Getting from Las Vegas to Palm Springs is easy when you use Orbitz.com to book your air fare, hotel and transportation reservations. Palm Springs, California, hosts many popular attractions. Some of the most popular attractions in this city include the San Jacinto Mountain, Palm Springs Aerial Tramway and Palm Springs Air Museum.
This is the main commercial airport that serves the city of Las Vegas. You can grab an airport shuttle from the Las Vegas Strip for $7 each way or for a $13 round trip. A shuttle from downtown costs $8.50 each way or $15 round trip. You can also use RTC Transit bus service, which will drop you at Terminal 1.
Terminals 1 and 3 both provide short-term, long-term, valet and surface parking. Economy parking is located off-site at 576 Kitty Hawk Way. Rates range from free for up to 15 minutes of parking to a daily maximum of $8. A shuttle runs every 15 minutes to transfer customers from the economy lot to Terminals 1 and 3.
Dining includes 360Â° Gourmet Burritos located at the B gates, Auntie Anne's located at the C and D gates, Baja Fresh located at the D gates and Big Al's Chicago Deli located in the shopping area.
The desert city of Palm Springs is situated at the bottom of the San Jacinto Mountains in the Coachella Valley. Although it is now a shopping and dining area, the city's tree-lined streets were once home to the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and now play host to celebrity vacation homes.
Because Palm Springs is a desert city, the weather can be hot and dry most of the time. Summertime temperatures can soar to over 100 degrees Fahrenheit, and the wettest months only receive about 1 inch of rainfall. Winter may be the most comfortable time to visit, when the average temperature is around 70 degrees Fahrenheit.
Visitors will fly into Palm Springs International Airport, which is just 2 miles from the central business district. Transportation options from the airport include Amtrak, Greyhound, taxi and shuttle. Other bus services include Sunline Bus at 760-343-3451 and Morongo Basin Transportation Authority at 760-366-2395. Shuttle companies include AM/PM at 760-409-8826, At Your Service at 760-343-0666, R&C Express at 760-567-2610 and Skycap at 760-272-5988. Taxi companies include American Cab at 760-300-0000, Desert City Cab at 760-862-9000 and Yellow Cab at 760-340-8294. You can also rent a car.
Area attractions include the San Jacinto Mountain, located 11 miles from the city center. Palm Spring Aerial Tramway is located just under 4 miles from the city center, while Palm Springs Air Museum is located 2.3 miles from the city center. The Palm Springs Art Museum is located less than a mile from the city center, and there is also The Fabulous Palm Springs Follies, featuring music and dance performances, located less than a mile from the city center.
McCarran International Airport will be your gate out of Las Vegas, and you will arrive at Palm Springs International Airport. At your destination there are various transportation options to get to the great attractions the city has to offer. When you want to travel from Las Vegas to Palm Springs, use Orbitz.com to book your flight.
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