Tucson ( Arizona)

Tucson, known as the "City of Sunshine," has a nice selection of cultural and outdoor attractions to keep tourists occupied.

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

This museum is a great place for a family outing because it combines a zoo, a natural history museum, and a botanical garden.

Saguaro National Park

The iconic saguaro cactus, the tallest species in North America, may be seen here. The park has hiking routes that provide excellent possibilities to see wildlife.

Mission San Xavier Del Bac

It often known as the "White Dove of the Desert," was founded by Spanish Jesuits in 1770 and is located southwest of Tucson.

Mount Lemmon Byway

The drive will take you from a parched desert floor with cacti all the way up to towering pine trees, tiny streams, and picturesque lakes.

St. Augustine Cathedral

 The cast stone façade, which was completed in 1928 after being built in 1896, is reminiscent of Mexico's Cathedral of Querétaro.

Tumamoc Hill

The ascent is gradual at first and then becomes a little more challenging, although most people can reach the summit.

Colossal Cave

One of the biggest dry caverns in the country is called Colossal Cave. Local lore claims that some of it is still unexplored and contains the stolen goods.

University of Arizona

The spectacular Arizona State Museum, Mineral Museum, Center for Creative Photography, and University of Arizona Museum of Art are located at the University of Arizona in Tucson.