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Tucson is a thriving urban city located just north of the Mexican-American border in Arizona. With nearly one million residents, Tucson is Arizona’s second largest city, and one of the most important cities in the state’s economy. The University of Arizona is located in the city, attracting strong interest to its NCAA sports teams, especially its Men’s Basketball and Football teams. The city is famous for its Mexican-influenced culture and cuisine, attracting visitors from all over the country each year. As a large city, Tucson gives you access to all the best things about cities such as shopping, dining, night-life, museums, and theaters. But, what makes Tucson unique is that it also offers a great variety of outdoor activities in its desert setting like hiking, biking, ATV riding, and more! This unique Southwestern city has plenty for every type of traveler to enjoy!
Tucson can generally be separated into six areas: Downtown Tucson, Northern Tucson, Eastern Tucson, Southern Tucson, Western Tucson, and Mount Lemmon. Downtown Tucson is home to the city’s oldest neighborhoods. It is also home to the Reid Zoo and The University of Arizona. Many of the city’s golf courses and resort areas are located in Northern Tucson as well as Catalina State Park. Eastern Tucson is a newer residential area and has also been home to the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. Mount Lemmon is Tucson’s center for hiking, biking, rock-climbing, and camping. At the top of Mount Lemmon is "Sky Island", a historic observatory that is open to the public.
Things to do in Tucson
From the charm and history of Downtown Tucson to the adventurous and outdoorsy Mount Lemmon, Tucson is a city whose incredible diversity makes it a universally appealing destination. In downtown Tucson, visitors will love visiting the Reid Zoo and admiring all of Tucson’s old buildings. Then, for recreation, hike, climb, or bike to the top of Mount Lemmon. Here you’ll find the most incredible sights in the city. For a truly unique and authentic Southwestern experience, be sure to go on a horseback ride through Tucson’s Sonoran Desert. Visitors also suggest checking out the Tucson Botanical Gardens, the International Wildlife Museum, and the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. This Arizona city offers countless activities for outdoor enthusiasts!
In a large city like Tucson, you’ll have a lot of options for lodging. Want to stay in an older house in Downtown Tucson? Or perhaps you’d like to stay closer to the wilderness in Mount Lemmon? Whatever your preference is, Tripping.com will make it easy to find your perfect Tucson accommodation!
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