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Most tourism destinations provide free pamphlets and brochures to visitors, highlighting the sights and activities in their area. Usually you have to find a visitor's center to get them, subject to business hours. Go-Newmexico.com is pleased to offer these materials by mail and e-mail for free thanks to our local travel board affiliates.

Though no two destinations are alike, your planner will include everything you need to know about local attractions, events and history, as well as complete information on shops, restaurants, lodging and more. You'll get colorful photography and descriptions written by locals who live in and love the area.

If you have additional questions after you receive your travel planner, call the number in the planner for the local Chamber of Commerce or Tourism Board and they will be happy to assist you.

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Albuquerque Diverse cultures, authentic art and vibrant traditions have shaped the centuries-old story of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Come experience the history that continues to unfold.

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Aztec, New Mexico There are so many extraordinary things about Aztec. Locals and visitors alike boast about this intimate, river-runs-through-it community where the buzz is about fabulous events, top-shelf recreation, enviable climate, rich history and eclectic, small-town pleasures. Aztec fulfills the recreationalist, entices the cultured, beckons the explorer, and makes peaceful the nomadic.

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Santa Fe Santa Fe has a rich cultural history and used to be considered the capital for the Spanish "Kingdom of New Mexico". These days, visitors can enjoy the many museums, galleries and dining options available in this beautiful and historic city.

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Carlsbad - Home of Carlsbad Caverns National Park Carlsbad is known for the Carlsbad Caverns National Park, but we’re also the home of Living Desert Zoo & Gardens and Brantley Lake State Parks, have the Pecos River running through the heart of town, and we boast 350 days of sunshine a year!

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Socorro Tourism Truly a traveler’s oasis, Socorro has it all: small town charm rich in history and culture with an economy based upon cutting edge technology. Located in the hub of New Mexico off of Interstate 25, it is blessed with many restaurants, hotels and things to do and see.

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El Paso El Paso meets not only New Mexico but Old Mexico as well, making it a place rich in culture and history. High mountains cut through the city which gives it a dramatic setting as well as a great offering of very nearby outdoor recreational opportunities such as hiking, rock climbing and mountain biking.

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Village of Ruidoso Pristine and removed from the hustle and bustle of the outside world, the mountain top village has emerged as a premier resort destination of the Southwest, offering four season recreation, breathtaking views and perfectly suited meeting and lodging accommodations.

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Farmington Northwestern New Mexico is known by many as a magical place. Four Corners and the local Aztec Ruins are considered sacred ground for some and are fascinating to visit.

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Truth or Consequences Area Sierra County is the Oasis of the Southwest.

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Village Of Angel Fire Skiiers and snowboarders flock to the Angel Fire Ski Area to enjoy the thrills that the winter brings to the Village of Angel Fire. During the warmer seasons, visitors can hike, bike, fish, camp, horseback ride and anything else they can think of in ths beautiful area.

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