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Use this travel guide to explore Dallas

Dallas or “Big D” in Texas is the most legendary city and is acknowledged for its culture, particularly the Cowboys and their cheerleaders, thriving food scene and nation’s largest arts district. The metropolitan city is overflowing with culture and pride and everything is bigger and bolder here. Trendy restaurants, cafes, and boutiques lure a diverse and eccentric crowd while unique museums, massive 68-acre Arts District and the most fascinating cultural attractions makes this city most memorable.

Walk around the geography of Dallas

Dallas is the biggest and most inhabited city and is situated in the north central portion of the state. The city is located on the rolling plains near the headwaters of the Trinity River in a range known as the black-land prairies, midway between the Piney Woods of east Texas and the Great Plains. Dallas is surrounded by many suburbs, where three enclaves are within the city boundaries—Cockrell Hill, Highland Park, and University Park.

Things to see in Dallas

  • 1The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
  • 2Reunion Tower
  • 3Dallas Museum of Art
  • 4Dallas World Aquarium
  • 5The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden
  • 6Dallas Zoo
  • 7Frontiers of Flight and the Cavanaugh Flight Museum
  • 8The Nasher Sculpture Center
  • 9The Meadows Museum
  • 10African American Museum

Things to do in Dallas

  • 1Eat fried foods at the State Fair of Texas
  • 2Bungee jump at Zero Gravity Thrill Park
  • 3Ride a carousel at Sandy Lake Amusement Park
  • 4Picnic and swim at the spring-fed Burger's Lake
  • 5Embrace your innermost cowboy at Billy Bob's honkey tonk
  • 6Chant along at Pete's Dueling Piano Bar
  • 7Flashback and wax nostalgic at a retro candy shop
  • 8Do stimulating summertime activities even in the winter

Devour at Dallas

The culinary section in Dallas is unequivocally sensational. Whether you are planning to taste barbecue at Pecan Lodge or feasting for a reason at Chad Houser’s Café Momentum, clutching a worth meal in The Big D is about the experience of the lifetime. The unsurpassed eateries in Dallas offer it in scores. Stopover for tacos at Mia’s Tex Mex or a steak at Al Biernat’s will not disappoint you. Inhabitants are static on funky fusion bistros like Madrina, which serves up French enthused Mexican fare, and Matt McCallister’s original farm-to-fork creations at FT33.

Relish the shopping paradise in Dallas

One of the finest stuffs to do in downtown Dallas is to shop. Dallas is also known as a shopper's paradise.From stylish clothing to a striking piece of furniture, the greatest shopping in Dallas does not dearth in diversity. Uptown is a hub for high-class shopping. From Wild Bill’s Western Store to Kokopelli Candy to NorthPark Center to the bi-monthly SideWalk Sale, a shopping experience that enthuses all of the senses.

Fascinating Nightlife of Dallas

There is something for everybody in Dallas's nightlife scene. Downtown is the local nightlife mecca. The city discovered both the frozen margarita and spicy Tex-Mex and therefore it is not unanticipated that the city offers a variety of diverse tastes when it comes to nightlife. From beer-slamming havens to wine and martini bars and dance bars, everybody’s voracious appetite can be filled.

Best time to visit

Dallas can be visited year around due to impartially mild climate. But summers carries temperatures in the 90’s and 100’s on a consistent basis, hence avoid this season. The best time for a Dallas trip is in the spring, when the hills blossom with Texas's famous wildflowers.

Transportation

The modest and most dependable way to get around Dallas is by car and most locals are dedicated to personal conveyance. Gas stations are abundant. Further, the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) will get you everywhere in the city starting at just $1.25 a ride or you can opt for few taxi companies located in Dallas

Dallas has a subtropical climate with mild winters, warm summers, and wet spring. July is the hottest month while January is the coldest month. Winters and summers may turn dry due to nearby Mojave Desert and the Great Plains. The city, sometimes faces the risk of freezing rain and ice storms. Spring and fall are pleasant but spring can be accompanied with volatile and severe storms. Summers are scorching and dry.

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