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Airports in San Francisco

The US city of San Francisco in California is primarily served by San Francisco International Airport. The airport also serves San Francisco Bay Area and is a major gateway to Europe and Asia. Located 13 miles away from downtown San Francisco, this airport is the largest in Northern California and the second-busiest in California. San Francisco International Airport is well-connected to all parts of the city through a superb transportation network comprising a rail network (BART and Caltrain), buses operated by nearby San Mateo County (called SamTrans), shared ride, vans, hotel courtesy shuttles, and taxis.

Explore Palm Springs

Palm City is a desert resort city of the Riverside County in the US state of California. The city is located about 55 miles east of San Bernandino. The significant ways of recreation in the city are the biking, hiking, golfing, horseback riding, tennis, and swimming in the desert and mountain areas located in proximity. Palm Springs is also renowned for its design elements and mid-century modern architecture. In addition, there is a plethora of other imposing attractions in town to keep tourists entertained.

Things to do in Palm Springs

Palm Canyon

Palm Canyon is located around 6 miles south of the downtown Palm Springs. It is a 15-mile long canyon wilderness and a retreat with waterfalls and a creek. Here, fan palm trees grow in profusion. The canyon offers visitors with hiking and walking trails.

Mount San Jacinto

Soaring over 10,000 feet above the desert floor on the border of Palm Springs, Mount San Jacinto is reached by the aerial tram. The temperature at the point is cooler even in summer and offers snow in winters. Mount San Jacinto offers scenic vistas of the surrounding areas.

Palm Springs Art Museum

Palm Springs Art Museum offers displays of performing art and artwork. It was used to focus exclusively on the desert in the beginning. Though, now it has shifted its emphasis on modern and contemporary art, with collection including paintings, pottery, photography, architecture, sculpture, and glass.

Best Time to Fly to Palm Springs

Weather-wise, the best time to visit the city of Palm Springs is from January to April. During these months, the weather of the city remains soothing and pleasant enough for sightseeing.

Palm Springs Travelers' Reviews

A most vacation...

My husband and I loved everything about Las Vegas... The Strips and Fairmount area was amazing. There were so many different attractions to see. You really don't need a rental car, but you must have comfortable shoes to walk up and down the strips. - Petrina  Sep 14, 2021

Amazing Nature

Iceland was amazing. There is so much natural beauty everywhere you look. Lots to see and do if you like the outdoors. What a great trip! - Lynn  Sep 13, 2021