About Tucson

Welcome to Arizona's second largest city

Tucson (TOO-sahn) is a growing metropolis of 800,000 that keeps getting better and better. The city's geography is a postcard image of cactus forests, rolling hills, and craggy mountains. National and State Parks and Forests ring the city.

Tucson lies in the borderland, a region that blends the cultures of the United States and Mexico, and has a long History of settlement by ancient Native American peoples, Spanish explorers, and Anglo frontiersmen.

The weather is mild nearly all the time, just right for all kinds of fun outdoor activities.

We think you'll agree, whether you're a new visitor, just passing through, or a longtime resident re-discovering hometown treasures, Tucson is Real. Natural. Arizona.

Click here for information on the answers to our most Frequently Asked Questions on Tucson tourism

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