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Palm Springs is based in the Coachella Valley, in the US state of California. With its jawdropping desert and mountain ranges, the city is one of the most scenic in the US, and ensuring it remains one of California’s most highly visited cities.

The city offers a host of tourist attractions, with a real emphasis on outdoor activities at the city’s core. Biking, golf, hiking, horseback riding, swimming, and tennis in the nearby desert and mountain areas are the major forms of recreation in Palm Springs.

The city also boasts a wonderfully diverse and vibrant nightlife scene, with a vast array of shopping outlets, restaurants, bars and nightclubs.

Arriving Palm Springs Airport

Palm Springs Airport is located only 2km from downtown Palm Springs and is actually one of California’s smaller airports, with only two runways. Taxi cabs to the city centre can be found extremely cheaply due to its proximity to the airport, and taxi availability is generally good.

If you are seeking car rental Palm Springs Airport, you will find that while there are not too many rental car options available, the low volume of traffic tends to keep queues moving fairly quickly. You can therefore expect to enjoy only a short stay in the airport upon your arrival.

Despite being a smaller airport, there is an adequate selection of public facilities, along with free wi-fi connection for all passengers.

Driving In Palm Springs

Like many Californian roads, Palm Springs offers long, open highways which can make driving in the city a very enjoyable experience. However, if you are looking for car rental Palm Springs Airport, be warned that road quality can sometimes deteriorate in and around the Palm Springs mountains.

While road conditions tend to be good in and around the popular mountain range attractions, quality begins to suffer a little as you leave these area. Local Palm Springs drivers also tend to drive a little too fast in these areas, so you are advised to take extra care.

Palm Springs is a busy city, and it’s roads are no exception to this. You will find traffic build-up quite high throughout the day, but are strongly advised to avoid the city centre during peak-traffic hours.

Palm Springs Driving Tips

  • Drivers are responsible for all passengers wearing seatbelts. If pulled over, it is the driver who will be charged for failing to ensure that seatbelts are worn at all times.
  • As with elsewhere in the US, drink driving is strictly prohibited. You will be pulled over and charged if you attempt to drink while you are driving.
  • American cars drive on the right side of the road. Only use the left lane while performing overtaking maneuvers.
  • Children under the age of 12 cannot sit in the front seat of the car. Also, all children under the age of 8 must have a car seat or booster seat in order to travel.

Things To Do In Palm Springs

  • San Jacinto Mountain – One of Palm Springs’ most recognizable landmarks, this stunning mountain is also a popular walking trail.
  • Indian Canyons – A site of enormous historical significance to Palm Springs, and a highly visited cultural landmark.
  • VillageFest – Combining flea markets, local gift shops and annual festivals, VillageFest is one of Palm Springs’ oldest and most enduring attractions.

Restaurants In Palm Springs

  • Le Vallauris – 385 W Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs, CA 92262-5647 (North Palm Canyon Road)
  • Miro’s Restaurant – 1555 S Palm Canyon Dr Ste H101, Palm Springs, CA 92264 (Near Morongo)
  • Purple Room – 1900 E Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA 92264 (S. Sunrise Way)