Tucson Travel Guide


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    The city is known to have many different faces. It’s the home of the Wild West where the real cowboys are. It’s the home of the different types of artists and Tucson’s art are found alive and good all over the place. It’s also a college town, the home of the University of Arizona, and many others. I...

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Hotels in Tucson (162 Hotels) See All Tucson Hotels

  • Embassy Suites Tucson - Paloma Village

    Spotted in Tucson, Embassy Suites Tucson - Paloma Village is opportunely located around Settlers West Galleries, El Presidio Gallery and Details Art & Design. Various oth...

  • Hacienda Del Sol Guest Ranch Resort

    Located in Tucson, Hacienda Del Sol Guest Ranch Resort is opportunely positioned alongside The Grill, La Paloma Golf Course and Fleur de Tucson Hot Air Balloon Rides. Man...

  • The Westin La Paloma Resort and Spa

    Found in Tucson, The Westin La Paloma Resort and Spa is a finest hotel conveniently positioned alongside La Paloma Golf Course, The Grill and El Presidio Gallery. Other p...

  • Courtyard by Marriott Tucson Williams Centre

    Courtyard by Marriott Tucson Williams Centre is one of the ideal places to remain in Tucson and a three star hotel. Beautifully found in close proximity to Park Place, Re...

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  • Pima Air & Space Museum

    Pima Air & Space Mus...

    6000 E Valencia Rd

    The Pima Air & Space Museum, located in Tucson, Arizona, is one of the world's largest non-governmen...

    Attractions, Activities, Historical Sites, Arts and Culture, Entertainment
  • Sabino Canyon Tours Inc

    Sabino Canyon Tours ...

    5900 N Sabino Canyon...

    Attractions, Activities, Tourist Information, Outdoors
  • Arizona Sonora Desert Museum

    Arizona Sonora Deser...

    2021 N Kinney Rd

    The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is a 98-acre (40 ha) zoo, aquarium, botanical garden, natural histo...

    Activities, Attractions, Entertainment, Arts and Culture, Outdoors
  • Gates Pass

    Gates Pass

    Gates Pass Road

    Gates Pass is a scenic route in the area of Tucson, Arizona. The road is a continuation of West Spee...

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About Tucson

The city is known to have many different faces. It’s the home of the Wild West where the real cowboys are. It’s the home of the different types of artists and Tucson’s art are found alive and good all over the place. It’s also a college town, the home of the University of Arizona, and many others. It was also given the nickname, “The Old Pueblo” and the city goes by that name even today. Despite of its many faces, one thing is sure, Tucson Arizona still displays a feel of a small town that gives off more of a community vibe to anyone who visits this place. This makes tourists feel more comfortable and at home. This is well and good but what can this city really offer a first time visitor? Well, they say that Tucson boasts of sunny weather for about 350 out of the 356 days, making it ideal for outdoor recreation. Though days can be warmer than usual during the summer, making other activities like shopping, spa treatments, museum, or art galleries visit the best time to do. So no matter what time or season you decide to visit this place, the city has something for you to enjoy. Here are just a few suggestions: La Fiesta de Los Vaqueros. It’s Tucson’s Rodeo celebration! During this festival, you can see real cowboys and cowgirls on their element. You can witness rodeo performances like steer wrestling, calf roping, and other rodeo competitions as the highlights of the event. Don’t forget to watch Tucson’s rodeo parade, which has become a tradition in Tucson. You can see western-like floats; Mexican folk dancers, musical groups and others marched down the road as the people celebrate the legacy and contributions of the Mexican vaquero and the Cowboys. Hike, bike, rock climb, or do it all. This city is the best place to bike around or do some rock climbing or hiking. It’s good exercise too. You can join the El Tour de Tucson, which is one of the country’s largest road bicycling. Or you can trek your way to a good hiking trail in Sabino Canyon; it is one of the most popular places to visit. It has a variety of easy and challenging trail that you can take. Another great outdoor exercise is to rock climb. Mt Lemmon many different climbing locations and you can even pick a range depending on your preference. The best thing about the climb is you get to view the Saguaro forest and the different wildlife. Tucson eat yourself festival. The people of Tucson know how to throw a party in celebration for the Tucson eat yourself festival. Join the 3-day folk-life celebration where you can have cultural foods, learn crafts, and enjoy dance and musical performances, all for free. The whole downtown will be transformed. Booths will be lining up offering different samples of a wide variety of goodies. This celebration was started by Jim Griffith, a retired professor, together with his wife and Mary Sowls. But over the years, it grew so much that today, people all over the world are flooding the event. So don’t miss out on this fun.

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