Getting to Santa Fe’s easy enough. The Santa Fe Municipal Airport brings in flights from throughout the southwest, including flights from Denver and Los Angeles. If you’re coming in from outside the southwest you can fly in from Albuquerque International Sunport, and head north on Interstate 25 by road, or on the Rail Runner Express, a commuter train that covers the entire area. If you’re coming in by train, the Southwest Chief runs daily between Chicago on Los Angeles with a stop in Lamy, 15 miles southeast of the city. People coming to Santa Fe this way will take a connecting coach the rest of the way.
When you’ve arrived in Santa Fe there are several ways to get around. Santa Fe Trails runs several bus routes across the city, and New Mexico Park & Ride offers commuter service to nearby areas such as Taos and Los Alamos counties. Santa Fe also has several great trails used for both recreation and commuting used by bicycles, pedestrians, and even those on horseback. Santa Fe is also the terminus for three national historic trails: The Old Spanish, the Santa Fe, and the El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro.