Chandler is in the Greater Phoenix area and has developed greatly in the last 10 years. It is home to several venues that are becoming more and more popular. Downtown Chandler is filled with both trendy and unique shops and restaurants, as well as eclectic art museums. It’s downtown district hosts a micro-brewery and winery, the only downtown area to have both in Arizona. Visitors can enjoy hiking, horseback riding and golfing on championship-level courses, among many other outdoor activities. Chandler boasts to have an average of 330 sunny days out of the year.
It is located miles away from the international Sky Harbor airport and can easily be reached by Santan or Superstition Freeways.
Chandler allows travelers to stay in a smaller city while still having access to all the venues and events in the Phoenix or Scottsdale areas.
Official Tourism Site: http://www.tempetourism.com/
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