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Tucson has deep historical roots dating back to the late 1700’s after being established by Spanish soldiers and has emerged as Arizona’s second most populated city.
Tucson offers homes of almost every architectural style, price band and a great diversity of indoor and outdoor activities to enjoy in the yearlong desert climate.
The city is located among five majestic mountain ranges and like Phoenix, benefits from this naturally beautiful location.
Communities are varied in architectural design from traditional Mexican to contemporary depending on which part of the city you are located within.
The University of Arizona adds around 45,000 staff and students the city which makes it a vibrant and interesting place to live or work. The downtown area is mainly older ranch style homes of historical interest on tree lined streets that wind through the area,
Many luxurious and impressive homes and estates are located on the lower slopes of the surrounding mountains, which provide a secluded desert hideaway for the discerning buyer. Equestrian homes are common place but no less impressive and there are many new developments of smaller well-appointed homes responding to the growing population of this vibrant city.
Outdoor activities around tucson, AZ
Tucson has several high quality golf courses that are set among the backdrop of the magnificent mount ranges and benefit from the year round warm desert climate. The magnificent mountainous scenery, lends itself to hiking, mountain biking and trail walking,
Entertainment in Tucson is varied and as extensive as the homes and population and comprises high quality restaurants, bars, resorts spas and music venues.
THINGS TO DO AROUND TUCSON, arizona
There are a multitude of indoor and outdoor activities , below is a small selection;
Tucson is the site of the famous O.K Corral Gunfight and the site at Tombstone is located to the southeast and is regarded as the most famous gunfight in the history of the American West.
PIMA AIR AND SPACE MUSEUM, tucson
The third largest aviation museum in USA offers hundreds of exhibited planes and educational events.
THE AIRPLANE GRAVEYARD
Tucson’s “boneyard” has been well documented for years and provides a fascinating experience for aviation enthusiasts. Acres of planes, helicopters and other craft retired by the government can be viewed south of Broadway Blvd.
Tucson Speedway . This asphalt oval hosts races and events throughout the year.Southwestern International Raceway. A drag-racing track open year-round and offers exciting racing action.
Skydiving centers are located around Tucson and take advantage of the beautiful clear skies and year round desert climate
Tucson Unified School District (TUSD) is the largest school district of Tucson, Arizona, in terms of enrollment and offers quality facilities for all age groups.
find tucson’s great Shopping, ENTERTAINMENT & dining
Tucson offers plenty of variety for dining. Mexican food predominates and the choice is very extensive. However the variety does not end thee and everything from French , American, Italian, and South Western is here.
Tucson has a more concentrated nightlife with the Downtown Arts District being the center offering several venues and nightclubs. University of Arizona campus is another entertainment hub close by.
Tucson provides a good diversity of stores with a South West flavor and architectural style, offering food, furniture, crafts and art and much more.
More modern and contemporary malls are located in the northern foothills comprising small plazas with chic boutiques and galleries.
The Fourth Avenue historic shopping and entertainment district on Fourth Avenue gives residents the choice of more than fifty shops, restaurants and galleries many of the stores cater to the students interests.
commuting in tucson, AZ
Tuscon is relatively car friendly and parking is easily available and reasonably priced.
Trolley – The restored electric streetcars of Old Pueblo Trolley although they are limited are worth using .
Bus – Available and cover much of the Tucson area,
Taxi – several services operate in the city
On Foot – Downtown Tucson is easily explored on foot many old streets in the downtown historic neighborhoods much easier to navigate on foot.
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