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Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Tucson area.

Tucson has been a popular place to visit and live for at least the last 12,000 years, probably longer, but that is the earliest evidence of native American residence we have found so far. The present culture is an amalgam of ancient Indian, Spanish, Mexican and English American traditions. The dry climate of Tucson's desert, and the nearby forests of the Santa Catalina mountains rising more than a mile up from the ground give this area a wide enough variety to satisfy any climate whim. The lack of pollution and humidity here have a tonic effect on people with respiratory problems, make a perfect home for Biosphere 2 where experiments on living in a closed system are best performed in an environment with the least number of extraneous toxins and variables, and have made Tucson perfect for astronomical observation. The Kitt Peak National Observatory in Tucson, open to the public, is world famous for its discovery of dark matter in the study of the rotation curves of spiral galaxies. The local government is committed to maintaining the environmental quality of life here, even in the face of a rapidly growing population seeking a cleaner area in which to live and visit.

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· Downtown Tucson · Tucson Airport
Lodging located in the downtown area, near the Convention Center, Court House, and the Historic District. Lodging options located near the Tucson International Airport (TUS), which is situated 7 miles south of the city.
· Catalina Foothills · University of Arizona
Lodging located in the foot hills of the Catalina Mountains, stretching to the north and east of the city center. Lodging options located near the University and the Amtrak Station to the northeast of the downtown area.
· Greater Tucson · Tucson Business District
Lodging with Tucson addresses outside the downtown area proper and in the metro region. Lodging options in business and commercial sections of the city, near the Davis Monthan Airforce Base.
· Surrounding Communities
Lodging in surrounding areas such as Tombstone, Tubac and Willcox.

Area Facts: Tucson is Arizona's oldest city, nicknamed "Old Pueblo". The city was established in 1775 by Spanish soldiers as a presidio known as the Presidio of San Augustin de Tucson. The area code for Tucson is 520.

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