While there’s nothing wrong with ABQ Trolley, the limited route through Albuquerque is rather limited. With unlimited public transportation at $3 per day, why pay a premium price to travel, basically, Central Avenue? I belated learned this. ABQ Trolley, however, appears to be a good value for ventures outside the city, such as Balloon Festival Park and Sandia Tramway. I needed only the basic city tour, and found that city buses passed by on Central Avenue far more frequently, especially since I wanted to visit sights every few blocks along Central Avenue: 66 Diner, KiMo, Holocaust Memorial, Old Town, ABQ Museum, etc. Granted, I don’t have ambulation issues—unless I’ve had too many margaritas☺ ABQ Trolley is great to get an overview of the city, but phenomenal and inexpensive public transportation outweighs the benefits. $20 for a two-hour tour, plus an extra $10 for hop-on-hop-off is excessive, though the guide’s narrative is informative.
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