We have been visiting my sister-in-law and brother-in-law in Taos for the past four winters. I don't ski, so one day each trip I find myself at the plaza. As my sister-in-law said, "The Plaza is for tourists." Well, I am a tourist! At this point, I have my favorite shops. Garden & Soul has a great variety of unique... 更多
Large varity of shops but many over priced. It is a very arts focused area. We only wanted local Indian made goods and finally found one shop to get pottery. Lots of good food at Gorge Grill. Antique stores don't really want to sell their stuff. Store under Gorge Grill is NOT AUTHENTIC New Mexico items. Go one street off... 更多
The Taos plaza is still nice, it's sometimes a bit frustrating to weed through the tourist traps, and you'll definitely find these in the plaza, but it's still great. There are some really great places and good art, good antiques, and good history. Read up on the plaza and Taos history, go look at the WPA murals on the second... 更多
The plaza has some great shops that range from touristy t shirt stores to high end art. There are also some very good restaurants and bars and the nightlife get going with places with live music that surround a picturesque plaza that is really beautiful at night.
We walked around the Plaza shops and we sat in the Plaza to watch Aztec dancers on a Saturday morning. The dancers were amazing! We watched for a good half hour and they were still dancing as we walked around.
A few nicer shops and restaurants to break up your day while in the Taos area. The open plaza area is nice if some want to sit and sip a coffee, and others want to shop.
Numerous shops and historic sites make for an interesting visit. You may see the historic jail and court house. Shops have everything you could ask for. There are also eating establishments.