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Book a Car Rental in Tucson, Arizona 

Fondly known as Old Pueblo, Tucson is a beautiful city in the state of Arizona with an eclectic mixture of Spanish and Mexican culture. To explore the streets and corners of the city in the most comfy manner, rent a car and drive your way around this amazing city. Explore the wonders of nature at the Saguaro National Park or some art at the Tucson Museum of Art and the Museum of Contemporary Art when in Tucson.

Free / Cheap Activities in Tucson
    • The T-Rex Museum comes as a surprise to those vacationing in Tucson. Housing real fossils of dinosaurs, the museum is a great place for kids and one of the most affordable attractions in the city.
    • Spend a day or an evening at the Agua Caliente Park which is spread around 101 acres and full of locals and visitors almost 365 days a year.

Top Daytrips around Tucson
    • One of the most pleasant and amazing day trip destinations from Tucson is Bisbee. This old mining town is home to the historic Copper Queen Mine, the Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum and the Chihuahua Hills for those who love hiking.
    • Just about an hour away from Tucson the haunted town of Tombstone. Whether you wish to visit the haunted Birdcage Theatre or the Boothill Cemetery, the choice is yours.

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Our trip was last minute but the price was affordable. My niece and I enjoyed our trip immensely eventhough the time change had us exhausted. Overall a great deal and a great time. - Michelle  Oct 01, 2016
5comfortable flight

i was please with my flight to tucson. nice staff - Anonymous  Sep 26, 2016

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