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The capital city of Arizona, Phoenix is a huge, sprawling expanse of old-world adobe houses, flashy galleries and museums, and buzzing main streets lined with chic boutiques and homey restaurants. Architecture appreciators will find plenty to admire in Phoenix’s diverse mix of buildings, and nightlife-lovers will go wild for the city’s performing arts scene. Based in Arizona’s golden, cacti-studded landscape, Phoenix also offers plenty of outdoor activities, from wild hiking to desert gardens.

Things to see

Start you sun-kissed Phoenix morning by taking in some of the city’s top museums. Begin at The Heard, a community-loved museum of native cultures and arts, housed in a white-washed Spanish-style building. See the historic Hopi Kachina dolls, and gaze at mesmerizing hand-crafted jewelry. After, art-fanatics should move on to the Phoenix Art Museum, a vast center which showcases works from modern and contemporary American, European, and Asian artists. Marvel at surreal Picasso masterpieces and inspirational Georgia O’Keeffe paintings, and stop to appreciate the sleek, unconventional architectural design of the museum itself. As the afternoon rolls around, immerse yourself in some of Arizona’s iconic natural scenery at the Desert Botanical Garden. Here, peaceful footpaths cut through 140 acres of unblemished gardens, specked with towering Saguaro cacti and lime-green prickly pears. If you’re traveling with kids, why not cap the day off at Phoenix Zoo, and visit elephants, giraffes, and giant tortoises.

Hotels in Phoenix

Urban explorers looking for a cheap laid-back place to bed down should stay in a 2-star hotel, where you’ll have free WiFi and free parking - making your stay that much easier. There are plenty of 3-star hotels in Phoenix if you want something slightly more upscale. You’ll benefit from homey amenities like in-house restaurants and free breakfasts, and on those hot Phoenix days, you can take a dip in the shimmering outdoor pools. For those after a slice of urban paradise, there are a handful of 5-star luxury hotels in Phoenix. Unwind with the sublime spa services, and enjoy delectable fine dining.

Where to stay

Phoenix is split into a several districts, and each has its own distinct style. Most folks will want to stay in Midtown, the cultural and historic hub of the city. Here, you’ll be close to the key museums and galleries, and be surrounded by bouncing live performance venues and eclectic restaurants. For a taste of Phoenix’s upper-end affluence, stay in Camelback East, home to luxury hotels and chic designer stores. If you want to get close to Phoenix’s nearby hill hikes, stay in North Phoenix, where white waterfalls and rushing rivers hide in flowery valleys.

How to get to Phoenix

Phoenix is well-served by Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, a huge hub of worldwide aviation based a mere 3 miles east of Downtown. This airport serves dozens of domestic flights from top US cities like Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles. It also provides year-round direct flights from international cities like London, and Mexico City. From the airport, it’s quick and cheap enough to catch a cab Downtown, but there’s public transport available too. If you’re hiring a car, hop on a free airport shuttle to the off-site rental. The city itself is very car-centered, but there is a limited public transport network of buses and light rail.

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