Tucson BARRIO DISTRICT is one of Tucson's oldest neighborhoods and through its Hispanic style and culture it takes Tucson back to its roots.
(BARRIO and BARRIOS means 'neighborhood' in singular and plural in Spanish. And BARRIO VIEJO means 'old neighborhood')
The bright colored adobe row houses and the multicolored doors are one of the Barrio's most distinguishable traits.
However, in addition to the colors, many of the streets display artwork representing the strong presence of Spanish culture in southern Arizona.
BARRIO actually home to artists, law firms, students, families, young couples, and older generations. The Barrio neighborhood is a diverse community of both English and Spanish speaking residents.