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The skyscrapers of Phoenix shine in the hot desert sun, surrounded by mountains and patches of lush desert greenery for miles around. However, the city doesn’t feel isolated, thanks to its lively, vibrant atmosphere, with a strong emphasis on culture and the arts. Wander into the downtown area, and you’ll find a laidback café culture by day, and in the evening, tempting international cuisine being served in an impressive array of restaurants.

Things to see

Old Town in Scottsdale allows you to enjoy an authentic Old West experience, with some modern amenities such as shops and bars too. Take a walking tour of the historic store fronts, visit the lively saloon, or deck yourself out in Western wear. There are also plenty of historical exhibits at the Musical Instrument Museum, a light, contemporary building with twist and turns that echo with music from around the world. Phoenix is a sport obsessed city, and Chase Field is home of the Arizona Diamondbacks, a Major League Baseball team that plays even in the hottest of summers. With a retractable roof, the impressive stadium can be used in all weathers, and even hosts the occasional concert. If football is more your game, then you can see an Arizona Cardinals game at the University of Phoenix Stadium, an impressive structure which has previously hosted the Superbowl. Papago Park offers 1200 acres of hilly desert to explore, with red rocks that glow in the sun, as well cacti and a botanical garden offering a splash of greenery.

Hotels in Phoenix

There are plenty of basic, budget hotels in Phoenix, used by those on vacation and business travelers alike. Most rooms offer air-conditioning, and have outdoor pools to cool down in, as well as barbecue grills and complimentary breakfasts. With free WiFi and conference rooms available, it’s easy to get some work done in-between your leisurely pursuits. There are also a few luxury resorts around the area, often based around spas or golf courses, and offering water parks, children’s clubs, and swim-up bars for the ultimate peaceful family vacation.

Where to stay

The Central Phoenix – Downtown area is home to many of the government and commercial institutions, meaning it’s a popular spot for business travelers. It’s also home to many independent stores, cafes, cultural attractions, and restaurants, making it a lively and cosmopolitan area. Adjacent to Phoenix lies Scottsdale, a town proud of its Old West heritage, but also embracing the contemporary with many local artists displaying their work, and major cultural events on offer. Those who prefer to spend their vacation outdoors should head to the Northern Phoenix area, where golf courses sit alongside hiking and horse riding trails.

How to get to Phoenix

The shiny, impressive Sky Harbor International Airport services dozens of domestic and international locations, with most of the major car rental companies based within the rental car center. Once you’ve picked up your car, it’s only a few miles to the downtown area and the major attractions of Phoenix. There’s also a free sky train that runs from terminal four, taking you to the Washington Valley Metro Light Rail stop, and from there it’s easy to navigate your way around the city. The City Bus also stops at the different airport terminals, making it easy to get to popular tourist areas.

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