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phoenix arizonaPhoenix Arizona, lying at the heart of the Sonoran Desert beneath expansive blue skies, is a tourist’s delight through and through. From its stunning natural landscapes to its bustling city center, the Valley of the Sun offers visitors an embarrassment of wealth when it comes to things to do. It’s this very reason that brings some 16 million people to the region every year. The majority of Phoenix visitors arrive by air, although travelers with time on their hands will be treated to some truly magnificent scenery if they choose to drive to the city. phoenix arizonaPhoenix Sky Harbor International Airport serves as a gateway for visitors from across the United States, Canada and Mexico, as well as a limited number of overseas destinations. The airport itself offer bus and light rail links to downtown, while taxis and shuttle services are also available. The city is home to a wide range of accommodation options, ranging from budget motels and hotels to high end spa resorts. All offer easy passage to the city’s most popular attractions and amenities. Phoenix is home to a wealth of museums and cultural institutes sure to appease any history buff. These include the Heard Museum of Native Cultures and Art, the Hall of Flame Fire Museum, and Wrigley Museum. The latter was once the home to the chewing gum magnate. The city’s true attraction though is its natural landscapes. From deserts and mountain ranges to tropical gardens and parks, there're plenty of open air delights here. Papago Park is a must-visit destination, while Camelback Mountain offers a stunning backdrop for your holiday snaps. The Desert Botanical Gardens serve up a plethora of flora to admire. More energetic travelers may be pleased to hear that the deserts and ranges often feature tracks ideal for hiking and biking. Those traveling with children should make a beeline for the Phoenix Zoo, Arizona Science Center, and Children’s Museum of Phoenix. All feature plenty to keep children of all ages occupied. phoenix arizonaFor tourists that simply want to lay back and soak it all in, the city is also home to a variety of spa resorts complete with palm trees and turquoise swimming pools. Sunbathe beneath the Arizona rays before enjoying a mud bath and a glass of champagne. After dark, Phoenix offers a lively nightlife built around good food, good drink and good company. Restaurants and cafés sit beside bars and nightclubs while live music is never far away. To really experience nighttime in Arizona though, book a trip on one of the after dark desert tours. You won’t regret it. Visitors planning on spending any considerable amount of time in Phoenix should jump at the opportunity to head out on an excursion. Tours of the Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam and Montezuma’s Castle National Monument are all available and well worth a look. Most tourists prefer to visit Phoenix between November and April, when temperatures are more manageable. That being said, visitors willing to undergo the heat and travel at the height of summer can snap up a bargain at many of the region’s hotels and resorts.

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