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Do you enjoy the sunshine of Arizona? Tempe is a city!
Home to Arizona State University and many other attractions, the city is known for being named after the Vale of Tempe in Greece. In 1879, Darrell Duppa suggested the name of the place when comparing parts of the Salt River Valley to the Vale of Tempe.
The city is rich in fun, entertainment and great nightlife.
Here’s what you do with Tempe:
Take a night walk between bars and restaurants in the Mill Avenue area
The Mill Avenue area is a comfortable place to shop, dine and enjoy the nightlife. It is a pedestrian friendly place and well planned. You can browse the shops, eat your favorite food, relax and look at the people around you.
You can also spend some time at the bar (if you like).
The Mill Avenue district has a quiet atmosphere. Here you can feel a real sense of community.
Hit the water at Lake Tempetown
Lake Tempetown is Arizona’s second most visited tourist attraction. Wide cement walkways for runners and walkers, a variety of cool views, and many photo-worthy bridge angles – Lake Tempetown has a lot to offer.
The venue will host over 50 annual events, including Iron Man, Arizona and many other great concerts. Always collect information about ongoing or upcoming events on the lake. Maybe you will catch a great event there!
Here you can walk your dog, meditate, rent a boat or paddleboard, or do anything hearty. Scenic places are worth spending time there.
Jump into aquatic life at SEALIFE Arizona Aquarium
If you’re traveling with your family, you can enjoy a lot of fun at SEALIFE Arizona Aquarium. The aquarium is 26,000 square feet and is home to many fascinating aquatic creatures.
From starfish to sharks, from otters to green turtles, we have everything you can see in detail on your display. There are many things to see and enjoy, regardless of age.
Enjoy a shopping afternoon at Tempe Marketplace
With dazzling light, dramatic laser elements and unique water features, the Tempe Marketplace has become the ultimate shopping destination for indigenous peoples and tourists.
With over 1.3 million square feet of retail space, you can explore over 100 shops and restaurants. Moreover, the place is very clean to walk around and you will love the art of the walls.
And the best part is that you will find lots of free parking there!
Catch the waves at the Big Surf Water Park
With the world’s third largest wave pool, America’s original water park is a thrilling place to visit.
The park was o[ened in 1969 and initially it held surfing competitions. Later on, more features were introduced, like Bora Bora bay, Black Hole Slide, Hurricane Slides, Tornado Twisters, and Otter Slides for children.
Lifeguards and the facility’s staff are always in full force there. It’s a great place to have some family fun and, of course, make waves.
Tempe is always busy sporting and managing different events throughout the year. The city has a lot to offer to its visitors. Plan your next trip to Tempe without having any second thoughts, and we bet you won’t regret it.
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