Wide open spaces punctuated by monolithic mesas. Statuesque forms of saguaro cacti emphasized by the setting sun. Inky skies strewn with a galaxy of stars. This is Arizona. But while the 48th state’s natural beauty is certainly a highlight, it isn’t all this incredible territory has to offer. Foodies and art aficionados will feel equally at home as outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers.
Roads in Arizona feel like they stretch on forever, carving paths between towns that ooze Southwestern charm and past natural wonders. Whether you want to snap a picture at the edge of Horseshoe Bend, sleep under the stars in Sedona, or chase sunsets across the state, a road trip is the way to get there. Embrace the open road and explore all that Arizona has to offer.
Brimming with fine food and wine—and some of the best spas in the US—life is just a little more laid back on the foothills of the Camelback Mountain in Scottsdale.
Amid nine distinct neighborhoods lies a unique range of boutique shops, restaurants, museums and art galleries with a magnetic Old West ambience. Aptly named Old
Scottsdale’s thriving arts and entertainment, vibrant food and drink, and breathtaking desert landscape make it an easy pull for every type of traveler. Especially us
Arizona is a magical place. From saguaro cacti to ancient Navajo secrets, there’s a special sense of calm and rejuvenation that washes over me every
Located in the heart of Metropolitan Phoenix, Tempe is a college town with a unique personality, thriving food scene and plenty of opportunity to explore.
From a vibrant arts and culture scene to a plethora of outdoor activities that everyone can enjoy, and a foodie scene that’s out of this
Tucson may be Arizona’s second-largest city, but certainly not taking second place when it comes to natural beauty, fascinating history, and epicurean delights.
I moved to Tucson on something of a whim. It seemed affordable, and not too far from my family in California. But boy, I had
Arizona’s capital and largest city, Phoenix offers travelers a mixture of arts and culture, outdoor adventure, and culinary experiences that make it a not-to-be-missed destination.
Although an early wake-up call may contradict the idea of vacation R&R for some, it’s really the most superb way to begin your day in
Humans have found ways to communicate through creative expression since the dawn of time. In Phoenix, these efforts can be observed in a myriad of
Whether you’re headed to Phoenix for business, leisure, or anything in between, this vibrant desert city is an ever-evolving arts and culture hub—you just have
For the snap-happy creatives, content creators, art aficionados or culture vultures, there is so much more to Phoenix than cowboys and canyons … Phoenix is
There are a few things that you might think about when you think of Arizona. The seemingly endless ridges, cliffs and ravines of the Grand
Phoenix isn’t famous for one singular dish or style of cuisine, but its culinary concepts are inventive, diverse and inviting, thanks to the city’s Southwestern
A vast and ancient land with so much to offer, Arizona gives travelers the chance to experience the wonder of its natural attractions and Southwestern charm.
Winslow, Arizona’s La Posada Hotel “Standing on the corner in Winslow, Arizona, and such a fine place to be” the Eagles song earworm plagued me
Amateur outdoor enthusiasts may scoff at the idea of there being a variety of adventurous activities in Arizona. They doubt how much of a good
Food, much like music, is a universal language. In fact, when words fail during most cross-cultural exchanges, it’s gastronomy that tends to fill in the
Canyon de Chelly ancient cliffs stand proudly in the middle of the Navajo Nation in northeastern Arizona. As one of the longest continuously inhabited landscapes