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What’s better than watching the sun go down on some lawn chairs with family and friends? Oh yeah I know, watching the sun go down on some lawn chairs with family and friends IN TUCSON. I’m telling you the sky can go from a dark orange to purple in a matter of minutes at sundown. Don’t believe me? Here’s a picture!
Do you like being avoided by your own neighbors, cut off in traffic, or being treated as an outsider? I didn’t think so. People in Tucson are generally very kind and welcoming (also we have no real traffic to get cut off in, which is always a plus). As a user on quora once said “Tucson is a pretty chill place”.
Tacos, tacos, and more tacos… I’m only kidding but it is true that tacos are one of the staple foods in Tucson. Sonoran dogs (hot dogs wrapped in bacon and topped with everything) are amazing and can be found all over Tucson as well. The variety of foods around town is crazy, on one corner you can have a seafood restaurant and on the next authentic Mexican food.
Cacti aren’t the rarest thing in the world, but if you are from the northern states you probably don’t have much experience with them. They can be beautiful but also very painful (I know this from personal experience). If you are careful though they are nothing to worry about. Saguaros in particular are native to the southwest and are all over the place in Tucson. Just wait till you see their flowers bloom in May!
The cost of living in Tucson is 6 percent under the national average, with Tucson housing being 20 percent under than the national average as well. Now I’m not saying that housing here is cheap to the point that you should move here solely for that reason, but if you are considering moving to Tucson, don’t let money stand in your way. (Source: Payscale)
Mountains are everywhere in Tucson, I mean everywhere. Finding somewhere to hike is never a problem. Most mountains have designated trails and paths for hikers. The views at night from the top of these mountains are amazing!
The town of Oro Valley is located northeast of Tucson and directly north of Catalina Foothills at the base of local landmark Pusch Ridge, with views of both the Tortolita Mountains and the Tucson skyline. Naturally a haven for hiking, birding, mountain biking and horseback riding, it offers more than 50 miles of trails and paths set against the majestic Santa Catalina Mountains, with many more options at nearby Catalina State Park.
Marana is located directly northwest of Tucson. It's a great place for families and has a very family oriented culture to it. Marana has a few different neighborhoods, dove mountain which provides residents with nationally low crime rates, picture rocks which provides acres of land for fairly inexpensive, and the continental ranch area where families reside.
Ahh, Catalina Foothills, the Beverly Hills of Tucson. With one of the nicest highschools in Tucson, great shopping centers, and a great location you can't miss it. Only problem is it might lack some of Tucson's charm and vibe. If you like nice malls, highly funded schools, and family oriented communities, then Catalina Foothills might be the place for you.
Central Tucson is where all the buzz is. With amazing restaurants, breweries, the Reid Park Zoo, and downtown life it's never boring. The artistic culture of downtown 4th avenue is something you have to experience at least once. The University of Arizona is located in central Tucson, so that's another reason it's never boring, it's littered with college lifestyles.
East of Tucson is where the Tucson culture really shines. Brick structures and beautiful scenery is the highlight of the Tucson experience. Not only does East Tucson provide a great place to live, but there are caverns to explore, hikes to go on, and falls to swim in.
Drexel Heights, it brings back good memories. I grew up here and had an amazing experience. Even more than East Tucson, I would say Drexel Heights truly shines when it comes to the Tucson vibe. Down to earth people and great Mexican food are the standout features here.
A little over 20 miles southeast of Tucson we have Vail. Of course Vail still has the sunsets and everything else that Tucson has to offer. Since Vail is quite a distance from the actual city of Tucson prices tend to be on the lower end. Homes also tend to be on the newer side but mostly "cookie cutter".
Even more south than south Tucson, there's Green Valley. Green Valley is known to be a great place to retire, as it's made up of 77% retired people. There are clubs and activities to participate in such as golfing, swimming, and joining fitness centers.