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Visit Tucson Itinerary - Plan Your Tucson Visit

November to April is the perfect time to plan a visit to Tucson! Leave the cold and dreary midwest and east coast weather behind and come to Tucson to catch some sunshine and warm temperatures! Plan your Tucson Visit with this Tucson Itinerary:

  • Fly in on Thursday and check out Tucson's food scene! We are one of only two UNESCO Cities of Gastronomy in the United States!

  • Friday visit Saguaro National Park to take in the giant majestic Saguaro Cacti and our beautiful Mountain Views!

  • Friday afternoon head 11 miles south of Tucson to San Xavier del Bac to learn of the mission Father Kino founded in the late 1600s with the building dating to the late 1700s. It is still a working mission today and the artwork is stunning!

  • Saturday morning book a guided walking tour with Strolls and Stories Tours to stroll the charming sidewalds of the Barrio Viejo, Downtown Tucson and El Presidio neighborhoods! Learn of Tucson's Spanish Colonial founding as a Walled Presidio, hear the fascinating tales of our pioneer founders, plus see the historic mud adobe row houses. In addition guests visit the courtroom where John Dillinger was arrainged, hear the tales of western outlaws in Tucson and learn of our nationally recognized international downtown shopping scene that existed in the mid centery era!

  • Saturday afternoon head down to Tubac located 45 miles south of town to do some shopping!

  • Sunday take a trip up Catalina Highway to Mount Lemon (which borders Tucson on the north side), at an elevation of 9,100 feet to see the Southern Most Ski Area in the lower 48 states OR do a hike in Sabino Canyon to Seven Falls, a series of seven waterfalls, a real desert oasis! Both offer stunning landscapes!

  • Monday - Your Tucson Getaway comes to an end as your fly home.

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Plan A Visit To Tucson

Tucson is truly one of the more unique destinations anywhere in the Continental United States! So book a Visit to Tucson for a unique getaway with this itinerary and of course book a Strolls and Stories Tour to learn of the rich history and stories of Tucson!


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