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Booking a trip from New Orleans to Phoenix?

If you’re planning to travel from New Orleans to Phoenix, Arizona soon, you may be looking for places to stay, things to do, and transportation options. Don’t know where to start? Here’s your resource for all things Phoenix. Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport provides service to millions of travelers in the New Orleans area each year. This bustling airport is currently under construction to add a new 35 gate terminal set to open in early 2019.

Once in Phoenix you will arrive at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. This airport serves approximately 43 million passengers a year and offers a museum, a fitness trail and the 24-hour automated PHX Sky Train which connects the airport to the Valley Metro Rail. If you arrive in Phoenix hungry and can’t wait to eat, not to worry, you will discover plenty of dining options on both sides of the security check-in in all three terminals. Travelers at Sky Harbor International Airport will be delighted with a choice of local, regional and national restaurants some open 24 hours a day. All three terminals also offer a multitude of shops allowing you to look for an item you may have neglected to pack, a last minute gift or a souvenir.

Things to Do in Phoenix, Arizona

While you may be tempted to lay out by the pool under the the bright rays of sunshine all day, there's so much more that Phoenix has to offer. If you’re looking for that perfect Instagram photo, check out Roosevelt Row. Roosevelt Row has some of the best street art in all of Arizona. You’ll find it hard to walk away from the street without picking up a few art pieces for your home!

Do you love to hike? Camelback Mountain is the perfect place for you. The views leading up to the top of the 2,704 foot mountain are absolutely breathtaking, especially during the summer and fall. Make sure you have the right pair of shoes and a bottle of sunscreen with you though! Nobody wants to ruin a great vacation with a sunburn.

Where to Stay

If you love the nightlife, choose a hotel in Downtown Central Phoenix. You’ll be close to many shops, restaurants, museums, theatres, and even sports arenas. The Hotel Valley Ho and the Best Western Inn of Tempe are great choices.

Want to get out of the city? Look for hotels, Airbnb’s, or bed & breakfasts in Tempe or Scottsdale. Scottsdale is the perfect area for people looking for the luxurious side of Phoenix. Tempe is the hub for college students, but also young adults looking to have a lot of fun.

So now that you know where to stay, what to do, and how to get from one place to another, it’s time to start planning!

Phoenix, Arizona Transportation Options

Getting around Phoenix is pretty easy with these transportation options.

  • Valley Metro bus
  • Valley Metro rail
  • Uber/Lyft/Taxi
  • Rental cars
  • You also have the option of taking a bicycle around the city as a way to really soak up all of the culture and views.

Airlines Servicing Phoenix, Arizona

  • Spirit Airlines
  • Frontier Airlines
  • Southwest Airlines
  • Delta Airlines
  • JetBlue Airlines
  • United Airlines
  • American Airlines
  • Sun Country Airlines

Phoenix Travelers' Reviews

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Its very nice experienced and thats my 1st experienced
- Member  Aug 06, 2018
  Mrs
We enjoyed our trip to Phoenix. They had plenty to keep you busy. We were there for a week and only touched some main highlights. I think you could easily spend two weeks and not see everything. Really enjoyed Grand Canyon, Sedona it was beautiful, Train ride to La Verde, city of Williams and Jerome. Trip after arriving in Phoenix was enjoyable!!
- Sara  Jul 30, 2018

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