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Things to do in Albuquerque
Visiting Albuquerque allows you to experience the authentic Southwest. As one of the oldest cities in the U.S., Albuquerque boasts a unique multicultural heritage and history where Native American, Hispanic & Latino, Anglo and other cultural influences are a part of everyday life. You'll always feel you are some place special when dining at one of the traditional New Mexican restaurants, shopping at one of the more than 3,000 shops and galleries, or playing on the best golf courses in the Southwest.
While you are in Albuquerque for the conference, we encourage you to enhance your visit by exploring some of the more popular activities.
Hot Air Balloon Rides
Clear blue skies, calm winds and mild temperatures are the norm in Albuquerque, encouraging year-round hot air ballooning If the hot air balloons you see dotting the sky pique your interest, why not take a flight yourself? Rainbow Ryders, provide rides for visitors on a daily basis.  Click here for more information.
Train to Sante Fe
The Rail Runner Express zips though ancient pueblo land with stunning scenery and connects to Santa Fe’s historic Plaza, museums and galleries. Spend the day riding the rails from Albuquerque to Santa Fe for less than $10 roundtrip.  Tickets are available onboard or by clicking here.
Visit Historic Old Town
Historic Old Town has been the heart of Albuquerque since the city was founded in 1706.  Today, historic Old Town Albuquerque is the city’s cultural center, with five museums and more than 100 shops, galleries and restaurants.  Click here to learn about a variety of Old Town tours available.
Albuquerque: Golf’s Best Kept Secret
Golf Digest and Golf Magazine have ranked several Albuquerque, New Mexico golf courses among the best in the country. From desert links to parkland to mountain courses, Albuquerque offers arguably the most diverse gold experience available in one area. For more information on recommended golf courses, click here.
For this and more Albuquerque activity information please go to http://www.itsatrip.org

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