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Airports in Des Moines

Des Moines is served by Des Moines International Airport. The airport is located at around three miles southwest of Des Moines, Iowa. Des Moines International Airport offers flights to several destinations including the likes of Las Vegas, Charlotte, Denver, Phoenix, and more. Bus transportation options to and from the airport include the metro transit, interstate bus lines, and the Heart of Iowa Regional Transit Agency buses offering service throughout Polk County. Bus service is available to and from Des Moines International Airport from Monday through Friday. Other ground transportation options here include car rentals, hotel shuttles, Limousines, regional shuttles, and taxis.

Explore Phoenix

The capital city of the US state of Arizona, Phoenix offers tourists with excellent resort options. The city is well known for its soothing and dry climate attracting hordes of tourists from all over the world. Phoenix has much more to offer than a stereotypical resort city. It is a sprawling city boasting a blend of skyscrapers, Spanish and colonial influences, and a toss of the Wild West. The city is home to several museums, art centers, theaters, and a plethora of other great-to-visit tourist attractions.

Things to do in Phoenix

Phoenix Symphony

An excellent place to visit for art lovers, Phoenix Civic Plaza Convention Center organizes Phoenix Symphony programs from September to May. The program includes pops, chamber, and classic performances. Phoenix Symphony is the only full-time professional orchestra in Arizona.

Arizona Science Center

Boasting hundreds of interactive exhibits in five galleries, Arizona Science Center is an excellent place to visit for inquisitive travelers. Arizona Science Center also features exhibitions, an IMAX Theater, and an enormous planetarium.

South Mountain Park

The largest city in the country, South Mountain Park covers more than 16,000 acres of desert landscape. The park is home to miles of trails that are ideal for horseback riding, hiking, and mountain biking. At night, tourists can enjoy wonderful views over the city and the city lights.

Best Time to Fly to Phoenix

Weather-wise, the best time to visit Phoenix is from November through April. During this period, the skies remain clear. The city experiences a subtropical desert climate that makes it hard to forecast the weather. The summers here are extremely hot and the winters are mild to warm.

Phoenix Travelers' Reviews

  Ms
I really enjoyed Arizona and seeing a part of the country that I have never seen. I will be back!
- Kerry  May 30, 2018
  Arizona
Arizona is nice we just prefer more greenery in the land.
- Member  May 25, 2018

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