Why Visit Phoenix
Phoenix is more than cacti and coyotes. You’ll find some of the nation’s top resorts and spas here, PGA tournament golf courses, and a vibrant culinary scene. And then there’s the weather. Phoenix travel is especially popular during the city's mild winters, and it boasts roughly 300 days of sunshine every year.
When to Visit Phoenix
Sunny skies and moderate 60- to 80-degree days make November through April the most popular time to visit Phoenix. March is especially busy thanks to the 15 major league teams who come for spring training. For the best deals on Phoenix travel, come during the summer and cool off at resort pools.
Temperatures average 105 to 110 degrees but can top 120 degrees—hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk—in June, July, and August. Monsoon season, from mid-July to mid-September, brings rain and mild humidity. November ushers in cooler weather for Phoenix travel, but temps jump to the 80s by March.
Where to Stay in Phoenix
What to Do in Phoenix
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