Tucson: Attractions and more...
Tucson has many popular festivals that attract tourists. If you visit in February, you can be part of the Fiesta de Los Vaqueros or rodeo week, and the Tucson Gem & Mineral Show which is the largest of its kind in the world. The All Souls Procession is held on the first Sunday of November and combines a wide mix of cultures and quaint costumes used in the processions.
Visit the old St. Augustine Cathedral, the 23-storey Bank Building (the tallest building in Tucson), the Pima Air & Space Museum (which has over 250 modern and older aircrafts on display) and the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum which is a desert species zoo.
Ski down the slopes of the majestic 2,800-m Mount Lemmon, which is the highest point of the Santa Catalina Mountains, or go off-road motorcycling up the back part of the mountain.
Don’t forget to catch a show at the Rialto Theatre, and end your sightseeing at the charming Saguaro National Park and the Tucson Botanical Gardens.
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Landmarks and Historic sites (4)
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Nature and sport (4)
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