Central Phoenix is the main urban core of the city of Phoenix, including downtown. It’s the historic centre of the city, which means it’s home to no shortage of historic buildings and cultural attractions.
Scottsdale is a mid-sized city, with a population of around a quarter of a million residents. Part of the Greater Phoenix Area, it is known for providing a high standard of living for residents.
A suburb of the city of Phoenix, Paradise Valley is a luxurious little town. It has a population of barely more than 10 000 residents, yet is home to plenty of resorts and spas.
Chandler is another mid-sized city in the greater Phoenix area. Chandler is known for its beautiful historic downtown area, including prized buildings such as the Chandler City Hall and Chandler Centre for the Arts.
Gilbert is the sixth-biggest city in Arizona, and underwent a rapid population explosion in the past four decades. Until the 1980s, Chandler was mainly an agricultural zone—known as the “Hay Shipping Capital of the World”.
Tempe is located within the East Valley section of the Phoenix area, and is known for being home to Arizona State University—home of the Sun Devils.
Peoria is a city mostly in Maricopa County, Arizona. It’s known for its resort and leisure lifestyle. A great city for families, Peoria consistently ranks on lists for the best places to live in America.
Mesa is the third biggest city in Arizona—after Phoenix and Tucson—with half a million residents. In Mesa, you can find many of the state’s top educational institutions, as well as notable sports and arts facilities.
Maricopa County is the largest county in the state of Arizona. With no shortage of activities, there's something for everyone to enjoy!