Flights to Phoenix
Known as the Valley of the Sun, this desert city is the capital of Arizona, and the basis of a real adventure for sun-seekers. Discover this arid landscape of desert scrub, sprawling suburbs and uncompromising terrain. You’ll find plenty of opportunities for hiking, biking, and horse riding here.
Flights to Phoenix with our valued partner Delta Air Lines
Aside from the natural wonders, there are many cultural offerings in Phoenix for visitors to enjoy. Taliesin West, the abstract desert home of Frank Lloyd Wright contains the all-important archives from the famous American architect, and offers tours, camps, and classes to visitors. Immerse yourself in desert culture with our flights to Phoenix.
Desert plant life
Familiarise yourself with the stark beauty of Arizona at the Desert Botanical Garden. A series of trails and interactive exhibitions will help you learn more about the nature of the desert.
The insightful Heard Museum showcases Native American art and history, with a number of exhibition galleries, regular special events and outdoor sculpture gardens.
An aquatic adventure
Surrounded by six lakes, there are plenty of opportunites for an aquatic adventure. Some lakes have kayaking, water skiing and wakeboarding available. Get the lowdown on our blog.
Farm to table food
With so much sunshine, there's plenty of opportunity for al fresco dining. You can find outdoor farm to table food within easy reach of the city. Our blog post has the highlights.
Time to relax
It isn't just about outdoor adventure and al fresco dining, there are plenty of opportunities for desert inspired spa treatments in Phoenix. See some top picks from our blog.
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Fly with our partner Delta Air Lines to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
Visit our dedicated US visa page, where you'll find lots of useful information on the travel documents you'll need.
The currency in Phoenix is the US Dollar (USD).
Phoenix is 8 hours behind London (GMT).
The electricity supply is 120 volts in Phoenix. Standard British plugs will need an adapter.