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|Salt Lake City city centre|
|Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC): 5 mi from city centre|
Utah, here we come! Planning a holiday in Salt Lake City? Start your trip with cheap flights to Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC). There are direct flights to Salt Lake City onboard Delta Air Lines from London Heathrow. US Airways, KLM, and Virgin Atlantic also fly to SLC.
Salt Lake City has two peak seasons: summer for hiking and trekking in the mountains and winter for those who prefer to ski and snowboard. Spring tends to be very rainy and damp. Book your flights to Salt Lake City at least six months in advance.
Direct flights to Salt Lake City take just under 14 hours from London.
Salt Lake City is probably most famous for its winter ski resorts, just outside the city, thanks to the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. Today SLC is a fascinating mix of urban hipsters, Mormons and those who love the outdoors. This city has plenty to discover!
Sugar House: This is one of the city's oldest neighbourhoods and is home to the city's fashionable youth and equally hip boutique shops and cafes. Stroll the streets, pick up a new trend and shop some of the city's local designers.
Temple Square: This is Utah's most visited location. It's the headquarters of the LDS Church and the main attraction is the Temple which houses a number of museums, library and restaurants. Take a guided tour of Temple Square or explore it on your own.
Great Salt Lake: If you want to explore the great outdoors, get yourself a Salt Lake City car hire and head out to this shallow, salty lake. Because of the salt the lake never freezes! It's a great spot for bird watching, sailing and hiking.
Find more information on Visit Salt Lake.
Salt Lake City is well set up with hotels and accommodation, including a handful of youth hostels. Most hotels in Salt Lake City are located downtown or near the airport. When there's a big Latter Day Saints event, it's strongly recommended to book your hotel room as far in advance as possible to avoid disappointment.