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How much do things cost in Salt Lake City?
Eggs (12) $1.96
Tennis court rent (1 hour on weekend) $7.00
Water bottle (0.33 liter) $1.18
Utilities (Electricity, Heating, ...) for medium apartment $112.37
1 Pair of Jeans $36.71
Cappuccino $3.30
Mid range bottle of wine $13.00
Imported beer at restaurant $5.00
Tomato (1kg) $3.72
Cinema, international release, 1 seat $8.00
* All price are converted to USD

About Salt Lake City

With a wealth of things to do and places to see in Utah, getting cheap flights to Salt Lake City is a great start to a vacation in this area. From the outdoors to the spiritual and historic attractions, Salt Lake City has something for everyone. This is somewhere to spend a few days and to get to know.

The outdoor activities in Utah are very popular and attract visitors to the area all year round. Deer Park is one of the best ski and snowboarding resorts in this part of the USA and just on the doorstep of Salt Lake City. The Big Cottonwood Canyon is popular with biking as well as hiking and renowned for its magnificent rock formations and scenery. Visiting the Great Salt Lake is another must do here. With one of the highest salt content in the world a float in this lake is an interesting and very different thing to do. There are also lots of spas in the area taking advantage of the natural mineral products in the area. Flighthub has the best deals to Salt Lake City and is a great place to start planning a visit to the area.

Salt Lake City is renowned for its connections with the Mormon Church and many people come here for spiritual reasons. There are lots of churches and services for people in the city. There is historic Temple Square and also the Joseph Smith memorial Buildings. Genealogy is another reason to visit Salt Lake City as it has a number of resources including the Family History Center. The International Peace Gardens are a tranquil place to walk. Getting cheap flights to Salt Lake City is a wonderful way to see this area on a budget.

In Salt Lake City there are some excellent restaurants serving local as well as international cuisines. There is a lot to choose from and something to suit all budgets. Downtown shopping is great with lots of malls and department stores to explore. This is a city with something for everyone yet a unique and diverse place to visit in many ways.


Top attractions in Salt Lake City

Discovery Gateway

The Children's Museum of Utah is now known as the Discovery Gateway. It is considered to be an amazing children's museum situated in the Salt Lake City, USA. The museum covers an area of about 60,000 square feet. The museum came into being in the year 1978 and the doors were opened to the public in 1983. Initially the Discovery gateway was housed in the Wasatch Warm Springs building. The museum started functioning with only 8 exhibits. By the year 1998, Discovery gateway had 140 exhibits and about 15000 square feet of public area. Slowly, the Wasatch Warm Springs building didn't have adequate space to accommodate the increasing exhibits of the Museum. Thus in September 2005, the museum was shifted to a larger space in the Gateway district of Salt Lake City. After a year in 2006 the museum was renamed as Discovery Gateway.

Utah State Capitol

The Utah State Capitol is the seat of all the 3 branches of Utah government and several other state agencies. Architect Richard K. A. Kletting designed the capitol in the year 1912. The construction of Utah State Capitol was completed in the year 1916. The capitol is one of the grandest buildings of Salt Lake City. Kletting used different modern construction techniques and materials which includes electric lighting, elevators and reinforced concrete while building the Capitol. The interiors of this magnificent structure have undergone several facelift over the years.

Great Salt Lake

Northern Utah is home to the Great Salt Lake, which is the largest inland salt lake in North America, and covers over 1700 square miles. It is the last remaining trace of a lake from prehistoric eras, and it has a much higher salt concentration than any ocean, and very popular for people who don't swim well – because they will all float in this briny lake. Some people have even nicknamed this lake "American's Dead Sea" because of this aspect. It is located northwest of Salt Lake City, Utah.


Airports of Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City International