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Stunningly beautiful, immensely dynamic, historic, full of nightlife and youthful energy, there are countless reasons why Tucson should be high up on your list of places to visit. No matter how you like to travel, there's something for everyone in Tucson, and a hotel to fit the bill. When you choose to book with us at Venere, you'll receive a VIP experience with our travel assistants waiting to help you find the perfect accommodation for your unique trip, and over 150 amazing Tucson hotels from which to choose. Browse at your leisure online using our smart filtering service to search by price, amenities, location, and more. You'll embark with confidence thanks to the thousands of online reviews of hotels from real Venere users, so you will know exactly what to expect long before you arrive at your hotel. So what are you waiting for? Hop online or give us a call today to start planning your trip to "The Old Pueblo!"

What's Tucson like?

It doesn't matter who you are; Tucson has something for you. Countless adventures await you in this alluring city, where you'll find yourself unable to resist diving in to the region's fascinating history, exciting nightlife, gorgeous landscapes, and delicious food. A special treat awaits outdoors adventurers thanks to close access to Sabino Canyon and the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. Check out accommodations by the International Wildlife Museum for another delight for nature lovers. Getting around the city is easy, thanks to the close proximity of most Tucson hotels to the city's wonderful public transportation system, including the Sun Tran bus and streetcar. Other transport options include the bike-friendly regions, rental car, taxi, and of course, plain-old walking! For those who like to do a lot of urban exploring, check out hotels by The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures for an eclectic treat. And don't forget about the world-renowned Mexican cuisine, which will keep you full and wanting more your whole trip long. With mild winters and sunny summers, there's never a bad time to visit, and always something for everyone.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Tucson

Tucson is the second largest city in Arizona, however, you'll find many locals sporting the friendliness and sociability of a mid-sized city population. While the city is generally very safe and busy even late into the night, use reasonable city caution and common sense when traveling at night. For day trips to exciting locations, look to the locals for how to dress day-to-day. Be sure to pay attention to weather reports, which are generally available at most Tucson hotels. During monsoon season, be on the alert for the occasional flash floods, and during the summer, listen to the advice of the locals and drink lots of water (and don't forget the sunscreen!). Take extra precautions if you are planning on taking excursions out into the desert or up into the mountains, and always read up on the possible hazards of your outdoor exploration. Above all, dive in, stay safe, and have fun!