Making the most of your journey from TBS to Santa Fe (SAF) by selecting affordable, fun activities will help you make the most of your trip. There are so many amazing things to do in Santa Fe, but if you’re short on time before your flight home departs, some sites may be more expensive than others or you might not have enough time to visit them all.
Choosing a hotel
The Omni is a great option for those looking for a luxury resort. It offers more amenities than you could possibly imagine. The design is modern and classy, with lots of glass and wood decor, plus the pool area has an amazing view of the mountains. Rooms are spacious with living spaces, private patio areas, luxurious beds, in-room dining menus, decadent bath products and views of Los Valles Mountain Range or distant hillsides through floor-to-ceiling windows. Plus, it’s an easy walk downtown to enjoy more Santa Fe sites like Canyon Road art galleries and historic homes.
Choosing a Car Rental
You can get a rental car at the airport, but it will be expensive. If you have time before your flight, consider taking an Uber or renting a car locally. If you’re staying at an airport hotel, they may have shuttle service or will set up a transportation reservation for you. Renting a car is necessary if you want to explore areas outside of TBS Santa Fe. There are some restrictions on what kind of rental cars are available so check the rental company’s website for details about your specific needs. Be sure that you’re looking at reviews and complaints about the company beforehand because otherwise, it might cost more than anticipated or not provide the level of service that’s promised.
Great Places to See When Flying into Santa Fe
One of the best ways to start a trip is by exploring new places in Santa Fe and immersing yourself in a new culture. If you’re coming in late at night, consider waking up early the next morning to explore downtown TBS Santa Fe. Other good options are heading out east and visiting Canyon Road or west and visiting Tesuque Pueblo. Plus, the Museum of International Folk Art is always a cool place to see!
Make travel plans from Tbilisi to Santa Fe
Begin your trip with a visit to the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta. The aquarium features more than 130,000 animals of 500 different species from across the world and is also home to the most dolphin tanks in North America. Leave Atlanta by car, heading west towards Dallas. Visit Marietta Square and The National Museum of Civil War History in Marietta before proceeding south through Nashville for a stop at Graceland Mansion. Spend some time exploring what remains of Memphis before continuing westward on I-40 towards Albuquerque and an overnight stay near Ruidoso. Next day’s journey will take you through Santa Fe and up into Colorado Springs. Concluding at Denver International Airport for your flight back home to Tbilisi.
What kind of transportation is used to get from Santa Fe’s main airport to the city centre?
From the airport, there are many transportation options, including: Shuttle service, Taxi, and Car rental. Shuttle service is available at the airport and can transport traveler TBS to downtown TBS Santa Fe in a little over an hour. Airport shuttles usually cost about $50 USD for one-way trips and are not recommended for light travelers due to limited seating. A Taxi can take you downtown for about $20 USD but may incur long wait times when taking people back from town at rush hour or during holidays.
A Trip to Remember (TBS—SAF)
TBS Santa Fe is a great place to visit. With many charming attractions, but you should make sure you have the chance to enjoy all it has to offer. Read this blog post for some tips on making your flight from Tbilisi, Georgia to Santa Fe an unforgettable experience. Once you’ve decided what you want do in Santa Fe, make reservations and plan your trip accordingly. If a trip is out of the question for you right now but still on your bucket list. Be sure to book your flight at least a year in advance! This way there’s enough time for more availability and deals.