ALBUQUERQUE (AP) – Businesses in Albuquerque have launched “Better Call Saul” tours to cater to visitors seeking Albuquerque locations from the AMC-TV series.
ABQ Trolley Co. announced this week it will hold two-hour “Saul Tours” this month to feature around 15 spots from the show.
The $50-a-person tour will allow fans to see the nail salon where lawyer Jimmy McGill, played by Bob Odenkirk, works to get his struggling law practice going.
The Candy Lady, an Albuquerque Old Town candy store, also has incorporated “Saul” sites into its “Breaking Bad” limo tours.
“Better Call Saul” follows McGill, who later changes his name to Saul Goodman and becomes an attorney for drug lords in “Breaking Bad,” another AMC series that was filmed in Albuquerque.