This Arizona city is located just east of Phoenix and offers a thriving arts scene, great restaurants and a vibrant culture. With its thriving college scene and vibrant art scene, Tempe has so many things to do.
Tempe is also home to the University of Arizona and Arizona State University, two of the state's largest universities. It is also home to several other schools, including Tempe Community College, Arizona Institute of Technology and Healing Arts College.
The primary claim to fame is the University of Arizona, the state's largest university and the second largest in Arizona. The largest campus is the Arizona State University Tempe campus, where the university's bachelor, graduate and vocational programs take place.
Headquarters and training facilities will be maintained in Tempe, but the game will be moved to State Farm Stadium in Glendale. Sun Devil Stadium hosted the annual Fiesta Bowl until the 2007 game, which was moved to the new University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale for the game. It was also a longtime host of the Fiesta Bowl before the 2007 BCS game was moved to University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, which also hosts Arizona State University's basketball team.
In the city center of Tempe, the "Festival of the Arts of Tempe" takes place on the first Saturday of October during the summer months, and Other events include Arizona State University's annual football game.
The Tempe Center for the Arts is located in the center of the city, so you can see it from many different locations, including the University of Arizona campus and the Arizona State University campus. Next door is the Tempe Town Lake Pedestrian Bridge, and you can walk or bike from downtown to the nearby downtown and other parts of the city. Several bike routes can be reached from downtown Phoenix or other parts of Phoenix, where you can cycle from one end of downtown to the other. In addition to a free bus service called ORBIT, which connects the city centre with the surrounding neighbourhoods, there are also a number of cycle paths and several cycle paths in and around the city centre.
Tempe residents and commuters use public transportation extensively, and Valley Metro operates its rail system that serves downtown Tempe and Arizona State University while connecting to Phoenix and Mesa. This service offers a wide range of services, such as light rail, buses, trains and light rail.
The Desert Botanical Garden is one of my favorite things to do in Tempe and will often tell people who visit it and look for a place to visit it (technically in Phoenix or Scottsdale) that is technically checked out in Phoenix. The 1,500 hectare reserve offers a wide variety of plants, trees, flowers, plants of all shapes and sizes and is located in Papago Park, making it worth a visit.
Arizona State University is the largest public university in the United States, and its influence in Tempe is undeniable. With several universities spread over the entire city, it has become the largest and largest university in the country. The largest campus is located at the University of Arizona in Phoenix, home to the Arizona State College of Law, and the school's influence on Tempe has been undeniable since its inception in 1884.
Surrounded by Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa and Chandler, the city of this size is one of the largest cities in Arizona with a population of about 1.5 million people. It is home to the Arizona State University campus and a number of other colleges and universities.
Tempe is located in the East Valley, part of the metropolis Phoenix and borders Phoenix to the west and Mesa, Mesa and Chandler to the east, Scottsdale to the east and the campuses of Arizona State University and the University of Arizona to the east. One of Arizona's largest cities with a population of about 1.5 million, it has a relatively dense urban development pattern with growing skylines and a large number of residential and commercial buildings. It is bordered by Phoenix Metro Station and the cities of Phoenix, Chandler and Mesa.
Most of Tempe is within the city limits of Mesa, Scottsdale, Chandler, Mesa and Mesa City limits, but the other parts are served by Phoenix - Mesa International Airport and Mesa Regional Airport. E Apache will become W. Main St. in Mesa; McClintock will become N. Hayden Dr. in Scottingdale; E. Apache and S. Priest will become S-56th in Chandler; and N Scottsdale Rd in Scottsdales will become the intersection of N Hayden Rd. And E - Apache Rd. , near the campus of the University of Arizona.
Most locations in the Phoenix subway area can be reached via the free Orbit Earth Circulator ride from downtown Tempe or Tempe Marketplace. From Mill Avenue and 3rd, simply buy a ticket at the kiosk and take the Circulator from the city center to the market. You can also use a variety of other public transport services such as buses, trains, taxis and taxis free of charge.