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Cheap Flights to Phoenix
If you're looking for a warm getaway in the heart of the American Southwest, a sunny destination awaits you in Phoenix, Arizona. Situated in the Sonoran Desert, Phoenix is a sprawling oasis with over 40 million people living in its metropolitan area of Maricopa County. Aside from its diverse desert landscape and wildlife, Phoenix also has interesting attractions including museums, historical sites, important architectural structures by Frank Lloyd Wright, delicious Southwest cuisine and several major sports teams like the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Flights to Phoenix
The greater Phoenix area is serviced by several airports, the largest being Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX). Some other smaller and regional airports include Phoenix Goodyear Airport (GYR) to the west and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport (AZA) to the east. Wi-Fi, charging stations, smoking areas and nursing stations are located inside PHX as well as several taxi and shuttle services at the outside terminals. Along with many hotels located to the north of Phoenix International, you'll find several interesting sites to visit like the Pueblo Grande Museum & Archaeological Park on East Washington Street or Tovrea Castle on East Van Buren Street.

Attractions in Phoenix
There are many ways to begin your introduction to the city, but you may want to start with the Phoenix Art Museum, the largest of its kind in the Southwest. Some similar attractions include the Arizona Science Center and the Heard Museum, which showcases the arts and cultures of native peoples in the American Southwest. The Musical Instrument Museum is also a place of interest for travelers as it boasts being the largest museum of its type in the world with over 15,000 musical instruments. Phoenix has some unique and notable architectural sites as well. Frank Lloyd Wright built his famous winter home named Taliesin West nearby in Scottsdale.

Phoenix has something for sports fans too. With four major teams in the city, there are games to watch no matter what time of year you plan to visit. Chase Field, University of Phoenix Stadium, Talking Stick Resort Arena and Gila River Arena all house teams like the Phoenix Coyotes and Phoenix Suns.

Venturing outside the city limits, you'll get to see many other attractions in the Sonoran Desert. Papago Park is full of scenic sandstone buttes as well as the lush foliage of Desert Botanical Garden located within the park. South Mountain Park is a huge nature preserve with over 16,000 acres of land to explore just 10 miles south of the city. North of Phoenix lies the Sonoran Preserve, which has over 36 miles of hiking trails to explore.

Phoenix Travel Tips
You can find a variety of cuisines in Phoenix, but don't miss out on what the city is known for: its authentic Mexican cuisine. You can expect a meal for two in a decent Mexican restaurant to cost around $50. Phoenix is a desert climate with mild winters around 65 degrees Fahrenheit, but summer temperatures are regularly in the 100s, so be sure to wear sunscreen as you explore the area.

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