Bus Rentals for Nature Enthusiasts, History Lovers & Art Aficionados
For an authentic Southwestern experience, visit Tucson, one of the oldest continually inhabited areas in North America. Set in a Sonoran Desert valley and bordered by five mountain ranges, Tucson, nicknamed "The Old Pueblo," was home to the Hohokam Indians, who lived and farmed there for 4,000 years until the Spanish arrived in the late 1600s. The Presidio San Agustín del Tucson is just one of Tucson’s historical treasures.
An ideal destination for year-round outdoor fun, Tucson offers stunning natural parks, championship golf venues, outdoor concerts and many other attractions. But that’s not all. The Wall Street Journal describes Tucson as a "mini mecca for the arts," It’s also a shopper’s dream and boasts a vibrant culinary scene. In short, there’s something for everyone in sunny Tucson.
Whether it’s an evening out, a school trip or a corporate event, US Coachways offers city bus rentals to locations throughout Arizona, including Phoenix, Lake Havasu City and Sedona.. Our extensive fleet of vehicles, ranging from party buses to 56-seat coach buses, features luxury amenities and make it easy to accommodate any size group. With our affordable bus rental rates and reliable customer service, US Coachways is a popular choice for church groups, community organizations and team travel as well as special events such as bachelor parties, weddings and birthdays. Ours account specialists are available 24/7 to book your bus charter.
History, Art & Delicious Cuisine Surrounded by Nature
Tucson is the place to go to experience nature, learn about Native American and Old West history, sample a wide variety of cuisines and enjoy a trendy art scene. But that’s not all. You can also try your luck at its casinos, play golf at its championship courses and enjoy first-rate musical performances. Below are just a few of Tucson’s many points of interest.
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — Tucson is packed with entertainment choices. Take a stroll through pedestrian-friendly Main Gate Square for free live music, shopping and fine dining. Try your luck at one of its many casinos such as Casino Del Sol Resort or take the whole family to Funtastiks Family Fun Park, watch a live concert or Broadway show or take a day trip to an old mining town turned artists' enclave.
- Arts & Culture — Are you a theater buff? Take in a play at the Arizona Theatre Company. You can also tune in to the classics at the Tucson Symphony Orchestra or get inspired by the artworks at the DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun or the University of Arizona Museum of Art.
- Restaurants & Shopping — A shopper’s delight and a foodie’s dream, Tucson has a wide selection of destinations that will satisfy. From Fourth Avenue in Central Tucson to Main Gate Square and the Lost Barrio Warehouse Shopping District, you’re sure to make unique discoveries. And satisfy your appetite with a great variety of delicious cuisines, from traditional Northern Mexico-Sonoran and innovative Tucson-style Mexican dishes to tasty menus from around the world.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues — Tucson's award-winning golf courses are surrounded by nature and designed by some of golf's biggest stars and range from challenging desert golf courses to more traditional links-style layouts. Or take in a sports event or a concert at the Kino Sports Complex, with a gorgeous view of the Santa Catalina Mountains. And if you feel the need for speed, the Tucson Speedway is sure to do the trick.
- Historical Sites & Landmarks — Travel back in time to the age of the Spanish pueblos at the Presidio San Agustín del Tucson or visit the Amerind Museum and the Arizona State Museum to travel even further into the past to pre-colonial America. Then flash into the future at the University of Arizona's Biosphere 2!, which Time Life Books named “one of the 50 must-see wonders of the world.”
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — Surrounded by nature and historic sites, Tucson is replete with fascinating outdoor activities. You can travel the trails through ancient Hohokam lands in Sabino Canyon, go picnicking and bird watching at the beautiful Catalina State Park or visit the zoo and aquarium at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. The Tohono Chul Botanical Gardens feature lovely gardens and nature trails and a charming Tea Room. And you’ll find the spirit of the Old West alive and well in Sierra Vista, 75 miles southeast of Tucson, with some of the most fascinating historic sites in the state as well as wildlife and a variety of outdoor adventure activities.
- Zoos and Aquariums — You’ll feel like you’ve been all over the world’s mountains and rainforests after a visit to Reid Park Zoo. Also be sure to visit the Warden Aquarium, where you’ll learn about “the lushest desert on earth” and have close encounters with marine invertebrates.
- Other Points of Interest — When you’re in Tucson, you can’t help but see “A” Mountain, with its red, white, and blue “A” on the side. To get a gorgeous view of the city and have a picnic, visit the peak. And take a picturesque day trip into the heart of the Old West at nearby Tombstone, where Doc Holliday, Wyatt Earp and many other Western legends roamed the streets long ago.
Call Today to Book Your Tucson, AZ Bus Charter Rental
Our experienced and professional account specialists are waiting to help you plan a memorable visit to Tucson and assist with your bus rental reservation. So why wait? From the first step to the last stop, you can rely on US Coachways to take the worry out of you travel plans. For a free quote or to book your trip, contact us at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427).
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