Tourist Attractions in Arizona
Phoenix is a modern city that attracts great numbers of visitors in the winter who come here to enjoy the pleasant climate. Golf courses and spas are plentiful around Phoenix.
At the heart of the old west is Tucson, which is today a large modern city. Golf courses, a warm winter climate, and nearby Saguaro National Park entice visitors to the area.
Sedona is regarded as mystical place with vortexes and beautiful red rock formations. The town has long attracted artists and photographers, many of whom have shops in town.
Scottsdale, located outside of Phoenix, has many luxury resorts, some great golf courses, and is home to the Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural masterpiece, Taliesin West.
Prescott has become a popular tourist destination with several golf courses, an interesting landscape for hiking and biking, and nearby lakes for boating and fishing.
Located at 7,028ft / 2,142m, Flagstaff has a much cooler climate than other areas of Arizona. The town has pine trees, nearby ski hills and golf courses, museums, and more.
Tombstone was once a Wild West town where legends were born. While the history still exists, the Tombstone of today attempts to recreate the scene in a theme park fashion.