Albuquerque is a special place. Both the muse of famous painter Georgia O’Keeffe and the setting for the hit show Breaking Bad, the most populous city in New Mexico has something for everyone.
From the pueblo-style homes to the stunning mountain views, renting in Albuquerque truly feels like living in a postcard.
Are you relocating to ABQ? Here’s everything you need to know about finding apartments in Albuquerque’s top neighborhoods, navigating the city, and taking advantage of Albuquerque’s top attractions.
No matter which neighborhood in Albuquerque suits you best, and which type of apartment you’re searching for, ApartmentSearch.com is here to make your move a whole lot easier.
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The easiest way to get around Albuquerque is by car. Luckily, you don't typically see the traffic and parking difficulties you might encounter in other big cities, except for the occasional back-up during rush hour.
If you don’t have a vehicle, don’t worry: ABQ RIDE bus routes can get you all over downtown Albuquerque and its surrounding suburbs. Additionally, the New Mexico Rail Runner Express runs between Albuquerque and Santa Fe, which is perfect for professional commutes and weekend excursions.
While bussing or driving is easiest between neighborhoods, most of Albuquerque’s neighborhoods are wonderfully walkable. You can easily park your car for the day and explore each area on foot.
One of Albuquerque’s coolest attractions is the Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway, which takes riders on a 2.7-mile trip up to an observation deck on Sandia Peak, located in the Cibola National Forest. You’ll get stunning views of the surrounding forest and mountains, plus a breathtaking view of the city. Go at sunset for an unbelievably gorgeous experience.
Outdoorsy residents love Albuquerque’s many mountain trails for hiking, biking, running, and walking the pups. When you’ve gotten your fill of nature, take a Segway tour of historic Oldtown, visit the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, or dine on a burrito (with green chile!) from the famous Frontier Restaurant. If you want to be really unique, get tickets to the Breaking Bad RV tour, which shows you famous landmarks from the show.
Are you ready to make the move to the Land of Enchantment’s biggest city? Search recently listed apartments in Albuquerque—even furnished apartments—and start packing your bags! There’s something special about Albuquerque, and your perfect new home is waiting for you here.