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Regardless of the season, a trip from Detroit to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) is always a smart call. Phoenix has come into its own as a destination for business and leisure travelers. Cultural attractions like Taliesin West and the Heard Museum, compete with a slew of hopping night spots like Sky Lounge for your attention.
First off, head to Heritage Square and grab a bite from one of dozens of terrific restaurants such as Pizzeria Bianco. Afterwards, check out the Desert Botanical Garden, the Arizona Mining & Mineral Museum, or the Phoenix International Raceway. Phoenix also has some of the best urban hiking in the country, thanks to the McDowell Mountains and South Mountain Park.
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) is found in the southeast corner of the city between I-10 and Route 202. To truly experience Phoenix, a rental car is essential. If you want to catch a Diamondbacks game, Chase Field is conveniently located in central Phoenix, and the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale hosts the Arizona Cardinals.
A flight from Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) to PHX is only four hours. Sky Harbor boasts offices for every major car rental company, which facilitates easy day trips throughout the state. Phoenix is just a quick drive away from Pueblo Grande and Sunset Crater.