California, Arizona, Washington, Alaska… What next?
Oh wait, Utah! You trip to the western world of USA is incomplete without making a memorable trip to the unbelievable and jaw dropping state of Utah. From phenomenal deserts to the snowcapped peaks, wondrous forests to the serene salt lake, Utah is the place to be!
And what’s the fun if you don’t visit the capital? The Salt Lake city is one of its kind, a planet of its own, a little piece of heaven on the mighty earth. Travelers must preplan every aspect of their journey, and here is a good reason to look at this Salt Lake City guide.
Let’s get familiar with the when, where and how to get to the city.
Does time of the year matter? Absolutely! The city will seem to have transformed in the eyes of a tourist visiting in another season. Ideally, fall is the best time to be in the city. Children are busy at schools and hotel prices lower down. The temperatures stay pretty perfect between September and October. Winters in the city are not so harsh, so you’ll find a swarm of skiers crowding the city. This is where you are likely to have a higher budget for your traveling. April and May is the time the city experiences its sweet spring. While the surroundings look fresh and picturesque at that time, the melting mountains may irritate the customers with the dampness. It is essential to carry water proof shoes along if you must visit during these months. Summer is a less popular time to visit the city in comparison to the winters. The three months of the summers is the best time to visit the wonderful parks of the city. The lively festivals during these months offer great entertainment to the visitors. Often, travelers are found resting in the forest trails to escape the heat.
What not to see if you follow the Salt Lake City guide? Nothing! The Salt Lake Downtown of the city steals the show, with most tourists spending most of their time over there. Be part of the best events of the city as most of them are held here. Excellent shopping, exciting ski experiences and live concerts are some of the many reasons why it is so popular. The Temple Square is a treat for the historians, with spectacular gardens in view and headquarters of Jesus Christ Later-day Saints Church. Based on a vast area of 35 acres, the majestic temple took four decades to get built! And how were you thinking of visiting the capital without making a trip to the Great Salt Lake? Why is it so salty? How does it not support any aquatic life? What makes it so unique? Satisfy your curious mind by visiting the lake.
How to get to the city? The Salt Lake City International Airport welcomes many tourists every day and it well linked to the Downtown by bus, rail and taxi.