New Year's Eve in Tuscon 2014
The second largest city in Arizona, Tucson, is located north of the U.S. - Mexico border and has a population of 525, 529. The city was formed in the centuries following North America's colonization, and is a hub of cultural activity, a destination not to be missed. If you want to indulge in glittering moments of celebration, join the many visitors coming to party on New Year's Eve in Phoenix 2014.
The mild desert winter gives a perfect opportunity to enjoy the last hours of the going year outdoors, admiring the cityscape and the lovely historical district. The skyline is dominated by mountains on all sides, providing a magical backdrop to the spectacular fireworks display. New Year's Eve is the time when tourists and visitors flock downtown, to attractions such as the 1919 Hotel Congress, the Art Deco Fox Theatre and The El Charro Café, Tucson's oldest restaurant. Tucson is the perfect place to celebrate New Year's Eve 2014 if you have a flair for history and are looking for a warmer winter getaway.