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Old Hollywood, posh dessert space, rolling hills, clear night skies and golfing for everyone. Palm Springs, California is a laid back resort town full of art and culture, mid-century modern delights, and a beautiful landscape. Just a quick flight and you can enjoy warm weather and fun for everyone.
The best way to explore Palm Springs is by car so you can enjoy the downtown core, Coachella Valley, and all the golf courses your heart desires. When you arrive to Palm Springs International Airport (PSP), your relaxation starts as you trade long lines for a beautiful open-air airport where you can stroll through the lush walkways, pass by some water features and enjoy the scenery of the gardens, and out to a variety of ride share companies, taxi's or your car rental service.
The easiest way to save some cash in Palm Springs is to take advantage of the scenery and enjoy the outdoors and the always-perfect weather. There are also many ways you can enjoy art and history for free by visiting the plethora of museums and tour companies that are open to all at no charge! Markets and fairs with local fruits, veggies, and artisan treats are also available and a great way to live like a local and stay on budget. We always encourage you to plan ahead, so if there is a restaurant or activity you would like to visit, buying tickets in advance or purchasing a gift card at a discounted rate is a great tip for the savvy traveler. Check out more ideas here.
Palm Springs is located just east of LA and although they share the same gorgeous weather, you might be more relaxed when you visit this easy-going town once known to host the Hollywood stars of the 20's who needed a retreat. Palm Springs is known for amazing restaurants, natural hot springs, and of course the golf courses and arts scene mentioned above, but, you can also enjoy year-round leisurely strolling with mild weather and less hustle and bustle.