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Book Cheap Flights from Indianapolis to Phoenix

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Airports in Indianapolis

Indianapolis is served by Indianapolis International Airport. The airport is located about 11 kilometers southwest of downtown Indianapolis. Indianapolis International Airport offers flights to several destinations including the likes of Charlotte, Denver, Philadelphia, Orlando, and more. From the airport, bus service to the greater Indianapolis area, Ball State University (Muncie), Indiana University (Bloomington) and Purdue University (Lafayette and West Lafayette) areas are available. Other ground transportation options include car rental, taxi service, Uber and Lyft, and hotel courtesy vehicles.

Explore Phoenix

Phoenix is the capital city of the US state of Arizona offering tourists with excellent resort options. The city is makes sightseeing even pleasant with 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 an extensive city boasting an intermingling of skyscrapers, Spanish and colonial influences, and a toss of the Wild West. The city treats visitors with several museums, art centers, theaters, and a plethora of other great-to-visit tourist attractions.

Things to do in Phoenix

Arizona State Capitol Museum

Featuring a lot of permanent, temporary, and traveling exhibitions, Arizona State Capitol Museum is set among beautiful gardens in the old State Capitol. This building was constructed in 1900 and was the seat of government until 1974. Arizona State Capitol Museum boasts a range of exhibitions focusing on the history of Arizona.

Arizona Science Center

Home to hundreds of interactive exhibits in five galleries, Arizona Science Center is an apt place to visit for inquisitive travelers. Arizona Science Center also puts on display the exhibitions, boasts an IMAX Theater, and has an enormous planetarium.

South Mountain Park

The largest city park in the country, South Mountain Park is spread in more than 16,000 acres of desert landscape. The park abodes miles of trails that are idyllic for horseback riding, hiking, and mountain biking. At night, travelers can enjoy delightful 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 summers here are extremely hot and the winters are mild to warm.

Phoenix Travelers' Reviews

Great trip to see my bestie whom is now cancer free. Was a great 3 days and a great reason to make the trip.
- Jenny  Dec 11, 2018
  Last minute flight
Easy site maneuvering great experience
- Member  Nov 21, 2018

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