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Tucson AirportTucson, Arizona is a fun-loving, energetic college town in the southwest. It’s Arizona’s second largest city, home to a large Hispanic population and colorful architecture. Wander outside town and hike the beautiful Saguaro National Park, or watch the sun set over the Santa Catalina Mountains. Found 8 miles outside of downtown is the Tucson Airport and over 30 hotels to choose from. Whether you’re visiting a student or spending down time, there’s a hotel to meet your needs. The Hampton Inn Tucson-Airport is a great, budget friendly choice near the center of the action.
Why travelers visit Tucson: University of Arizona, Saguaro National Park, Pima Air & Space Museum, Mount Lemmon Scenic Byway, San Xavier del Bac.

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    • Holiday Inn Express Tucson AirportThe Holiday Inn Express Tucson Airport is located less than half a mile from the Tucson International Airport and seven miles from the Tucson city center. The Holiday Inn Express Tucson Airport offers great amenities including a swimming pool, restaurants.
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    • Holiday Inn Tucson AirportThe Holiday Inn Tucson Airport is located four miles from the Tucson International Airport, and seven miles from the Tucson city center. The Holiday Inn Tucson Airport provides great amenities including a health and fitness center, a swimming pool, two great restaurants and meeting rooms with conferencing equipment.

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About Tucson International Airport (TUS)

Situated 8 miles south of downtown Tucson in Pima County, Arizona, Tucson International Airport provides nonstop service to 15 destinations with connections worldwide. TUS offers more than 55 daily departing flights with about 6,200 seats available. Flyers can choose between six airlines: Alaska Airlines, American, Delta, Southwest, United and US Airways. An average of 3.6 million passengers fly through Tucson International Airport's terminals, making it the second-busiest airport in Arizona after Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. As an international airport, TUS, which is also called TIA, has 24-hour customs and immigration services. For hungry travelers, there are a handful of dining and shopping opportunities, including sports grills, delis, gourmet markets and gift stores.

There are more than 37 hotels near Tucson International Airport to choose from. The Holiday Inn Express Tucson Airport, located less than a one-half mile from the airport and 7 miles from downtown Tucson, features a swimming pool and restaurants. Athletic travelers enjoy a stay at the Holiday Inn Tucson Airport, which provides a health and fitness center, a swimming pool, a meeting room with conferencing equipment and two restaurants. For those looking for a cost-effective airport, the Hampton Inn Tucson-Airport might be the place to stay.

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Welcome to Tucson

Tucson blends the best of both worlds: the innovation of a multicultural metropolitan area and the caring atmosphere of a small town. Situated in the Sonoran Desert and surrounded by five mountain ranges, this city ushers in more than 350 days of sunshine a year, so visitors can bet they'll see some sun while they're here. Tucson is the astronomy center of the world, a mini Mecca for the arts and one of the "Mega Trend" cities of the 21st century. Settled for more than 12,000 years, it is among the oldest towns in the nation, boasting a rich cultural heritage that revolves around the mix of Native American, Spanish, Mexican and Anglo-American influences. The population of Tucson is about 526,000, making it Arizona's second-largest city.

Summer days can get rather hot, so visitors should carry a water bottle and take frequent trips to the shade or air conditioning while exploring the city or surrounding nature parks. Tucson is a haven for outdoorsy types, as it's bordered on all sides by natural areas, including, Catalina State Park, Ironwood Forest National Monument, Saguaro National Park and Coronado National Forest. To get around inside the city, many visitors take the public transportation system, called Sun Tran.

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Things to Do in Tucson

A scenic view of Tucson AZ from the airTucson is an outdoor playground and hotspot for attractions. Go on pleasant urban walks or rugged canyon hikes, bike with a mountainous backdrop, saddle up at a guest ranch or rock climb the five mountain ranges surrounding the city. There are more than 250 species of birds here, making it a birder's paradise. Thanks to Tucson's clear skies, you can tour some of the world's most respected observatories and gaze at the vistas. Golf is another huge activity in this sunny Arizona town, with courses designed by Tom Fazio and Jack Nicklaus.

To soak in the arts, catch a play, a dance performance or live music at the variety of venues. Moreover, there are around 35 art galleries in the downtown district alone. Tucson hosts a plethora of annual events, such as the Mineral & Fossils Showcase, WGC-Accenture Match Play Golf Championship, Tucson Gem & Mineral Show, Festival of Books and Tucson Rodeo. Other major annual events are El Tour de Tucson, Southwest Wings Birding & Nature, Festival, Tucson International Mariachi Conference and New Year's Competition Powwow.

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