Expert Travel Advice to Phoenix

Top Answers To Phoenix Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    Do you like baseball? MLB spring training's "Cactus League" is taking place throughout March, with 15 teams warming up for th regular season in venues throughout the Greater Phoenix metro area. Get outdoors for a hike or mountain-bike ride in South Mountain Park, or hit the desert singletrack at McDowell Mountain Regional Park. 360 Adventures and Arizona Outback Adventures are both excellent outfitters for either spot. Phoenix's Desert Botanic Gardens should be coming full spring color around then, too. Other places to get out and enjoy the interesting terrain are Camelback Mountain and Papago Park. Lots of golf, of course, if you're into that. Last but not least, head up to Grand Canyon on a daylong bus tour, or better yet, flightseeing trip! Have fun. Phoenix also has some great places to eat and party, too; check out the Phoenix CVB's TheHotSheet for some cool ideas on this front: http://thehotsheetblog.com/
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    Anonymous user answered:
    Phoenix is just over 200 miles from the Grand Canyon's South Rim. Get more details about this natural marvel at Away.com's sister site, GORP.com, here: http://gorp.away.com/gorp/resource/us_national_park/az_grand.htm
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Phoenix has a bus system and a light rail system, which take passengers to all the major spots in the city; however, if you want to explore areas outside of the city, such as some of the National Parks, you should rent a car or sign up for a group tour.
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    Anonymous user answered:
    http://bit.ly/cQwYy7 This website shows at least 10 casinos in the Phoenix area.

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