Salt Lake City: outdoor adventure playground
Looking for a city surrounded by nature? Book a flight to Salt Lake City and take a tour of the Natural History Museum of Utah or visit the Utah State Capitol. In 2002, Salt Lake City hosted the Olympic Winter Games and visitors can still enjoy the benefits. Try an adrenaline-filled bobsled ride at the Olympic Park. Incredible!
Conquer mountains and lakes
Play a round of golf, ride a mountain-bike along the Bonneville Shoreline Trail or float in the salt water of the enormous Great Salt Lake. The area surrounding Salt Lake City is the perfect outdoor playground. In winter, ski down breathtaking slopes in one of the nearby ski resorts or grab a pair of snowshoes to brave the fresh powder. City Creek Canyon is a popular hiking destination. The paved road is often closed to car traffic so cyclists have the place to themselves. Salt Lake City is not only the ideal destination for a city trip, but also as the starting point for a longer vacation in the United States. Treat yourself: book a flight to Salt Lake City now!
Mormon leader Brigham Young founded Salt Lake City in 1847 as a safe haven for Mormons. Even today, the city remains the epicentre of the Mormon religion. Like the large shopping centre, City Creek Center, which is owned by the Mormon Church. Relax amidst the flowers on beautiful Temple Square at the foot of the Mormon Salt Lake Temple and attend a free concert of the famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Do you want to learn more about Young, his dozens of wives and more than 50 children? Then visit his former residence: the Beehive House.
Flights to Salt Lake City for a unique holiday
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The 4-hectare Temple Square complex in downtown Salt Lake City is property of the Mormon Church. This is the most popular attraction in the state of Utah, drawing millions of visitors a year. The most impressive buildings are the Salt Lake Temple, the Salt Lake Tabernacle and the cathedral-like Salt Lake Assembly Hall. There are tours in 40 different languages.
ACTIVE & OUTDOOR
Just half an hour’s drive from the Salt Lake City airport lies one of the most beautiful destinations in the state of Utah: Big Cottonwood Canyon. This 24-kilometre-long canyon is paradise for active travellers, hikers and nature lovers. In winter the area offers skiing, and in summer you can camp, fish and climb. Always surrounded by unique flora and fauna.
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