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Tucson attracts six million visitors every year. Whether they come for the sights or the sunshine—although most come for both—they'll find that this handy guide can help make their visit more enjoyable.
Discovering Tucson covers all of the top tourist attractions that bring people to the Old Pueblo, from the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum and Old Tucson Studios to San Xavier Mission and the Biosphere 2 Center. It can also alert travel planners to make time for stops they may not have known about, such as the Pima Air and Space Museum or Colossal Cave.
Tucson is one of only fourteen U.S. cities boasting resident symphony, theater, ballet, and opera companies, and Discovering Tucson guides readers to all of these—as well as to the city's most popular western clubs and nightspots. Outdoor enthusiasts will find where to ride a horse, take a hike, or putt their stuff on one of the city's championship golf courses. An additional section on day trips invites visitors to discover nearby ghost towns and natural wonders, or spend a day shopping across the Mexican border.
More than a guide to attractions, Discovering Tucson also points out some of the best places to eat and stay—along with some of the most popular shopping stops, whether for Indian arts or cowboy boots. With so much to see and do, it's no wonder so many people come to Tucson—and there's no question this book will help them plan and enjoy their visit all the more.
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Book Description University of Arizona Press, 1999. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0816520380