Historic Albuquerque... Lots of shops and ways to use chili. Stop by the Church Street Cafe for some breakfast or lunch.
Visit the original site of downtown Albuquerque, centuries old. There are frequent performances of music and dance on the main plaza. Too many good restaurants there to list and plenty of art galleries, interesting stores, churches and monuments.
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