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Getting Around Tucson

It is strongly recommended that you have or rent a car while visiting Tucson; some of the most interesting destinations are almost unreachable without one. Moreover, parking is typically easy and there is rarely very problematic traffic. In the downtown, however, Tucson is very biker- and walker-friendly. There is one single-track trolley that runs on Fourth Avenue and Broad Street, a quaint museum piece that costs a quarter and is useful while shopping or visiting UA. Otherwise, the public busses radiate from Broad Street transporting people between the city center and the residential outskirts – but they don’t go too many places that would interest a visitor. Tucson has a small but efficient airport. Depending on prices, you might actually find yourself better off flying into Phoenix and then driving the ninety minutes into town.

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Tucson Travel Guides
 Frommer's Tucson
 Lonely Planet Tucson
 Let's Go Tucson
 Fodors Tucson