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About Tucson

Combining unspoiled nature, spirited events, and a lively culinary scene, Tucson, Arizona is an exciting Southwest city to visit. The area is surrounded by five majestic mountain ranges and Tucson vacation rentals sit amidst this picture perfect desert wonderland. Encompassing brilliant earth tones and the tallest cacti set against sapphire skies, it’s the perfect setting for your next getaway.

Climate

Featuring 350 days of dazzling sunshine every year, the invigorating outdoors is always in season in Tucson. The city has a desert climate, which creates hot summer months and a mild winter season perfect for vacationers year-round. Temperatures in the summer typically exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit, but the dry weather makes for a quick cool down once the sun sets. From mid-June to September, Tucson sees increased humidity and occasional storms that dump just enough rain to keep the landscape green. During the winter, temperatures remain comfortable in the 60s and 70s.

Things to Do

The activity menu has options for every family member, including hiking, biking, horseback riding, bird watching and cave exploring. The Valley View Overlook Trail in Saguara National Park West and the Coronado Peak Trail offer easy trails with awe-inspiring views of the San Pedro and San Rafael valleys. If you’re looking for a challenging hike, summit Rincon Peak. For something less rigorous, explore Tucson’s urban trail loop, which connects the neighboring communities through miles of car-free trails. Below the desert’s surface you’ll see formations like stalactites, stalagmites, and boxwork in Colossal Cave.
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One of the city’s most iconic landmarks is the historic San Xavier Mission. Located on San Xavier Road, it 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 here. At the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, you’ll find a renowned zoo, beautiful botanical garden, and natural history museum all wrapped into one location. Other popular attractions include the Fred Lawrence Whipple Observatory where you can explore outer space, and the Pima Air & Space Museum where 250 aircraft are on display.

Events

Events are unique and frequent in the city, so choose from available Tucson vacation rentals when planning your trip. At the beginning of the year, the city holds the Tucson Gem & Mineral Show, which ...

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