New Mexico is home to several vibrant cities, but most of the state consist of beautiful forested mountains, meadows, and grasslands. And with a climate that boasts an average 278 sunny days per year, with less humidity and rainfall, you’ll have plenty of days to get out and enjoy it all. With so much open space, it is also one of the best places in the United States to see the stars – an added gem for all the New Mexican night owls. The New Mexico skies are also famous for the largest hot air balloon event in the world, The Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. Overall, the state is known for having a diverse population of honest, friendly Americans who would gladly “give a stranger the shirt of their back”. Not a bad place to raise a family or call home.
Founded by Spanish colonists in 1610, Santa Fe is the oldest capital city in the United States. It has been designated as a UNESCO creative city and a “Top Ten City for Museums and Galleries” by Travel & Leisure magazine. With its pueblo-style architecture, artistic scenery and culture, and distinctive Southwestern cuisine, Santa Fe is a city like none other.
If there was one word to describe Albuquerque, it would be COLOR. The mountains glow with red and orange hues of sunset, while the cityscape is illuminated with the colors of the rainbow. Add to this the unique architecture, succulent food, and natural landscaping, and Albuquerque is a feast for the senses. As the most populated city in New Mexico, Albuquerque boasts many innovative tech companies. It has been rated by Forbes as “the best city in America for business and careers” and by National Geographic as one of the “Top 50 places to Live and Play”. So that pretty much covers it all.
Meaning “City of the Crosses”, Las Cruces is the economic and geographic center of the Rio Grande’s floodplains. With a focus on the future, this interesting city is the home of Virgin Galactic, the world’s first company to offer sub-orbital spaceflights. In addition, Las Cruces enjoys on average 350 days of blue skies and sunshine throughout the year. So whether you’re going up to Mars or just down to Mexico, you’re always clear for take off.
Known for the mysterious landing of a UFO, Roswell’s edge of adventure has been a popular conversation point over the past 10 years. However, this intriguing secret has brought nothing but good to this little city – significantly boosting its population and economy over the past decade. And while you might find its history a bit “alien” – don’t worry – Roswell has all the urban amenities you’d expect from an American city.
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