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Visite à pied du meilleur de Santa Fe

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Avec le guide professionnel, vous visiterez les endroits les plus charmants de la ville. Saviez-vous que Santa Fe possède la plus ancienne église des États-Unis ? Ou est-il vrai que le surnom de l'Etat est Land of Enchantment ? Vous aurez l'occasion d'explorer la ville tout en écoutant des faits et des légendes fascinants. L'été à Santa Fe est la saison du marché de l'art. Vous serez surpris du nombre d'histoires cachées dans les rues, les bâtiments et les coins de Santa Fe. Votre charmant guide vous expliquera ce qu'il y a de spécial et d'unique dans la vie dans cette ville. Parfait pour ceux qui visitent la ville pour la première fois et qui veulent en profiter au maximum !
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  • Des options de transport en commun sont disponibles à proximité
  • Convient à tous les niveaux de forme physique
  • Masques faciaux requis pour les voyageurs dans les espaces publics
  • Masques faciaux requis pour les guides dans les espaces publics
  • Distanciation sociale appliquée tout au long de l'expérience
À quoi s'attendre
1
The Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
Santa Fe means “holy faith” and in 1610 the first church was built on this site and replaced by a larger one in 1630, which was then destroyed following the Pueblo Revolt of 1680. There are 20 bronze plaques on the church doors that depict the history of NM since 1539.
2
Sena Plaza
Wonderful destination of Santa Fe. It is one of the oldest and most authentic buildings in all of the city.
3
San Miguel Chapel
The Mission was built between 1610 and 1628, the Church was partially destroyed during the 1680 Revolt and rebuilt in 1710 with numerous restorations over the years. Inside beam dates 1710, altar screen and area show oldest portions and next door is the early St. Michael’s College.
4
The Oldest House
The current dwelling rests on part of the foundation of an ancient Indian Pueblo dating from around 1200CE. Primarily early Spanish dwelling clearly shows the original architecture and outside walls show excellent examples of adobe, “Cities of Gold” story. 
5
New Mexico State Capitol (Roundhouse)
Dedicated in 1966, built-in territorial style, the rotunda in the center features the Great Seal of State of NM and the Zia sun symbol. You will explore the art and handcrafts throughout are by NM artists, Michael Naranjo's sculpture, and the Eternal Flame at Bataan Memorial.  
6
The Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
Santa Fe means “holy faith” and in 1610 the first church was built on this site and replaced by a larger one in 1630, which was then destroyed following the Pueblo Revolt of 1680. There are 20 bronze plaques on the church doors that depict the history of NM since 1539.
7
Sena Plaza
Wonderful destination of Santa Fe. It is one of the oldest and most authentic buildings in all of the city.
8
San Miguel Chapel
The Mission was built between 1610 and 1628, the Church was partially destroyed during the 1680 Revolt and rebuilt in 1710 with numerous restorations over the years. Inside beam dates 1710, altar screen and area show oldest portions and next door is the early St. Michael’s College.
9
The Oldest House
The current dwelling rests on part of the foundation of an ancient Indian Pueblo dating from around 1200CE. Primarily early Spanish dwelling clearly shows the original architecture and outside walls show excellent examples of adobe, “Cities of Gold” story. 
10
New Mexico State Capitol (Roundhouse)
Dedicated in 1966, built-in territorial style, the rotunda in the center features the Great Seal of State of NM and the Zia sun symbol. You will explore the art and handcrafts throughout are by NM artists, Michael Naranjo's sculpture, and the Eternal Flame at Bataan Memorial.  
11
The Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
Santa Fe means “holy faith” and in 1610 the first church was built on this site and replaced by a larger one in 1630, which was then destroyed following the Pueblo Revolt of 1680. There are 20 bronze plaques on the church doors that depict the history of NM since 1539.
12
Sena Plaza
Wonderful destination of Santa Fe. It is one of the oldest and most authentic buildings in all of the city.
13
San Miguel Chapel
The Mission was built between 1610 and 1628, the Church was partially destroyed during the 1680 Revolt and rebuilt in 1710 with numerous restorations over the years. Inside beam dates 1710, altar screen and area show oldest portions and next door is the early St. Michael’s College.
14
The Oldest House
The current dwelling rests on part of the foundation of an ancient Indian Pueblo dating from around 1200CE. Primarily early Spanish dwelling clearly shows the original architecture and outside walls show excellent examples of adobe, “Cities of Gold” story. 
15
New Mexico State Capitol (Roundhouse)
Dedicated in 1966, built-in territorial style, the rotunda in the center features the Great Seal of State of NM and the Zia sun symbol. You will explore the art and handcrafts throughout are by NM artists, Michael Naranjo's sculpture, and the Eternal Flame at Bataan Memorial.  
16
The Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
Santa Fe means “holy faith” and in 1610 the first church was built on this site and replaced by a larger one in 1630, which was then destroyed following the Pueblo Revolt of 1680. There are 20 bronze plaques on the church doors that depict the history of NM since 1539.
17
Sena Plaza
Wonderful destination of Santa Fe. It is one of the oldest and most authentic buildings in all of the city.
18
San Miguel Chapel
The Mission was built between 1610 and 1628, the Church was partially destroyed during the 1680 Revolt and rebuilt in 1710 with numerous restorations over the years. Inside beam dates 1710, altar screen and area show oldest portions and next door is the early St. Michael’s College.
19
The Oldest House
The current dwelling rests on part of the foundation of an ancient Indian Pueblo dating from around 1200CE. Primarily early Spanish dwelling clearly shows the original architecture and outside walls show excellent examples of adobe, “Cities of Gold” story. 
20
New Mexico State Capitol (Roundhouse)
Dedicated in 1966, built-in territorial style, the rotunda in the center features the Great Seal of State of NM and the Zia sun symbol. You will explore the art and handcrafts throughout are by NM artists, Michael Naranjo's sculpture, and the Eternal Flame at Bataan Memorial.  
21
La Basilique Cathédrale de Saint François d'Assise
Santa Fe signifie "sainte foi" et en 1610 la première église a été construite sur ce site et remplacée par une plus grande en 1630, qui a ensuite été détruite suite à la révolte de Pueblo de 1680. Il y a 20 plaques de bronze sur les portes de l'église qui représentent le histoire de NM depuis 1539.
22
Place Sena
Merveilleuse destination de Santa Fe. C'est l'un des bâtiments les plus anciens et les plus authentiques de toute la ville.
23
Chapelle San Miguel
La Mission a été construite entre 1610 et 1628, l'Église a été partiellement détruite lors de la Révolte de 1680 et reconstruite en 1710 avec de nombreuses restaurations au fil des ans. La poutre intérieure date de 1710, l'écran de l'autel et la zone montrent les parties les plus anciennes et à côté se trouve le premier St. Michael's College.
24
La plus ancienne maison
L'habitation actuelle repose sur une partie de la fondation d'un ancien pueblo indien datant d'environ 1200 CE. Les premières habitations espagnoles montrent clairement l'architecture d'origine et les murs extérieurs montrent d'excellents exemples d'adobe, l'histoire des «villes d'or».
25
Capitole de l'État du Nouveau-Mexique (Roundhouse)
Dédiée en 1966, dans un style territorial intégré, la rotonde au centre présente le grand sceau d'État de NM et le symbole du soleil Zia. Vous explorerez l'art et l'artisanat d'artistes NM, la sculpture de Michael Naranjo et la flamme éternelle au mémorial de Bataan.
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Commentaires (19)
Tjk524
Nov 2022
Ken was extremely knowledgeable and had many interesting stories to share. We learned a lot of history while receiving a thorough overview of Santa Fe. He also passed along recommendations. Our group of four found the tour informative and enjoyable. Suggest taking the tour upon arrival in Santa Fe.
Réponse de l'hôte
Nov 2022
Our tour guide and we are happy to hear it! Thank you for choosing us.
janwill80
Oct 2022
Tomas provided a thorough orientation to historic Santa Fe. We would have loved to had more time to sit and talk about the cultures that formed this charming town. We recommend doing this tour upon arrival as we did. Tomas led on around the core area and the NM State House. By using a guide, you get a much better experience than wondering on your on. We absolutely recommend using Tom.
Réponse de l'hôte
Oct 2022
Best wishes from Tom. We are very glad to hear about your experience. Thank you for sharing.
LG2012_June
Oct 2022
My party of four women did this walking tour the first day we arrived. We didn’t realize how little information we knew about our 48th state. Our tour guide, Ken, not only shared the history of Santa Fe and New Mexico but also where to get the best margaritas, buy silver jewelry, and a variety of hidden gems around town. Recommend doing this first day so you can take advantage of everything you learned.
Réponse de l'hôte
Oct 2022
We are glad to hear about your experience. Ken says hi. :) Thank you for sharing.

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