El Paso is situated across the Rio Grande just across the Mexico-United States border. Thanks to the mountains that surround the city, they are rewarded on an average of 200 days of bright sunshine yearly. And because of the city’s dry climate, visitors can enjoy outdoor activities all year. Spanish culture and language have distinguished the city. The old buildings are aesthetically Mexican, yet it appears in general as a modern American city. With its highly diversified economic activities, El Paso became a center for primary metals, gas and petroleum operations, apparel, and food products. When in El Paso, visitors can enjoy and take a sample of the world’s best Tex-Mex cuisine and can go bargain shopping in Juarez. The city has been known for its colorful and vibrant bazaars and fiestas. When summer comes in, the city comes to life with different fiestas that happen almost every week.
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