Theme: Landmarks, Walking, Shopping, Nature, Religious, History, Culture/Tradition, Photography
Welcome to the cross roads of the west, Salt Lake City, Utah. Nestled up against the beautiful Wasatch Mountains, the greater Salt Lake City area is home to over 1-million people, and is home to the UNiversity of Utah, and the second largest religion in the world, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
In 2002, this city was host to the Winter Olympics. Rich in history, with a diversified and unique culture, Salt Lake City has become one ot the top destination cities in world today.
Within a few hours drive, visitors can experience (6) of the most iconic National Parks in the world, or be at some of the most sought after ski resorts in the U.S.
City tours can be arranged to meet your time schedules, but we recommend a 3-hours to be able to visit Temple Square and its beautiful flowered gardens and historic buildings and home to America's choir, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Your city tour will continue to the second saltiest body of water in the world, The Great Saly Lake, and you will have the opportunity to visit some of the cities most iconic landmarks like the state Capitol, This Is The Place Heritage Park.
All day or mulitple day tours are also available, where you can visit Park City Utah, and Olympic Park. Visit the beautiful historic town of Park City, home to the Sundance Film Festival, with great shopping and 5-star dining.
Mulitple day trips might include visits to Antelope Island where you can wade into The Great Salt Lake, see Bison roaming, and is a unique migratory bird refuge, or you may want to experience one of the largest open pit mines in the world that can be seen from outter space.
No matter or interest or time, Salt Lake City Utah has a little something to offer everyone.
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