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Arriving in Tucson

Tucson is the largest city in the southern part of Arizona. Flights to Tucson will come into the Tucson International Airport. At TUS, the terminal complex consists of two concourses, one on the West side and one on the East. It also hosts 26 gates which are located on the second level of the terminal. Tourists who have landed from Tucson flights will find baggage claim on the bottom level along with ground transportation services. These transportation services include nine car rental agencies, shuttles, limos, taxis, and the Sun Tran public bus. The Sun Tran services the downtown and suburbs of the Tucson area.

Getting Around Tucson

Local public transportation in the Tucson area is provided by Sun Tran. Operating a network of bus routes, Sun Tran serves a major part of this city's metropolitan area. Tourists traveling by rental car will find that Interstates 10 and 19 are the only Interstate highways in Tucson. Highway 210, a shorter freeway, links the downtown area to Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. The Old Pueblo Trolley is another great way for tourists to get around in Tucson. The trolley operates weekend services between The University of Arizona and Fourth Ave. The service also extends South, into the downtown district as well.

Main Attractions in Tucson

Once your cheap flights to Tucson land, you will instantly notice the stunning views and geography of this terrain. Get out and explore canyons like Sabino, or take in the views from Fred Lawrence Whipple Observatory. Another terrific destination for those who would like to learn some Tucson history is the Pima Air and Space Museum. If the whole family will be taking flights to Tucson, then consider visiting the Reid Park Zoo or the Tucson Botanical Gardens. Also, the Mission San Xavier del Bac founded by Father Kino in 1692 has magnificent architecture that is a must see when visiting Tucson.

Shopping, Dining, and Nightlife in Tucson

Shopping centers like La Encantada and Tucson Mall offer tourists a wide array of merchandise. For shops that provide specialized and unique items look to the Lost Barrio or Campbell Avenue District. After shopping and sightseeing, discover the flavors of Tucson at one of their many places to eat. From comfort food to international cuisine, Tucson has it all. Stop by Pinnacle Peak Steakhouse or Old Pueblo Grille to taste the traditional Southwestern foods. As night falls and the day comes to an end, catch a drink and some tunes at the Gold Nugget, Frog and Firkin, Mavericks, or LAFFS Comedy Club. From canyons to cocktails, Tucson has everything a tourist would want or need when vacationing. Book your airfare to Tucson today!

Flight stats for Tucson - did you know?
  • Tucson is 7 mi from Tucson Intl Airport (Tucson, AZ).
  • Tucson Intl Airport (Tucson, AZ)
    • Right now, 25 airlines operate out of Tucson Intl Airport.
    • Tucson Intl Airport offers nonstop flights to 17 cities.
    • Every week, at least 838 domestic flights and 0 international flights depart from Tucson Intl Airport.

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