El Paso VacationsUnited States
Touted as the second oldest settlement in the United States, this area, originally known as El Paso del Norte thanks to it's gateway location in the Franklin Mountains, was settled way back in 1598, after an exhibition into the region by Don Juan de Oñate. The city officially became a …

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Reviews of El Paso

Keily Haggerty
Keily Haggerty

El Paso is a small city with big culture! It is fun during big Mexican celebrations. Visit during Dia de Los Muertos for fun events! It is a quiet city but the food is amazing and if you have your passport Mexico is about 15 minutes away. You'll experience real everyday Mexico.

Jason Planck
Jason PlanckSchenectady, New York State, USA

El Paso a boarder town in the southwestern Texas. It has a long history of trade routes for both Indians, Spaniards, US, and Mexico. You can spend about 3 days to get the flavor of the city. Disability access and disability parking will depend on your activities.

Steve DeAngelo
Steve DeAngeloMelbourne, Florida

El Paso is the sixth largest city in Texas, with an estimated population of just over six-hundred and fifty thousand people. It is a very interesting town, with a lot of historical sites.

Rachel Parrott
Rachel ParrottJonesboro, Georgia

Not a nice place to visit on a family vacation, but difficult to avoid between Dallas and the California coast. The city smells bad and seems rundown compared to other locales in Texas. I would definitely avoid it.

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