Palm Springs - Beautiful Tourist Destination For You
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July 30, 2012 - PRLog -- Riverside County, California, within the Coachella Valley offers one of the most beautiful desert cities, Palm Springs. Nestled conveniently east of San Bernardino, this desert paradise is not very far from Los Angeles, San Diego and Phoenix, Arizona. Owing to its convenient location, this desert city is easily approached by tourists from around the world. This blissful place has earned tourist destination recognition during the 1950s and 1960s when mainly Hollywood movie stars used to flock here. Gradually, the desert area has become an entertaining place for all ages. Renowned for its assets of indoor and outdoor activities, the desert city is known to offer excellent hiking, horse riding trails or other casual relaxation options.
Getting in to the amazing desert scenario, Palm Springs is quite easy. It is a place that is well connected to every part of the world through airways, roadways or rail. This desert area boasts of one of the busiest International Airport located right in the center of the desert city. The airport has scheduled daily flight connections with major cities throughout the United States and Canada. Along with this Air taxi and aircraft charter companies such as Air Royale International and Desert Jet also provide private aircraft charter services from this international airport. Another option of reaching the desert city is through LA/Ontario International Airport. Situated about 70 miles to the west of desert city, this airport also has many flight connections and additionally, it is the closest airport served by Southwest Airlines.
Reaching Palm Springs is even easier by trains, Amtrak Station, located in 300 North Indian Canyon Drive. Amtrak's Sunset Limited route connects the desert area with Los Angeles and with Arizona and spots eastward with three westbound and three eastbound trains per week. Amtrak is also the point that connects the desert to and from the San Joaquins trains, running up California's Central Valley to the Bay Area and Sacramento. Or else visit the desert paradise by car from Los Angeles and, take Interstate 10 East towards Phoenix. The desert is about a two hour drive from most Southern California destination.