Phoenix Travel Guide
Welcome to Phoenix!
With a population of over one million, Phoenix is the largest city in Arizona and the state capital. Situated in the midst of a desert full of saguaro and prickly pear cactus, Phoenix is also a popular tourist destination, particularly as a winter getaway for visitors from Canada and the northern United States. Golf is one of the more popular activities in Phoenix and can be played year round at one of the hundreds of local courses. Added attractions include the Arizona State Capitol Museum and the Deer Valley Rock Art Center, two integral parts of any Phoenix visit. The Celebrity Theatre, conveniently located in the downtown area, is a popular venue for concerts and other events. In addition to these attractions, Phoenix boasts a selection of fine dining restaurants and nightclubs to keep visitors well-fed and entertained, as well as a variety of lodgings to accommodate them.
This museum is committed to the history of fire suppression and contains over 90 full restored pieces of fire fighting equipment.
Hotels & Motels
The Ritz-Carlton Phoenix is nestled in the heart of the city's shopping, dining and financial district, makes it the ideal retreat for both business and pleasure seekers.
The Hook Up specializes in guided fly fishing for trout in Arizona's high country and bass fishing the desert lakes surrounding Phoenix and Scottsdale.