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What's Albuquerque like?

Breathtaking mountain views, incredible sunsets framed by a dramatic volcano horizon, lazy hot air balloons drifting through the sky, and a casual, upbeat culture are what await you in the dynamic and unforgettable city of Albuquerque. If you're up for days of urban adventuring and historical discovery, take a look at hotels by Old Town for a fun, vintage experience filled with shopping, exploration, and amazing eateries. Stroll down the Paseo del Boqsue along the Rio Grande river for an enchanting afternoon of sights and sounds, or float through the clear blue Southwestern skies in a hot air balloon. Getting around downtown and central Albuquerque is easy by public transit, and you're sure to find dozens of hotels within easy access to both the bus system (ABQ Ride), and the Rapid Ride. For the nature lovers, there's no better place to start than checking out accommodations near the Albuquerque Biological Park, home to the city's aquarium and zoo, along with the Rio Grande Botanical Garden, and Tingley Beach.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Albuquerque

When you arrive in Albuquerque, you'll find the local culture to be very friendly, laid back, and casual. Locals generally are dressed comfortably, which is easy to do thanks to the mild temperatures. The climate is also very dry, and don't forget, at 5,300 ft. elevation, Albuquerque is a high-altitude city. Locals will warn visitors to drink plenty of water and pay attention to how they're feeling, especially if they're not used to traveling in high elevations. Many locals are deeply-rooted in the city's long and fascinating history, so do your homework and read up on the history of the places you want to visit—a little know-how goes a long way! Locals recommend checking out the Albuquerque Museum or the Petroglyph National Monument for some really ancient history. You'll find lots of Albuquerque hotels around these and more, so dig in to the local culture. Albuquerque is as diverse today as it is in the history books, so keep your mind open, your horizons broad, and ask lots of questions!