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Overall rating: 8
Useful tips: Great place to vacation, perfect, and people are very pleased to assist. Don't forget the camera. The scenery is beautiful.
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Overall rating: 6
Not to miss:  Sedona offers unlimited natural experiences to its tourists. There is no shortage of bike trails, hiking trails and horseback rides to take you around the Red Rock Country, especially the Cathedral Rock with its amazing view. The less adventurous travellers can hire an All Terrain Vehicle for the day.
Visit the nondenominational Chapel of the Holy Cross with its relaxing interior and an amazing view. The Out of Africa Wildlife Park, just outside the town, gives you the impression that you’ve entered a tropical paradise of animals. Also tour the twelfth-century Montezuma Castle ... More National Monument with its museum.
To get to the Grand Canyon (one of America’s most famous natural wonders), take the Grand Canyon Railway, which is a century old train with professionally-restored bogies. Also ride the Verde Canyon Railroad which passes through a 200-m manmade tunnel and has an exciting 4-hour trip through ancient Indian ruins and cliffs.
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Overall rating: 6
General opinion:  Sedona is a small, picturesque town in the American state of Arizona. It is 90 minutes north of the state capital Phoenix and is surrounded by the beautiful Red Rock Country and the Oak Creek Canyon.
Apart from the red landscape, the city is also bordered by the red monoliths called Coffeepot, Cathedral and Bell Rock (so-named because of the shapes they resemble).
Sedona has a pleasant climate. The hottest time of the year is between May and September, when the temperatures can reach 33°C. The winter season is quite mild in comparison. Rainfall is around 430 mm during ... More the year.
The town has a population of nearly 17,000 people. Sedona is a great stopover on your way to other major tourist attractions in North Arizona like the Grand Canyon, Lake Powell, Flagstaff and the Verde Valley.
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Overall rating: 6
Useful tips: I have not visited it yet. That is why I am trying to download the travel guide.
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