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Airports in Phoenix

The city of Phoenix is served by 4 airports - Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix Deer Valley Airport, Phoenix Goodyear Airport, and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport. Both Phoenix Deer Valley Airport and Phoenix Goodyear Airport are general aviation reliever airports for Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. The Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport provides commercial flights around the United States. The Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is the primary airport serving the city. It is situated in the Maricopa County, Arizo, approximately 5 kilometers away from the Downtown Phoenix. It provides passenger & cargo services to both domestic and international destinations such as San Jose, Calgary, Vancouver, Cancun, Edmonton, Pureto Vallarta, Atlanta, Denver, San Diego, Las Vegas, and more. All the airports are connected to the city via rental cars, taxis, shuttles, PHX Sky Train, bicycles, and other public transportation.

Explore Guadalajara

The capital and the largest city of the Mexican state of Jalisco, Guadalajara is located in the Western pacific Area of Mexico. The city preserves the independent character of a town conscious of its own traditions. The people of Guadalajara are called as Tapatios and they have left their own distinctive mark on its carefully tended parks, broad avenues, and attractive light-colored buildings. The city is famous as a center of mariachi music and is also a stronghold of the Mexican version of the rodeo and the popular folk dance known as Jarabe Tapatio. Guadalajara's city center features four magnificent square that are handily linked and are arranged in the form of a cross with almost of the major attractions in the city set around them.

Things to do in Guadalajara

Guadalajara Cathedral

Built between 1558 and 1616, Guadalajara Cathedral occupies much of the beautiful public square known as Plaza de Armas. The cathedral stands with its facade fronting the adjacent Plaza de los Laurels. Guadalajara Cathedral is mostly Baroque in appearance and displays a notable blend of various styles, primarily in its fine Gothic interior. The major highlights of the cathedral include is many chapels with lovely paintings attributed to Murillo, Miguel Cabrera, and Cristobal de Villalpando.

Government Palace

Located in Plaza de Armas, Government Palace was completed in 1774. The palace features a magnificent Baroque building with several columns with their zigzag ornamentation, Churrigueresque estipites, and large volutes. The remarkable interior of the palace boasts highlights such as its fine old staircase, various murals depicting the War of Independence, and the painting of heroes of the three Mexican wars painted by renowned fresco-painter Jose Clemente Orozco.

Regional Museum of Guadalajara: Located just a stroll from the Plaza de Armas, Regional Museum of Guadalajara is housed in a former 18th century seminary that served as a prison and headquarters during the War of Independence. The museum was opened in 1918 and puts on display many Pre-Columbian finds and ethnographical displays. The major highlights of Regional Museum of Guadalajara include 14 dioramas and exhibits concerning to local fossil and geography, a fine collection of colonial-era artwork, a collection of contemporary and modern art, and a large mineral collection that incorporates an 800-kilogram meteorite.

Best Time to Fly to Guadalajara

Weather-wise, the best time to visit Guadalajara is between the months of October and December. During this period, the weather remains dry and the temperatures are soothing for travel. In these months, festivals also fill the calendar. For those who want to explore the city in fewer crowds, the excellent time to visit Guadalajara during the months between January and May.

Guadalajara Travelers' Reviews

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The people is kind
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