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From 12th St W on the east to Rio Grande on the west, and from Alhambra Av SW on the south to I-40 on the north.
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Albuquerque, NM 87104
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All the rustic charm of the Santa Fe plaza with a fraction of the commute. You can purchase Native American jewelry from street vendors, try some of the new restaurants/coffee shops popping up in the plaza, and visit some of the iconic institutions within the surrounding area (Rattlesnake museum).
Old Town’s narrow streets and century-old adobe houses are home to New Mexican eateries serving enchiladas and sopaipilla pastries, and tiny artisan shops selling jewelry, rugs and pottery. Old Town Plaza is a charming spot overlooked by 18th-century San Felipe de Neri Church. Nearby, the New Mexico…
The heart of Albuquerque, old town has all the cute shops, and great local restaurants. Visit this place to see some of the most historic buildings in Abq, and during summer nights and Holidays you can catch some live Mariachi music if your lucky.
Lots of touristy gift shops and a few nice arts shops, some cute unique clothing stores. Indigenous folks selling handmade jewelry. A fun snake museum for the kids.