Why do People visit El Paso?

El Paso, a city in Texas, is situated in the far eastern part of the US, joining the three states- Chihuahua, New Mexico, and Texas. It stands on the river Rio Grande, serving as a pass between the United States and Mexico.

El Paso or The Sun City is highly enriched with cultures and history- something that makes it different from the other US cities.

This is one of the top air shows in the US considered to be a premier event of El Paso. It includes several acts and ground activities along with the air show such as Franklin’s Flying Circus and Jet Powdered School Bus.

Amigo Airsho

It is held every year in June starting from the month’s second Saturday, extending to the last. It is celebrated with family and friends, decorating the rafts, and riding the Rio Grande. 

The Great River Raft Race also known as KLAQ

El Paso is also known for the 16 recreation centers, 250 parks, 16 golf courses,13 aquatic centers, 10 senior centers, theatres and more than 100 sports fields it has, making it a perfect place for all: youngsters, adults, and teenagers. 

Franklin mountains and the Franklin Mountains State Park, which is one of the biggest town parks in the US, are a great source of attraction for the tourists. 

It is one of the best places to live in the United States as well as one of the safest. From 1997 to 2014, El Paso has been ranked as one of the top three cities of the United States in terms of security, even receiving the All-America City Award.