El Paso Convention & Visitors Bureau



El Paso, located at the westernmost edge of Texas and anchored firmly in place by the imposing tip of the Southern Rockies, is a city built around the legendary “Pass of the North,” so named by Spanish conquistadors in 1598. Sharing an international border with its sister city, Juarez, Mexico, El Paso reflects its Spanish, Western and Native American roots, blended seamlessly together by 400 years of history. Centuries-old missions, tribal cultural centers, colorful ranches and fine museums join glorious sunsets, dry desert breezes and limitless sunshine to create an ideal and intriguing year-round destination.
El Paso-Do Texas Different!


Nearby Attractions that Influence Group Travel:

  • Concordia Cemetery/Tigua Indian Reservation/Indian Cliffs Ranch/Mission Trail/San Elizario Presidio, Ysleta + Socorro Missions/Wyler Aerial Tramway (NM)/Juarez, Mexico/Carisbad Caverns (NM)/White Sands National Monument (NM)/Old Mesilla (NM)

Type: CVB
Tour Services:

  • Attractions
  • Lodging
  • Theater
  • Brochures
  • Video
  • Transportation
  • Dining/Banquet
  • Group Planner
  • Slides/Photos
  • Shopping
  • Itinerary Planning
  • Step-on-Guide

El Paso Convention & Visitors Bureau

One Civic Center Plaza
EL Paso, Texas 79901
Phone: 915-534-0600 or 1-800-351-6024
Fax: 915-534-0687
E-mail: info@elpasocvb.com
Web: www.visitelpaso.com/


Click to view a featured partner.Pike County Tourism Commission
Previous articleVisit French Lick West Baden
Next articleStudent STEM tours and experiences wow at world-renowned test facility
Published once a year, Youth Travel Planner magazine presents ideas for educators and tour planners to develop educational travel for middle and secondary/high school students.