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Les millors activitats que pots fer a Albuquerque

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Cable Car
“The Sandia Peak Ski Company was cofounded by Ben Abruzzo and Robert Nordhaus (father of Nobel-prize-winning economist William Nordhaus), and Nordhaus was inspired to build a tram to the ski slope after seeing other trams during a trip to Europe. Bell Engineering of Lucerne, Switzerland, constructed the tramway. Entering service on May 7, 1966, the tram makes 10,500 trips per year. The tram is a type known as a "double reversible jigback aerial tramway," where "jigback" implies that when one tram car is ascending, the other is descending. Its two cars are capable of carrying 50 passengers each and have numerous safety and backup systems, such as multiple emergency braking systems and a grounding system that ensures the safety of passengers in the event of a lightning strike. New tram cars were installed in 1986, and new track cables in 2009. New tram cars were again installed in May 2016. ”
173 residents recomanen
Zoo
“I've been here many times and each time it is enjoyable for the whole family. Now that the new Penguin exhibit I open there is more to see.”
70 residents recomanen
Botiga de roba
“Old Town is Albuquerque's humble beginnings. If you want to get a feel for Albuquerque's Spanish Settlement history, Old Town is a wonderful place to begin. ”
92 residents recomanen
Museum
“Learn about NM’s rich history and admire beautiful artwork in this amazing museum”
79 residents recomanen
Cerveseria
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“Great selection of craft style beers. Local bands play regularly on weekend nights in the summertime. A few food trucks offer food for those staying for longer than just a quick beer.”
82 residents recomanen
Science Museum
“This is an amazing museum with a Dynamax theater, cafe and wonderful gift shop. Tiguex park is across the street for jogging, walking and exercise path.”
55 residents recomanen
Casino
“Local casino with slots, table games, and the largest poker room in the state. Beautiful views from Bien Shur restaurant.”
35 residents recomanen
Science Museum
“Awesome museum that kids and parents LOVE. Located next to Old Town and Natural History Museum. If interested I can try and check out a family pass for you from our local library. ”
68 residents recomanen
Barri
“Nob Hill is a unique neighborhood developed between the 1920's and 1950's. Located just east of the University of New Mexico, Nob Hill spans a mile-long stretch of Central Avenue and is marked on either end by neon arches. With its historic buildings, abundant neon and high style, Nob Hill is Albuquerque's premier district for unique shopping, dining , and entertainment.”
67 residents recomanen
History Museum
“This is a MUST SEE! Learn about the 19 Pueblos of NM, see some gorgeous Native Art and enjoy a 5 star meal! In the Summer they offer weekly live music at night! Tons of fun!”
50 residents recomanen
Restaurant mexicà
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“El Pinto is an iconic place to visit in Albuquerque. It's located in one of the most beautiful places in the city and the food is incredible. Sit on the patio in the warmer months...you won't regret your choice to try this one!”
57 residents recomanen
Parc
“The ABQ Biopark Botanic Garden is a 36-acre botanical garden located beside the Rio Grande. The garden showcases plants of the Southwest and other arid climates, and includes a 10,000-square-foot conservatory, formal themed gardens, and a demonstration garden.”
50 residents recomanen
Restaurant
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“Local favorite - across the street from The University of New Mexico has arguably the best flour tortillas in town. A great restaurant with a huge variety of delicious food for all tastes.”
54 residents recomanen
State / Provincial Park
“Beautiful trails through the Bosque and an informative Visitor's Center where you can sit in comfort while viewing and listening to the animals living in the area via microphones placed discretely in their habitat. Don't forget to visit the gift shop!”
65 residents recomanen
Lloc històric
“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 Museum of Natural History and Science has dinosaur skeletons, while the Albuquerque Museum displays Southwestern art.”
48 residents recomanen
Restaurant americà
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“For those interested in fresh, local products and a “farm to table” approach, this is a must try for breakfast and lunch. Not the cheapest breakfast, but a great quality establishment.”
38 residents recomanen