No matter where in Palm Springs you turn, expect to find palm trees, desert mountains and blue skies.
The Coachella Valley Preserve contains several palm tree oases accessible via wooden bridges.
This might be the epitome of a Palm Springs vacation – a comfortable chair, bathed in sunlight, by a pool.
Desert trees and towering rock formations are just some of the things you'll see while hiking at Joshua Tree National Park.
If you drive to Palm Springs via Highway 111, you'll be greeted by this sign upon arrival.
For a bird's-eye view of Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley, you can hop aboard the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway.
As its name implies, The Living Desert is a sprawling desert attraction filled with creatures like meerkats and giraffes.
If you're an avid golfer, you'll find several top-notch courses in and around Palm Springs.
For hiking trails with epic mountain scenery, head to the Indian Canyons on the Aqua Caliente reservation.
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While riding the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, look south to see if you can spot the San Gorgonio Pass Wind Farm's turbines.
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The King and his bride, Priscilla, honeymooned at what is now known as the Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway back in May 1967. Exactly nine months later, their daughter, Lisa Marie Presley, was born.
Most of Palm Springs' shopping and dining options are clustered in the city center.
The small Palm Springs Art Museum packs a big punch with works by artists like Marc Chagall, Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol gracing its walls.
One of California's most popular events, Coachella, takes place near Palm Springs every year. This over-the-top festival features carnival rides, colorful sets and musical performances by acts like Lady Gaga, Kendrick Lamar and Lorde.
An array of World War II-era aircraft are on display at the Palm Springs Air Museum.
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Every Saturday, the Coachella Valley Certified Farmers' Market sells fresh, seasonal produce, meats and flowers.
Tahquitz Canyon's visitors center offers sweeping mountain vistas from its observation deck, but if you want to truly experience all this canyon has to offer, hike the Tahquitz Canyon Trail.
If you want to relax with a spa treatment, consider making an appointment at one of Palm Springs' best spa hotels: The Ritz-Carlton, Rancho Mirage.