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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 stayed within walking distance of the Plaza, and visited plaza restaurants every night of our week in Santa Fe. The plaza is not the one I visited in 1970 (but what is?) in that there are many high priced shops surrounding the area. We...More
We took the shuttle from our Hotel Santa Fe down to the plaza and also did a walking tour with the museum. It was very pleasant to be at the plaza, with all the people walking about and sitting on benches. It was also interesting...More
I was very disappointed with the Santa Fe Plaza. Most shops carried the same mediocre Native American items at inflated prices. Also
the Native Americans who sold goods around the plaza had very poor quality tourist pieces.
I was very underwhelmed.
We walked the Santa Fe Plaza all 4 days we were in town and everyday I saw something different that amazed me. From beautiful artsy entry doors, to stunning handcrafted sculptures and jewelry. I could spend 1,000's here. Well...I actually did! Enjoy! Fun for all!
We s enjoyed our break in the plaza. We bought the best street tacos ever on the corner of the plaza and found a shady place to eat, refresh, and talk about our day. There were artists around the edges and Native American artists just...More
The square sits in the center of the city. It is surrounded by many galleries, gift shops, restaurants, and several historic sites that are must see in Santa Fe. The is a great spot to relax whether tourist or local.
The Santa Fe Plaza is the hub of Santa Fe, home of the Governors Palace, and the Cathedral. On every street connecting to the Plaza are Galleries, Museums and restaurants within easy walking. The Plaza hosts most of the festivals during the year in Santa...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?