Tucson, AZ

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Facts About Tucson, AZ

Regional Population: 518,907

Elevation: 759 meters

Time Zone: America/Phoenix

Local Currency: USD

Latitude: 32.2217429

Longitude: -110.926479

Nearby Airports: TUS

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Articles About Tucson, AZ

Tucson: Southwest Vacation Haven

This southern Arizona city blends rustic, Wild West charm with modern-day sophistication.

Tucson Dining: Beyond Sonoran Mexican Cuisine

Tucson is famous for its Mexican restaurants, but the cuisine’s regional nuances are a discovery—and the best places are all family friendly.

Tucson Caving: An Underground Education

Wet and dry caves in southern Arizona provide a cool way (literally) to learn about the region’s history and geology.

Tucson’s Family-Friendly Rincon Ranches

Southern Arizona guest ranches offer families a healthy mix of outdoor adventure and American tradition.

How to Make the Most of Mother-Daughter Getaways

With Mother’s Day approaching, rekindle your mother-daughter bond with these getaway tips and selected packages.

Where the Wild Things Are

Learn how you can get personal with alligators, prairie dogs and falcons while on vacation.

Tucson, Antigua, Grenada, Football and Frieze Art Fair Deals

Check out deals for Tuscon, an outdoor adventure package in Antigua, extended summer rates in Grenada, football deals at Four Seasons and an art-buffs package in London.

Tucson, Arizona Vacation Planning

This southwest city in southern Arizona is great for family vacations as well as those looking for historical, spa, golf or culinary retreats.

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