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Palm SpringsLinks to an external site. is the desert resort city in Riverside County, California. It is within the jurisdiction of the Colorado Desert's Coachella Valley. This city covers almost an area of 94 square miles and that makes it the largest city in the Riverside County. The total estimated population of this place according to the 2019 census is around 48,000. This place is really famous among those tourists who want to enjoy a day or two in luxury and peace. There are lots of tourist attractions and recreational centers you can visit and enjoy the day. November and March are the most popular months of the year when tourists flock here.

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Things To Do - no matter which time of the year to visit Palm springs there is always something on the other to do here. It is a place filled with different recreational activities and places that are a must visit. Here are the top things you can do in Palm Springs.

 

  • The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway is one of the most popular attraction here. A 10 minutes ride will take you to the top of the mountain from where you can check out the entire Coachella Valley, offering you a breathtaking scenery of the landscape.

 

  • The Living Desert Zoo & Gardens is a must visit when you are in Palm Springs. This amazing place is the home to more than 500+ species of plants, animals and birds. You can even feed the giraffes and go for birdwatching from the viewpoints.

 

  • The Palm Springs Air Museum is a great place to be around during the day. Take a closer look at many of the aircrafts that have been used during the World War II. From the B-17 flying fortress to F-4 Fighter Jet, there are various other aircrafts to witness.

 

  • If you love hiking, then the Tahquitz Canyon trail is the best option you have. You'll need to pay a $12.50 admission fee and start your trek from the base. On reaching the top you will come across the Oasis Waterfall and a wonderful scenery of the entire Palm Springs Valley and surroundings.

 

Places To Eat - if you are feeling hungry after a day's of sightseeing and travelling then head to these fantastic restaurants to eat and drink -

 

  • Rooster and the Pig - this place is famous for their fusion American & Vietnamese cuisine. Their lemongrass pork and shrimp rice noodles are the two most bestselling dishes here. Their interiors are surely Instagram worthy.

 

  • Workshop Kitchen - the winner for the James Beard Award for the best design and interiors, this restaurant serves the best grilled chicken, BBQ and several other dishes that can help you enjoy a great day of eating and drinking.

 

  • Lyons - steak frites, prime rib, mac & cheese and a variety of other dishes are the specialty of this restaurant. The glamorous vintage interior will make you want to stay a bit longer. Don't forget to try their refreshing coolers.

 

Famous landmarks - Palm SpringsLinks to an external site. Art Museum, Indian Canyons and Palm Springs Air Museum are some of the most famous landmarks in this region. Palm Springs zip codes include 92240, 92258, 92262 and 92263.

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