Experience a delightful half-day walking tour through the enchanting streets of Santa Fe, blending leisurely historical exploration with tantalizing food tastings. Start your adventure at the historic Santa Fe Plaza, where the echoes of the past invite you to weave your story into the city’s vibrant tapestry. Here, amidst traditional architecture and bustling cultural activities, you’ll enjoy sampling a variety of local culinary delights. Continue to the San Miguel Chapel, the oldest church in the United States, and marvel at the artistic treasures housed within the walls of the New Mexico State Capitol. Journey on to Galisteo Street, a charming thoroughfare lined with historic buildings and local eateries, perfect for a picturesque stroll through Santa Fe’s famed arts district. This tour is more than just a walk; it’s an immersive experience that combines the joys of historical insights and gastronomic pleasures. Join us to transform an ordinary day into an extraordinary exploration of flavors and stories!

Please note: The program and attractions may vary based on booking date/time and crowd conditions, ensuring each visit is a unique experience.

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  • Discover Santa Fe's diverse culinary scene through a food tasting tour
  • Experience the unique blend of Native American, Spanish, and Mexican cuisines in Santa Fe
  • Learn about the local ingredients, spices, and chefs that define the flavors of Santa Fe


  • Professional local tour guide
  • Food and beverage tastings at four unique local venues
  • Venue Gratuity


  • Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off

Route & Duration

4 hours
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    Santa Fe Plaza

    As the vibrant heart of downtown Santa Fe, the historic Plaza is renowned for its bustling atmosphere and traditional architecture. It's the ideal setting for savoring local food tastings amidst a variety of cultural activities, making every visit both leisurely and picturesque.

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    San Miguel Chapel

    Known as the oldest church in the United States, San Miguel Chapel offers a unique glimpse into Santa Fe's spiritual past and stunning early colonial architecture.

  • 3

    New Mexico State Capitol

    Often referred to as the "Roundhouse," the New Mexico State Capitol is distinctive for its circular design and houses an impressive collection of contemporary art.

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    Galisteo Street

    Lined with historic buildings and brimming with local eateries, Galisteo Street offers a picturesque stroll through Santa Fe’s famed arts district. Here, you can indulge in delightful food tastings as you explore the charming ambiance of this culinary hotspot.

Meeting Point

We'll meet in front of the ATM at the First National Santa Fe Bank located on the northwest corner of the Santa Fe Plaza (63 Lincoln Ave, Santa Fe, NM 87501, United States) See Map

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