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Cheap Flights to Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City is a winter sports paradise. The city, which is located in the Salt Lake Valley, is surrounded by breathtaking mountain peaks. The Wasatch Mountains, located east of the city, are a popular destination for skiers and snowboarders. In fact, eight ski resorts lie within 50 miles of Salt Lake City. When the weather warms up, campers and hikers flock to the mountains as boaters fish on the many small rivers located in the area. The city proper has no shortage of cultural attractions. At the heart of Salt Lake City is Temple Square. Here, tourists from all over the world come to see the headquarters of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. You can find Salt Lake City hotel deals just south of the square near the city's convention center. The downtown district also boasts more than 20 small galleries as well as a ballet company, a contemporary dance company, the Utah Symphony and the Utah Opera. There are also a handful of urban parks throughout the city, including Liberty Park, which is home to the Tracy Aviary. Shoppers will want to visit Trolley Square, an indoor and outdoor mall that occupies the city's former streetcar and trolley barns. The shopping center features an assortment of national retailers and locally owned boutiques and restaurants. As for dining, food options are plentiful. Tourists can find all types of international cuisine, from sushi to Lebanese food. Also, the city's comfy brewpubs are one of the best places to grab a bite and a beer. You can find cheap flights to Salt Lake City on Travelzoo's SuperSearch.

Which Airlines Fly to Salt Lake City?

The Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) serves the Salt Lake City area. The facility serves as a hub for Delta Air Lines, which offers flights to the Utah city from more than two dozen locations. You can search for low-priced airfare from Chicago on American Airlines, American Eagle, Delta, Southwest and United. East coasters can compare plane tickets from New York on Delta and JetBlue Airways, while United flies from Washington, D.C. Those traveling from Texas and find flights from Dallas on American and Delta, while Continental, Delta and United all offer airfare from Houston. West coasters can search for flights on American Eagle, Delta, JetBlue, Southwest and United, while those flying out of Phoenix can buy tickets on US Airways.

Salt Lake City Flight Tips

Find cheap flights to Salt Lake City by flying on a Tuesday or Wednesday rather than on busy weekend travel days. Extending your trip by a couple of days can often lead to significant savings.

Quick Travel Guide to Salt Lake City

If you're a lover of the outdoors, Salt Lake City makes a great home base for your explorations of the surrounding mountain peaks and hiking trails. If the urban landscape is more your style, you'll want to make plans to see the city's many museums, parks and restaurants.

For an outdoor excursion, head east of town to the Wasatch Mountains. These peaks, which stretch for 160 miles, offer travelers snow-capped mountaintops that are perfect for skiing and snowboarding. There are also hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails, which make for exciting daytrips during the warmer seasons. Visitors can also travel a few miles northwest to the Great Salt Lake, which is a popular destination for sailboat enthusiasts.

If you'd rather explore the culture of the city, begin your trip downtown at Temple Square. In addition to the towering Mormon temple that sits in the middle of the plaza, you'll find the LDS Church Office Building, the tallest building in the city. Guests are allowed to venture to the 26th floor's observation deck, which offers beautiful vistas of the city and the surrounding area. You will also find the Church History Museum, which contains many artifacts and works of art from the church's past.

Head east of downtown to the Gateway District, a large open-air multi-use neighborhood. Here, among offices and residences, you'll find more than 105 stores and restaurants. With a number of family-friendly attractions, this area is a popular destination among those traveling with small children. See an exhibit at the Clark Planetarium, which houses an IMAX theater, or spend a day at Discovery Gateway, the city's children's museum. And with its selection of top-notch eateries, the Gateway District is also a wonderful place to grab a drink after a day of wandering the city.

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