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Explore Phoenix, Arizona. America’s 5th-largest city offers cosmopolitan pursuits – dining, resorts, the arts, shopping – amid beautiful, hike-able desert scenery. Read More »
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Ski, hike, visit the Grand Canyon or the Hopi or Navajo tribal lands in Northern Arizona, home to Flagstaff, the Grand Canyon, and the White Mountains. Read More »
Holding such cities as Sedona, Jerome, Prescott, and Payson, this central region of Arizona offers red rocks, forest hikes, art galleries, and western history. Read More »
Explore the lush Sonoran Desert, rich mining past, Old West history, Hispanic culture, and cosmopolitan lifestyle of Tucson, Arizona, and its surrounding cities. Read More »
Arizona's not all desert. Cool off in any of the region's lakes and reservoirs (Lake Havasu, anyone?), or the Colorado River. Read More »
Arizona’s cities and towns are a delightful mix sprawling urban centers, tiny charmers, historic haunts and cultural gems. Each one offers a treasure trove of distinctive experiences worth discovering. Old West towns invite you to walk the streets of Arizona’s boisterous frontier past. Quiet artist enclaves welcome free spirits inspired by the beauty of their surroundings. Lively cities beckon with shows and trendy restaurants. No matter where you end up, you’ll never want to leav
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The center of the state and the center of it all, this region is where big things happen. You’ll find some of Arizona’s largest cities and South Mountain Park, the largest municipal park in the United States, here. Plus: professional sports teams and award-winning chefs.
The center of the state and the center of it all, this region is where big things happen. You’ll find some of Arizona’s largest cities and South Mountain Park, the largest municipal park in the United States, here. Plus: professional sports teams and award-winning chefs.Phoenix & Central