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Santa Fe Transport

Transport


Getting around town in Santa Fe is relatively easy because the downtown area and surrounding historic districts are compact, most conveniently explored on foot. For travelling further afield the options are a local taxi service, public transport, charter vans or rental cars. The city bus system, Santa Fe Trails, serves seven major routes through the city connecting the central Plaza to the outlying attractions. Buses run from 6am till 10pm on weekdays, and there is limited service on Saturdays and Sundays. The most used by visitors is Route 10, which runs from downtown to the museums on the Old Santa Fe Trail. Bicycles are another popular way of getting around.

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