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How to Find the Best Santa Fe Hotels with Venere

Santa Fe is a terrific choice when you want somewhere that is a little off the beaten track, and you'll find Santa Fe hotels for groups of any size at Venere. Whether you're planning a romantic trip for two, a family vacation, or whether you're visiting Spain on business, you can rely on Venere for friendly, comfortable hotels. Looking for places to stay in Santa Fe has never been easier, and a simple booking process lets you take care of business in minutes. Venere has partnered with some of the most attractive and inviting hotels in Santa Fe, and you'll find photographs and detailed information on the website. A location map is also provided, allowing you to work out the best route from the airport, or where attractions and landmarks are in relation to your accommodation in Santa Fe.

What's Santa Fe Like?

The historic Spanish town of Santa Fe is located in the Genil river valley close to the city of Granada and dates from the 15th century. Three of the four original gates (Loja, Sevilla, and Granda) can still be seen in the old town center. The gates were restored in the 18th century, and baroque style chapels were added. History fans will love buildings like the magnificent 18th century Church of Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación or the Hermitage of Cristo de la Salud, which was built in the 15th century. Santa Fe hotels are ideally located for trips to nearby Granada, where iconic landmarks like the amazing Alhambra and the Cathedral of Granada are an essential stop. Accommodation near the Alhambra will also appeal to outdoor sports fans, and horse riding, cycling, and hiking are all popular pursuits in the Santa Fe area.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Santa Fe

Like most Spanish towns, Santa Fe is friendly and welcoming, and locals are pleased to meet visitors from all over the world. Do learn a few phrases of basic Spanish if you can, as you'll find them invaluable when conversing with residents of the town as few people speak English. The Arabic kingdom of Al-Andalus ruled for more than 700 years in the Santa Fe and Granada area, and locals speak a version of Spanish called Andaluz that is influenced by Arabic - though visitors who understand basic Spanish will soon pick it up. Santa Fe Hotels are within easy reach of vibrant cafes and restaurants, many of which serve free tapas, and you'll find more tips on the Venere website to make your stay more enjoyable and satisfying.