Follow the fabled Camino Real in New Mexico. Beginning in Mexico City in 1598, El Camino Real was explored, settled, and extended to a point just north of Santa Fe. After Mexico gained it’s freedom from Spain in 1821, it provided a link to the Santa Fe Trail, resulting in an extensive trade route stretching all the way to central Missouri.
Blazed over 400 years ago in the conquistador tradition, El Camino Real became the longest highway in North America and has served as a commercial artery for a longer period of time than any other road.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about the origins of New Mexico’s unique cultural heritage, as we follow the Rio Grande north on El Camino Real!
Begins in El Paso, ends in Albuquerque
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