Places to Visit in Arizona

Places to Visit in Arizona

Arizona features one of the world’s most diverse landscapes from Phoenix , Scottsdale and Central Arizona, to always enjoyable Tucson and Southern Arizona, to the Red Rocks of Sedona and the seasons of Flagstaff and Prescott in Northern Arizona and finally to the Grand Canyon, one of the natural wonders of the world.

PLACES TO VISIT IN ARIZONA:
Phoenix, Scottsdale & Central AZ

Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall… no matter what time of year you visit the Valley of the Sun, there will be much to see and do. The area’s natural beauty begins with rugged mountains, Saguaro cactus towering over adventure trails, and pink and orange sunsets you thought you only read about in Western novels. The Valley of the Sun refers to the metro Phoenix area and encompasses cities from Scottsdale to Glendale. The Sonoran Desert provides over 325 days of sunshine each year, allowing you to experience the diversity of the Valley in wonderful weather.

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Visit Scottsdale

Surrounded by the Sonoran Desert, Scottsdale features art galleries, scenic golf courses, miles of bike trails for cyclers and runners, and shopping malls and specialty stores for serious shoppers.

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Visit Phoenix

There are so many things to do in Phoenix, Arizona, that the real challenge is narrowing them down! You can spend weeks here and never get bored – but you will get a suntan. The Valley of the Sun has something to offer all kinds of travelers – from families to couples, summertime adventurers to winter refugees, the shopaholic or the history buff.

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Visit Glendale

The town of Glendale is located just west of Phoenix in Arizona’s Valley of the Sun. It’s a small but lively community that attracts visitors from all over the globe, who come to experience the area’s natural beauty, annual events, and unique attractions. There are lots of things to do in Glendale for any type of traveler.

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Visit Carefree

Carefree, Arizona, is a town that lives up to its name. Located in the upper Sonoran Desert at the foothills of the Carefree Mountains, it’s a laid back, upscale desert community.

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PLACES TO VISIT IN ARIZONA:
Grand Canyon, Flagstaff & Northern AZ

The breathtaking beauty of the Grand Canyon, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, is like nothing else you will ever experience. Within its vast expanse and awesome depth, there is an ever changing panorama or color, from the first light of day until the sun sets on the distant horizon, concluding the melodrama until another day. You’ve made it this far – be sure to visit the Grand Canyon and experience its grandeur for yourself.

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Visit Grand Canyon

Two hundred seventy-seven magnificent miles of riverbed running through breathtaking scenes of plateaus, rock formations, falls, rapids, and gorges makes the Grand Canyon truly worthy of it’s name and acclamation as one of the geological showcases of the world.

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Visit Williams

Williams is a unique community with a storied past. It is one of the main entrances to the Grand Canyon National Park and, while today’s visitors can experience the modern amenities seen in most tourist destinations, they are also invited to personally share in the history and nostalgia of this mountain community.
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Visit Flagstaff

In the midst of the world’s largest Ponderosa pine forest, at an elevation of 7,000 feet (2,135 m), Flagstaff is a four season hub of activity where an eclectic mix of small town charm and endless outdoor adventure beckons.

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Visit Petrified Forest

Petrified Forest National Park is known for its fossils, especially of fallen trees that lived in the Late Triassic period of the Mesozoic era, about 225 million years ago. During this period, the region that is now the park was near the equator on the southwestern edge of the supercontinent Pangaea, and its climate was humid and sub-tropical.

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PLACES TO VISIT IN ARIZONA:
Sedona, Prescott & North Central AZ

There are many things to do in Sedona, and the views of Sedona’s famous red rocks are unmatched. Visitors and residents delight in the area’s natural year-round beauty, which is conducive to many types of outdoor activities. It’s easy to spend several days in Sedona exploring hidden canyons and enjoying red rock trails or visiting the area’s sacred sites or vortexes.

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Visit Sedona

Often called “Red Rock Country” Sedona is a four seasons playground for everyone – Whether you’re into history and archeology, arts and culture, power shopping, outdoor sports, or the spiritual and metaphysical.

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Visit Prescott

Prescott, Arizona is home to some of the most amazing natural beauty to be found in Arizona and is a hub of Arizona history, tradition, art, and culture. A ninety minute ride from Phoenix, Prescott has so much to offer the casual traveler or the serious resident interested in a place to call home.

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PLACES TO VISIT IN ARIZONA:
Tucson & Southern AZ

Whether you’re looking for outdoor adventures, world-class dining and resorts, or unbelievably beautiful desert scenery, Tucson has a bit of everything. It’s known for its lively arts scene, cultural diversity, and unique Southwestern history.

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Visit Tucson

Whether you’re looking for outdoor adventures, world-class dining and resorts, or unbelievably beautiful desert scenery, Tucson has a bit of everything. It’s known for its lively arts scene, cultural diversity, and unique Southwestern history.

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Visit Bisbee

Bisbee is more than just a geographical location—it’s a state of mind. Nestled in Cochise County’s Mule Mountains at an elevation of 5,350 ft., Bisbee is a free-thinking oasis that appreciates its past while constantly reinventing itself for the future.

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