If you are exploring in this authentic Southwest city surrounded by five majestic mountain ranges, Tucson vacation rentals are the ideal accommodations option. Recent market trends reveal that 56% of online travel planners explored rental properties in the vicinity.
Combining a spirited art community, a lively culinary scene, unspoiled nature, and profound culture steeped in a 4,000 year history, this city offers exceptional experiences to please travelers with all preferences. Encompassing brilliant earth tones and the tallest cacti set against sapphire skies, the backdrop for Tucson, AZ vacation home rentals is a picture perfect desert wonderland.
Featuring 350 days of dazzling sunshine, the invigorating outdoors is always in season. With many choices for hiking, biking, horseback riding, rock climbing, bird watching, and cave exploring, the activity menu has options for every family member. Even sedentary explorers will be able to reap nature's rewards. For example, the Valley View Overlook Trail in Saguara National Park West and the Coronado Peak Trail offer easy hikes with awe-inspiring views of the San Pedro and San Rafael valleys.
With 20 museums, 215 art groups and organizations, including 35 art galleries and ten performing arts centers, there are plenty of options for everyone's cultural itinerary.
For Tucson, Arizona vacation rentals you will find a nice variety whether you are looking for an historic adobe structure downtown, an exclusive resort-style getaway in the foothills of the mountains, or anything in between. Swimming pools, spas, fireplaces, and gourmet kitchens are just some of the luxurious features of Tucson home rentals.
Popular attractions include the Fred Lawrence Whipple Observatory where you can explore outer space, the Pima Air & Space Museum where 250 aircraft are on display, and the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, which is a zoo, botanical garden, and natural history museum all in one.
To experience the best of nature, culture, and art in perfect harmony, Tohono Chul Park connects all three in masterful fashion at one of the world's best botanical gardens. Here, you can really cultivate a love for the Sonoran Desert, and many Tucson vacation home rentals will bring you right into the vicinity of these attractions.
The city's most iconic landmarks are the San Xavier Mission and the Presidio San Agustin. Located on San Xavier Road, the historic San Xavier Mission structure dates back to 1783 and is the oldest European building in Arizona. There is no charge to step back in time and admire all the unique statuary and mural paintings. The Presidio San Agustin is situated at Washington and Church Streets and is a re-creation of the initial Spanish presidio from 1775.
After capping the day off with a unique shopping and dining experience among courtyards and fountains at the Plaza Palomino, return to your Tucson vacation rentals to watch the magnificent desert sun set behind the mountains.