What makes Albuquerque Unique?

Albuquerque has grown to prove itself to be much more than that for it is a city that is full of color, diversity, adventure, and never-ending nature.

Albuquerque sits in New Mexico which is the heart of the southwest with Texas bordering it to the east, Colorado to the north, and Arizona to the west. A small portion of it borders Mexico to the south. 

The city of Albuquerque is 181.3 square miles and has a population of 560,234. It is a good-size city, but not so oversized that it loses the small-town feel. It is one the least of one of the least populated U.S. cities. 

This city’s biggest festival is the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, which lasts nine days and includes more than 500 balloons at the annual event. 

Albuquerque residents have a strong passion for football and heartily root for the New Mexico Lobos. 

Sun worshippers love ABQ. There are 300 days minimum of the sun with little rain. However, it is quite mild with summer temperatures on average around 75 degrees.

The popular television show "Breaking Bad" called the city its filming home, so the show's fans will find a tour of hotspots consisting of recognizable sets and areas.