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Located just thirteen miles from downtown Cincinnati, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) can be accessed using I-71 or I-75.
Flights usually last for about three-and-a-half hours to Phoenix Sky Harbor International (PHX) Airport, just three miles from the downtown area. Taxis, shuttles and rental cars are all available.
The Desert Botanical Garden brings together a variety of different plants and cacti, allowing guests to get a feel for the desert atmosphere. There are unpaved walking areas, so comfortable shoes are a must.
For those interested in a more challenging hike, consider Camelback Mountain. There are several trails from which to choose and the views from the top look out over Scottsdale.
Check out the Musical Instrument Museum, which includes a performance area and offers insight into instruments from around the world. You don't need to be able to play music to benefit from the visit.
Phoenix is in the desert so expect things to be hot and dry for most of the year. In fact, the area is often one of the hottest cities in the United States in the summer. However, temperatures drop in the winter. July tends to be rainy, however, and the area often averages 7 inches of rain a year.