The harbor bridge on Thursday, February 18, 2016, in Corpus Christi.

Corpus Christi is one of 10 cities on TripAdvisor.com’s Best Places to Travel in March That Won’t Break the Bank.

There’s the beach, the Texas State Aquarium, two water parks, bird watching spots, music festivals, sea turtles, and a few other things that make Corpus Christi a fun destination for visitors.

In tenth place on the list, a week in Corpus Christi costs visitors about $ 1,149, according to the website.

“Aside from affordable rentals, you’ll fall head over heels in love with beautiful beaches like North Beach and Padre Island National Seashore,” the website says. “Mild temperatures in the mid-1970s make for wonderful days with the waves. If you’d rather hike or bike than sunbathe, don’t miss the Corpus Christi Bay Trail.”

Fun things to do in Corpus Christi in March:

1. Visit the Texas State Aquarium

The aquarium is located in Corpus Christi Bay and has offered residents and visitors a mix of nature, education and conservation in one attraction for more than 20 years. And who knows, you might even be lucky enough to meet the newest resident, Xena the sloth.

Xena, the sloth, is one of the newest animals at the Texas State Aquarium, which posted a record attendance in 2016.

2. Visit the music festival in honor of the life of the Queen of Tejano

If you visit Corpus Christi and are wondering where the people are from March 24-25, everyone is likely to get their “Bidi Bidi Bom Bom” in Corpus Christi Bay. Fiesta de La Flor, the music festival honoring the life and legacy of Selena Quintanilla-Perez, has attracted more than 100,000 people and created more than $ 25 million in economic impact for the city.

GABE HERNANDEZ / CALLER-TIMES Yuri Lopez (left) and Abigail Lopez dance while wearing outfits inspired by Selena in Corpus Christi on the second day of the Fiesta de la Flor on Saturday May 7, 2016 in Corpus Christi.

3. Visit the Padre Island National Seashore

The 70 miles of coastline, dunes and of course the sea turtles of Kemp Ridley make this national park a national park to add to your list.

Rachel Denny Clow / Caller-Times One of 94 Kemp's Ridley turtles hit the surf Thursday when it was released on the Padre Island National Seashore.  Unhatched eggs from the same nest are being examined to assess injuries caused by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in April 2010.

4. Visit the water parks during the spring break

If you don’t want to feel the sand between your toes and college parties, the water parks are a family-friendly option – and Corpus Christi has two.

There’s Hurricane Alley near Corpus Christi Bay and the Schlitterbahn on North Padre Island.

Nate Seever swims down the Cristal River on Monday, March 14, 2016 with his son Preston Seever (4) on the Corpus Christi Schlitterbahn.