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El Paso provides you an alternative Texas experience. Situated far from the bright lights of Dallas or San Antonio, El Paso boasts a different experience than its eastern counterparts. El Paso is the state's fourth-largest city. Built between two mountain ranges on the shores of the Rio Grande, the city is an urban history book, with chapters dedicated to Spanish conquistadors, and ancient highways.

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A true melting pot of American and Mexican culture, the combination is visible everywhere here. Visit the El Paso Museum of Art and see American works from the 19th and 20th centuries, as well as Mexican colonial art and retablos from the 1700s and 1800s.
Restaurants serve authentic Mexican cuisine, Texas barbecue or a little of both. While this fusion of cultures draws some, the rock climbers who descend on El Paso have only one thing in mind: scaling the massive boulders of Hueco Tanks State Park.

El Paso's rich history is a result of its geography. The area's outstanding scenery can be explored on foot, bike or horseback at Franklin Mountains State Park, located just northwest of the city. From cowboy boots to spicy salsa, experience the fusion of American and Mexican traditions that is El Paso. The Franklin Mountains, which now border the downtown area and occupy the city's heart, offered natural defense for the American Indians who inhabited the area for more than 10 millennia; the Rio Grande offered water.

Life is a little slower out El Paso, and you will take the time during your visit to appreciate the natural beauty of the area. Relax and enjoy a cool drink and a delicious meal at one of fine dining establishments. Take in the sights and sounds of the music, art, and historical venues that are here for you to enjoy. Bask in the sunshine and take a break from the cares of the world. El Paso is in many ways the authentic southwest; unpolished, undiluted, and honest. A day or two of exploration is worthwhile; take the time to wander downtown, enjoy a Tex-Mex meal, and gain a better understanding of what a border town is all about.