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Tucson, AZ, USA

Thrifty Car Rental –Tucson (TUS)

2340 East Elvira Road
Tucson, AZ 85756
Phone: 877-283-0898

Whether you’re jetting off to Southern Arizona to discover rich cultural traditions, entertainment or the stunning landscapes, hopping in a Tucson rental car will make the trip a breeze. Over the past three centuries, Tucson has grown from a Native American farming community to the major metropolis that it is today. Boasting a whopping 350 days of sunshine, Tucson is the perfect place to golf, hike, go horseback riding or watch nature at its best at one of the many unique habitats. A Tucson car rental is the best way to travel because the dry heat is best complemented with a breezy cruise through the desert.

Get outdoors
Travelers who are heading to Tucson during the winter will relish in the beautiful weather that makes for plenty of outdoor recreation. You may want to take a short drive to Mt. Lemmon in a Tucson rental car to experience seven different eco-systems in one area! From the typical desert habitat to unexpected towering pines often seen in the North, Mt. Lemmon is home to incredibly diverse wildlife. The Sonoran desert shouldn’t be missed either. With more than 500 species of birds native to the area, you never know what you might see soaring above.

Relive the history of air travel
One of the most beloved attractions in Tucson is the Pima Air & Space Museum. Here visitors can see 300 aircraft on 80 acres of land. Planes on site span from the times of the Wright Brothers to some of the most technologically advanced aircraft of all time. Any history or science buff will love this museum, which is just a short drive away from downtown in a Tucson car rental. If you love space, you may also want to check out the Lawrence Whipple Observatory, which is one of the region’s most highly acclaimed spots to gaze into the cosmos.

Head downtown
There is so much to do in and around Tucson, but travelers shouldn’t miss the vibrancy of downtown. As the cultural and historic center of the Old Pueblo, this metropolis houses venues for professional theater, opera, ballet and symphony. There are numerous dining options, unique shops and boutiques, quaint bed and breakfasts and plenty of historical monuments. If you are a sports fan, attending a game at the University of Arizona may be in the cards for you.