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Old Downtown Scottsdale is a fun place to spend the day. Dining, galleries, museums, theater, nightlife and shopping. The Scottsdale Trolley provides a free year-round service in the downtown area... más información

Old Town Scottsdale is a fun place to visit during your sty in the Phoenix area. There's tons of places to dine as well as visiting art galleries, museums, theaters, nightlife and shopping. The Sco... más información

Old Town Scottsdale is a fun little town. It's filled with art galleries, bistros, wine bars, and the smell of all things leather. Scottsdale is an upscale shopper / diner paradise. We think it's g... más información

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Camelback Mountain is probably the most iconic spot in Phoenix, Arizona. Nestled near the heart of the city, the mountain has two climbs to get to the top. The Echo Canyon is more strenuous - defin... más información

Cholla trail: 2.6 mile strenuous hike. Access to hike off of Cholla Ln and parking on Invergordon road. Echo Canyon trail: 2.5 mile strenuous hike. Parking available off of Echo Canyon pkwy and ... más información

Camelback Mountain is a noteworthy attraction that I recommend everybody experiences at least once in their life, and absolutely a must see while visiting Phoenix! Whether simply going to observe ... más información

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A top destination in Arizona, Tempe Town Lake. You'll definitely notice the lake during your stay. It's an engineering marvel that protects the region from flooding and provides lots of recreation!

The lake may be man-made, but it's older than you think. Early Hohokam settlers dammed the Salt River to create intricate canals and a lake. It's now a great place to walk, day or night. Loads o... más información

Tempe Town Lake is located in the heart of Tempe, running from west of McClintock Road to east of Priest Road between Rio Salado Parkway and Curry Road. A system of paths allow people to walk, jog,... más información

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The town of Cave Creek is full of all things cowboy from the old town itself, to kitschy western shops, cool restaurants, thrift stores, and just plain people watching.

Cave Creek has it all. You can do everything from hiking to horseback riding. This town has a feel for the old west. Great food, specialty shops, biker bars & Bull riding on Friday nights. They... más información

Recomendado por 37 anfitriones de la zona

Mill Avenue is the main drag near Arizona State University, is bustling with students and has a great number of shops, bars, restaurants and is fun to just walk. The Mill Avenue Fair is in the spring.

Mill Ave is a staple for Tempe nightlife. Plenty of bars to choose from but more of a college scene so if you aren't interested in hanging out with younger kids, try Arcadia or Scottsdale!

Stroll down Tempe's Mill Avenue and you will see students galore, and depending on the time of year, a art festival or two. Catch up at one of the many restaurants and bars, enjoy the shaded streets.

Recomendado por 32 anfitriones de la zona

Hot spot for sporting events, concerts, indie coffee shops and boutiques and fun bars- light rail access

Explore: the historic Home district Willow, Encanto, and Garfield, the arts district Roosevelt Row and Grand Avenue, Night Clubs, Bars, Restaurants and financial district.

There's a little bit of everything downtown. Sports venues, museums, shops, restaurants, and bars. Take the light rail or ride sharing and avoid parking (even though there's plenty of it available).

Recomendado por 63 anfitriones de la zona

Phoenix Convention Center. Home to over 900,000 sq feet of event fun and one of the top 20 convention venues in North America.

The 24-acre Phoenix Convention Center, in the heart of Downtown Phoenix, has been hosting national and regional conventions and trade shows as well as consumer events and theatrical productions sin... más información

Many of my guests are here on conferences held at the Convention Center. They are looking for a less expensive, more authentic experience nearby away from the noisy downtown scene. It's a 10 minute... más información

Recomendado por 19 anfitriones de la zona

Upscale part of Phoenix about 20-25 min

Scottsdale is it's own flavor- art, shops, bars, restaurants. Drive- no light rail

A shopping and gallery mecca. Lots of art galleries, great places to eat,bars & music, Native American shops + a huge mall. There is a free shuttle that will carry you all around downtown Scotts... más información

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America's largest butterfly atrium is now in Scottsdale, Arizona! Features include a 3D Theater, Butterfly Emergence Gallery and Butterfly Conservatory

A beautiful place to see the life-cycle of the butterfly. Not recommended for very young children (under 4) due to the delicate nature of butterflies, but recommended for families with school-age c... más información

This was a fun way to spend 30 minutes in Scottsdale. I had a really cool 3-D movie about the monarch butterfly in the United States. Then you go to a large area where they have butterflies from al... más información

Recomendado por 41 anfitriones de la zona

Lively area with lots of restaurants, shops, music, fine art movie theater, and street artists.

Mill Ave is walking distance from the house and a great street to go out and enjoy the evening.

Check it out for info on our downtown area. Cafes, bars, restaurant, multi-plex cinema, live theater, light rail public transit and sporting events all within walking distance.

Recomendado por 12 anfitriones de la zona

Lots of galleries, restaurants, theatre, ice cream parlors, cafes, market place, tourist attractions and shops

There are too many nightlife venues throughout the Valley of the Sun to mention but Downtown Scottsdale is very close so you will be sure to find one or more that suits you. Plus there are compani... más información

Art galleries, restaurants and bars, great shopping. A must when visiting our neck of the woods.

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Mill Avenue is the main thoroughfare through downtown Tempe. It's within walking distance to Arizona State University and has many shops, restaurants and drinking establishments. Especially fun... más información

A ton of Restaurants and bars along this st. Right next to Arizona State University

The life of Tempe will be found on Mill Ave. Bars, restaurants and shopping line the most popular street in Tempe.

Recomendado por 9 anfitriones de la zona

First Friday and Art Galleries abound here.

The street closes down every first Friday of the month and gives way to a festival of art, food trucks, and fun.

Cool Bohemian vibe ,first Friday art walk

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All the best bars and nightclubs Arizona has to offer will be located in the Scottsdale Entertainment District. Here are a list of a few Bars/Clubs you will need to check out: * Bottled Blonde * D... más información

If you want to see and be seen, there's no better place than the Entertainment District. Bars, clubs, pool parties, live name it, they've got it!

Old Town Scottsdale's Entertainment District is located just a 4-minute Uber ride away. You will find no shortage of restaurant or bar options to keep you entertained down here. Whiskey Row, Dako... más información

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(From Website) Tortilla Flat is an authentic remnant of an old west town, nestled in the midst of the Tonto National Forest, in the Superstition Mountain Range. Tortilla Flat started out as a stag... más información

Tortilla Flat is an authentic remnant of an old west town, nestled in the midst of the Tonto National Forest, in the Superstition Mountain Range. Great day trip and vistas along the way.

Tortilla Flat is an authentic remnant of an old west town, nestled in the midst of the Tonto National Forest, in the Superstition Mountain Range. Tortilla Flat started out as a stagecoach stop in 1... más información

Recomendado por 7 anfitriones de la zona

The Scottsdale ArtWalk is perfect for a casual evening with friends and family or for those searching for that special piece. Many special exhibitions, demonstrations and entertainment are offered ... más información

Famous 5th Ave Shops, Scottsdale

There are over 80 specialty shops on 5th Avenue that offer an eclectic and unique mix of goods. From hand forged jewelry to contemporary artwork, let Scottsdale inspire your inner artist! 5th Ave... más información

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Come and visit Goldfield Ghost Town today! Walk down Main Street, explore the many shops and historic buildings. Tour the historic Mammoth Gold Mine and visit the Goldfield Museum. Pan for gold the... más información

Takes visitors through the abandoned town just nearby, and even puts on an Old West gun fight. A little kitschy? Sure. Totally fun? Absolutely. Pan for gold and take a ride on a narrow gauge train ... más información

See a gunfight, take a train ride or zip line, eat freshly made delicious fudge OR you can even arrange for your best friend to be arrested by the town sherriff. Then watch what happens after that!... más información

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Starting at Goldfield Ghost Town, will snake you along the historic road where some of the best scenery in central Arizona can be seen.

The Apache Trail is a drive through Arizona that passes lakes, takes you through canyons and steep drops. It turns into a dirt road, and can get narrow when passing other cars. Pack a lunch!

If you've got a truck or SUV, take the Apache Trail to Roosevelt Lake. 30 miles of cliff-hanging dirt roads that will make you think you're in a Roadrunner & Coyote cartoon.

Recomendado por 5 anfitriones de la zona

The Fifth Avenue arts district in Scottsdale, Arizona combines the ambiance of old Scottsdale with some of the best restaurants, unique shops, salons, contemporary art, and nightlife.

If you're looking for unique boutiques, souvenir shops, Native American-made Turquoise jewelry, postcards, Scorpion paperweights, Kokopelli yard art, Chili Pepper ristras and wind chimes, plus Sun... más información

Stroll on over to explore charming shops, try out unique eating spots.

Recomendado por 13 anfitriones de la zona

Downtown Chandler is a great little spot for casual dinner and drinks any night of the week.

This is the heart of Chandler, where City hall is located, along with dozens of bars, restaurants, shops and more.

Our downtown is petite yet a busy place to be early morning. You can find San Marcos Sheraton Golf resort. At walking distance our Library, Municipal Court, lovely City Hall and a delicious coffee... más información

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Most interesting, never mentioned place to visit. Weird and awesome. Great personal tour. Best example of living off the land and recycling. Must see to believe.

Everyone says this place is a must see. I have lived here my whole life and never been here. Please check it out and let me know!

Amazing tour of a man the came to AZ and built this house room by room. Fascinating history. Only open during the cooler months of the year.

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Good for walking, running, biking. The path is along Central from Bethany Home to Northern Ave. William J. Murphy, who moved from Illinois to Phoenix in 1883, built the Arizona Canal and establish... más información

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Interesting foothills trail in the South Mountain

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Trails provide a great, all around view of North Phoenix.

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New American bar, grill & rotisserie plating updated classics in a sleek, industrial-chic setting

Rustic-style shopping center with boutiques, restaurants, salons & other services.

Recomendado por 2 anfitriones de la zona

Great Italian Food / Happy Hour

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This is the nearest canal, with an entrance <3 miles ride from your room. It can take you pretty much anywhere!