Albuquerque is absolutely overloaded with incredible destinations, tourist hotspots, off the beaten path attractions, and some of the most unique activities you’ll find anywhere in the American Southwest – or for the rest of the United States, for that matter.
While many of folks flock to Albuquerque each year and stay in those big chain restaurants and those big chain motels, more and more travelers are taking advantage of the up and coming Albuquerque bed and breakfast seen to enjoy accommodations a bit more authentic to New Mexico and Albuquerque in particular.
Bed and breakfasts are popping up left and right in Albuquerque, and most of them are centrally located enough to provide you with easy access to some of the best travel hotspots and destinations this city has to offer. If you want to be sure that you are at the right bed and breakfast, make sure that you are close enough to get to some of these hotspots!
The Sandia Tramway is going to give you plenty of opportunity to see the American Southwest in a way that you never would have been able to before – suspended high below the desert floor in a sky tram set up that gives you panoramic views in every direction for miles and miles of some of the most beautiful American landscape anywhere in the country.
The Explorer Science Center in Albuquerque is a great place to bring young children, giving them an opportunity to learn more about the hard sciences, cultural sciences, anthropology, and more. Every year, the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta is home to thousands of hot air balloon enthusiasts – filling the skies with some of the most beautiful and intricate designs and a site you definitely have to see if you’re in the area.
Incredible food and drink
The Casa Rodena Winery and Vineyard is responsible for some of the best local wine available, and the daily tours that they put together our fun, informative, and include plenty of samples along the way to make it worth your while. The La Crumbre Brewing Company is a big up and coming microbrewery in the Albuquerque area, making some of the most innovative and exciting beers are available. The Tractor Brewing Company is another popular microbrewery, and one you’ll want to try, too!
At the end of the day, you shouldn’t have any trouble whatsoever finding Albuquerque bed and breakfasts perfectly set up to act as your “base camp” for all of your New Mexico adventures.