Perched at 7,000 feet above sea level, the historic, high-desert city of Santa Fe, with its low-slung adobe architecture, exists as a cultural epicenter with deep roots in Spanish, Native American, and Mexican traditions. The charming, 400-year-old state capital, also known as the “City Different,” is an intimate haven for music, diverse art galleries and museums, memorable outdoor adventures, and renowned Southwestern dining. The magical city backs up to the mysterious Sangre de Cristo Mountains and lures travelers with its stunning skies, pure and rarefied air, vast open landscapes, and earthy pueblo architecture.