Located in southwestern United States, the state of Arizona is the sixth largest and 15th most populous state in the country. Being one of the four-corner states, it borders on New Mexico, Utah, Nevada, California and Mexico. It is most notable for its desert climate with very hot summers and mild winters. The northern half of the state is alive with Pine, Douglas Fir and Spruce forests, mountain ranges and canyons. It has much more mild temperatures in the summer than the southern part and significant snowfall amounts in the winter making it a great place for ski resorts. With such diverse landscape and climate, Arizona is a great destination for your vacation.
20. Old Town Scottsdale
If you’re looking to explore the city scene during your trip to Arizona, it could be worth taking a stop in Old Town Scottsdale. Scottsdale’s charming downtown is home to world-renowned museums, local restaurants, and block parties.
Whether you’re looking for lively nightlife, informative day tours or unique events, Old Town Scottsdale can offer all of the above throughout the entire year. If you are planning to make a stop to Old Town Scottsdale during your trip to Arizona, we recommend visiting museums during the day and exploring the vibrant nightlife during the evening.