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Tucson ranks high on list of best 'staycation' cities
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Tucson ranks high on list of best 'staycation' cities

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Blooming saguaro

A blooming saguaro along the Esperero Trail, which offers expansive views of Sabino Canyon and the Tucson valley.

Now that vacation time is rolling around, you might be thinking about getting away from it all. Or not. compared the 150 largest cities to see which would be the best for "staycations," or where you can get away from it all and avoid the expense of travel. Of course the list of 150 cities also includes those at the bottom.

Source: WalletHub

If you live in the cities at the top of this list, you might want to consider having fun a little closer to home. Even if you spend a week at a local resort, you avoid the expense of flying, driving and losing luggage.

The analysis was based on several criteria. For example, Tucson ranks fifth in number of public golf courses per capita and fourth in museums per capita.

These helped push Tucson up to number 20, second only to Scottsdale in Arizona.

A lot depends on what is important to you in your vacation destination. See the complete story, methods and details at wallethub.


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