Perched on the edge of Texas, El Paso isn’t a sleepy western dot on the map anymore, but a blooming city waiting to be explored and a hotspot for city lovers, outdoor enthusiasts, and history buffs.
Bask in the desert sun and take advantage of the guilty pleasures you’ll find in this melting pot of art and culture, architecture, cuisine, microbreweries, and music. Save time and book an El Paso car rental alternative for your visit.
Unforgettable sights and flavors await in cheery El Paso, from hipster restaurants and flashy nightclubs to authentic Mexican cuisine and culture.
A local favorite in El Paso, catch a Broadway performance or live music show at the Plaza Theatre. Go early and appreciate the Spanish Colonial Revival architecture, the gorgeous mosaic floors, and the antique decor.
Discover El Paso’s rich multicultural heritage, starting with the nine-mile route where the surviving Spanish mission stations still stand. Follow Socorro Road and don’t miss Ysleta Mission, the oldest structure of its kind in Texas.
Head to this one-of-kind museum in your El Paso car rental alternative for a fascinating look at the US Border Patrol’s history. Highlights include patrol vehicles and aircraft along with historical documents and photos.
When you’ve explored everything Sun City has to offer, it’s time to head out of town for the sublime desert mountains, rugged trails, and sprawling natural landscape.
Head 15 minutes north of the city in your El Paso car rental alternative for a dose of fresh mountain air and a recreational retreat for hiking, camping, biking, and rock climbing.
Admire the world’s largest gypsum sand field with miles of endless rolling white sand that looks just like fallen snow on the northern side of the Chihuahuan Desert.
Spend a weekend camping or a day trip rock climbing, hiking, or visiting the interpretive center for a guided tour of the historical cave paintings in the area.
Hop in your El Paso car rental alternative for an enjoyable two-mile drive to the best vantage point in the city, plus views of the mountains and even Juarez across the border.
Accessible from downtown El Paso, drive along Rim Road for more sweeping views of the city while passing by the charming neighborhood of Manhattan Heights.
A stunning drive to the Franklin Mountains, you’ll encounter the oldest rocks in Texas along the way with plenty of chances to stop for a picnic or to simply stretch your legs.