Phoenix, AZ Neighborhoods and Homes For Sale
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Phoenix is home to numerous attractions; most can be enjoyed outdoors throughout the year. From live music venues, professional sports games, and art shows, there is always a fun event going on in this vibrant city. This desert paradise is nature's playground; offering emerald green golf courses, hiking trails, mountain views, gardens, parks, zoos, and whitewater rafting. It's location in the northeastern section of the Sonoran Desert offers a gateway into the Grand Canyon that residents and tourists can explore for a unique, southwestern journey.
Phoenix Restaurants and Nightlife
Looking to take your taste buds on a delicious journey is easy in Phoenix. The city has a great lineup of restaurants that offer eclectic cuisines. Southwestern and Mexican dishes are inspired from local produce like pomegranates, citrus fruits, and peppers. You can also delight in foods that are as diverse as the city's residents, which include Italian, BBQ, American, steakhouses, seafood, and Asian cuisines.
This city also comes to life at night by providing multiple entertainment options. No matter what neighborhood you're in, you are bound to find a casino, nightclub, or bar serving up refreshing cocktails, live music, and a welcoming atmosphere. Downtown Phoenix has a two-block mixed-use complex called CityScape that offers an assortment of sophisticated nightlife spots like Lucky Strike, Copper Blues, Gypsy Bar, and Stand Up Live Comedy Theater.
If hiking the trails throughout Sonoran Desert isn't your cup of tea, the city is also home to great indoor cultural attractions like art galleries, museums, and historical sites such as Phoenix Center for the Arts and Shemer Art Center. The rich history and culture is evident in facilities and programs like the Latino Institute, Irish Cultural Center, and Japanese Friendship Garden, which provide a glimpse into foreign traditions and world-class exhibits. You can also explore the 1,500 year-old remains of the Hohokam village at the Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park for a lesson of the city's ancient history.
Navigating the city is easy with access to public transportation services. The Valley Metro Light Rail offers service from central Phoenix, downtown, Tempe, and Mesa. You can easily get to major attractions like the Phoenix Art Museum, Arizona State University, or the Arizona Science Center via the Light Rail. Other forms of transportation like Amtrak, taxis, transit buses, and car services are readily available. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is the main airport for local and international travel and is less than ten minutes from downtown Phoenix.