Tucson is a like a beautiful series of doorways, all leading to the Sonoran desert. The culture here goes back thousands of years, from the native inhabitants who gave the area its name to the Spanish missionaries and explorers who founded the city.

When you walk through Tucson’s doorways, you find a kind of freedom that’s unique to the desert. We’ve given a few glimpses here: Gates Pass in Tucson Mountain Park, Windy Point Vista, Adobe Row in Barrio Viejo, Mission San Xavier Del Bac, The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Tanque Verde Ranch, and Main Gate Square. If you’re looking for a trip that frees your mind, spirit, and creativity, come to Tucson. Which doorway will you walk through?

“Samba Estrangeiro” by Los Puchos. Available wherever you get your music.
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