Expert Travel Advice to Phoenix

Top Answers To Phoenix Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    Loads to do, especially outdoors (see link below)! The desert wildflowers might be in bloom then, too. Also, if you like baseball, it's spring training's Cactus League right now: http://vacation.away.com/active-adventure-vacations/travel-gd-phoenix-outdoor-adventures-photo-gallery-sidwcmdev_118906.html
  • 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.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Lucky you! Looks like you've got the Grand Canyon covered. From there, you'll probably want to head south past Flagstaff for a night or two in Sedona, Arizona. Next, continue toward Phoenix, which is a sprawling metro area with a diverse mix of entertainment, culture, sports, and outdoor recreation. Not sure what you like, but you've got loads of golf (obviously), world-class resorts (try the Arizona Biltmore or Enchantment Resort), and great outdoor recreation including hiking and biking in places like South Mountain Park, Camelback Mountain, and McDowell Mountain Regional Park in Scottsdale. Desert Botanical Gardens in Phoenix are good for a stroll, plus you should check out the Hohokam ruins and artifacts at Pueblo Grande Museum for a look into the area's ancient Native American heritage.
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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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