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Discriminating foodies love Arizona, thanks to its James Beard and Forbes Five Star award-winning restaurants, American Indian specialties and, of course, authentic Southwestern and Mexican cuisine. And Tucson is the only UNESCO World City of Gastronomy and home to a James Beard-award winning hot dog (it's that good).
Want more ideas for food worth traveling for? Check out:
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Pictured: Cloth & Flame
Photo: Kate Nelle
Arizonaaaaaah. Spend a day or two here and you’ll find things move a little slower in the Grand Canyon State. Maybe it’s the breathtaking natural landscapes, warm air or the comforting spas and resorts, but we enjoy taking time to relax and reconnect—and we do it in style.
Pictured: Under Canvas, Grand Canyon
Arizona is home to dozens of noteworthy roads, byways, and historic loops that make your window feel like a movie screen. No matter where you go, you're sure to spy sprawling expanses of nature and stunning panoramic views.
Pictured: Page Springs Cellars, Cornville
Arizona’s culture is a product of centuries of influence from the many American Indian tribes, Mexican and Spanish colonists and immigrants who made this land their home. Their marks remain in the architecture, art, museums and community-wide traditions celebrated to this day throughout the state.
Pictured: Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix
Our skyscrapers may be a tad rockier, but you could say they’ve been perfected by time. Outdoor explorers will find plenty to enjoy among Arizona’s deserts, mountains and canyons. For those who prefer their outdoors with less ruggedness, peaceful trails, unique wildlife and only-in-Arizona scenic views await.
Fill up on water and start exploring with these recommendations:
Pictured: White Pocket
When it’s time to find that perfect Arizona souvenir, you’ll find an assortment of goods as varied as our desert cactus. Stop into an American Indian shopping hub for authentic art and handicrafts produced by members of local tribes. Or pop into a boutiques listed below for jewelry, clothing, art and food crafted by local artisans.
Pictured: Hamana So'ohs' Gallery, Old Oraibi