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Airports in San Francisco

San Francisco International Airport serves the city of San Francisco, California. It is a public airport situated approximately 21 kilometers away from the city's center. The airport is owned by City and County of San Francisco and managed by San Francisco Airport Commission. It serves as a hub for United Airlines and Virgin America. The airport offers both passenger & cargo services to numerous domestic as well as international destinations. Some of these destinations include Los Angeles, Chicago, Las Vegas, Portland, London, Seoul, Taipei, and more. Passengers can easily commute to and from the airport using various modes of transportations available here such as app-based ride services, charter operators, limousines, taxis, public transit, and more.

Explore Phoenix

Phoenix, the state capital of Arizona attracts huge numbers of sun-lovers during winter season. It is a large sprawling city with modern high-rise buildings. The city offers abundant cultural attractions, historic neighborhoods, museums and a diverse art community. Some of the attractions here include Heard Museum, Phoenix Art Museum, Heritage Square, Taliesin West, and more. Travelers also visit Phoenix to enjoy outdoors. Phoenix features numerous golf courses. The city also has mountains in the vicinity that offer opportunity for hiking, biking, and climbing.

Things to Do in Phoenix

Phoenix Art Museum

Phoenix Art Museum was established during 1959. The collection here comprises art of the European Renaissance, Baroque, the Far East, and the American West. The museum also presents modern and contemporary works, fashion design, live performances, and films. The exhibits here include masterpieces from around the world.

Hall of Flame Fire Museum

Hall of Flame Fire Museum, which also sponsors the National Firefighting Hall of Heroes, is both a historical look at the profession and a tribute to firefighters who have been killed in the line of duty or noted for their heroism. On display at the museum are exhibits dating back to 1725, including old fire-engines and some very curious types of fire-extinguisher. While most of the focus is on the history of firefighting in America, there are also exhibits from Europe and Japan.

Heard Museum

Heard Museum in Phoenix is devoted to the art and culture of the Indian people of the Southwest, with displays of basketwork, pottery, jewelry, textiles, and a large collection of kachina dolls. The museum's exhibit galleries and outdoor courtyards feature traditional and contemporary Native American art. This is a great place to learn about native history and see traditional arts.

Best Time to Fly to Phoenix

The best time to book Phoenix flights is between the months of November-April. During these months, the sky is clear and blue. Since it is a dessert city you will not see flowers bloom in the spring season nor will leaves change their color in the fall. While planning a trip here, do bear in mind that a change in weather is bit unpredictable in deserts.

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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