Dallas and Fort Worth, separated by 30 mi of suburbs, aren’t exactly twin cities—they’re more like cousins who squabble more than they get along. Their roots are different, yet intertwined. Dallas has almost always been a center of trade, built on the ideals of capitalism and progress—and great leaps of faith. Fort Worth’s prosperity was established when the town became a stop on the Chisholm Trail and continued when the city became a major railhead. The cattle that were herded through town more than a century ago still define the city, and its nickname, “Cowtown,” persists. There are two airport, DAL – Love Field-Dallas and DFW – Dallas Fort Worth serves you for your air travel needs.

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When to visit In Dallas 

Its very difficult to book flight tickets online at last minute and its also vary between summer, spring or winter season. So it’s quite helpful to plan your travel at least 2 month before.

The DFW area is reliably hot (and usually humid) in the summer. The forecast during the rest of the year is less reliable, but it’s safe to say you rarely need a down parka or snow boots ’round these parts. Early spring can be cold or mild, late spring mild or hot; early fall hot or mild, late fall mild or cold. Winter? Who knows—you may get caught in an ice storm, or you may see children playing outside in shorts and T-shirts.

Spring and fall are great times to visit if you’re a fan of festivals. Spring brings Dallas Blooms to the Arboretum; the arts and music festival Wildflower! in suburban Richardson; the Main St. Fort Worth Art Festival; the American Film Institute Festival at Victory Park; Taste Addison; and Main Street Days in Grapevine. Fall offers Grapevine’s GrapeFest; the Greek Food Festival at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, a large Dallas congregation; Addison Oktoberfest; and the biggest attraction of them all, the three-week State Fair of Texas in Dallas. Many online travel agents available to help you as per your requirements.

The Christmas season is also a special time in the area. It never gets North Pole cold, and plenty of folks are eager to celebrate. The Neiman Marcus Adolphus Children’s Parade kicks off the season, just about every suburb hosts a tree-lighting or day of festivities, the malls are in high gear, and some neighborhoods spare no expense in decorating homes with blinding light displays.

The DFW area is reliably hot (and usually humid) in the summer. The forecast during the rest of the year is less reliable, but it’s safe to say you rarely need a down parka or snow boots ’round these parts. Early spring can be cold or mild, late spring mild or hot; early fall hot or mild, late fall mild or cold. Winter? Who knows—you may get caught in an ice storm, or you may see children playing outside in shorts and T-shirts.

Spring and fall are great times to visit if you’re a fan of festivals. Spring brings Dallas Blooms to the Arboretum; the arts and music festival Wildflower! in suburban Richardson; the Main St. Fort Worth Art Festival; the American Film Institute Festival at Victory Park; Taste Addison; and Main Street Days in Grapevine. Fall offers Grapevine’s GrapeFest; the Greek Food Festival at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, a large Dallas congregation; Addison Oktoberfest; and the biggest attraction of them all, the three-week State Fair of Texas in Dallas.

The Christmas season is also a special time in the area. It never gets North Pole cold, and plenty of folks are eager to celebrate. The Neiman Marcus Adolphus Children’s Parade kicks off the season, just about every suburb hosts a tree-lighting or day of festivities, the malls are in high gear, and some neighborhoods spare no expense in decorating homes with blinding light displays.

Reference: http://www.fodors.com


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Top 20 Sites to visit in Dallas – Fort Worth

  • Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Gardens
  • The Sixth Floor Museum/Texas School Book Depository
  • Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center
  • The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum
  • Perot Museum of Nature and Science
  • Klyde Warren Park
  • Dallas Museum of Art
  • Dallas World Aquarium
  • Dealey Plaza National Historic Landmark District
  • Reunion Tower
  • Pioneer Plaza
  • Dallas Zoo
  • Kimbell Art Museum
  • Fort Worth Zoo
  • Amon Carter Museum of American Art
  • Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District
  • Fort Worth Botanic Garden
  • Texas Civil War Museum
  • Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
  • Fort Worth Museum of Science & History

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Top 12 Restaurant in Dallas – Fort Worth

  • The Capital Grille
  • Texas de Brazil
  • Reata Restaurant
  • Del Frisco’s
  • Torchy’s Tacos – Fort Worth
  • Velvet Taco
  • Pappas Bros. Steakhouse
  • Truluck’s Seafood, Steak, and Crab House
  • YO Ranch Steakhouse
  • Five Sixty
  • Jimmy’s Food Store
  • Velvet Taco

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Top 12 Hotels in Dallas – Fort Worth

  • Grand Hyatt DFW
  • Hotel ZaZa Dallas
  • Omni Dallas Hotel
  • The Joule, Dallas
  • The Westin Galleria Dallas
  • Warwick Melrose Hotel Dallas
  • Hilton Garden Inn Fort Worth Medical Center
  • Omni Fort Worth Hotel
  • Embassy Suites by Hilton Fort Worth Downtown
  • Radisson Hotel Ft Worth – Fossil Creek
  • The Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel
  • Sheraton Fort Worth Downtown Hotel

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Top 12 Shopping Center in Dallas – Fort Worth

  • Northpark Center
  • Highland Park Village
  • The Shops at Park Lane
  • Galleria
  • Allen Premium Outlets, A Simon Center
  • West Village
  • The Shops At Willow Bend
  • Town East Mall
  • Firewheel Town Center
  • Grapevine Mills
  • The Parks at Arlington
  • Hulen Mall

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Top 12 Nightlife center in Dallas Area

  • House of Blues Dallas
  • TopGolf Allen
  • Candleroom
  • Hard Rock Cafe
  • Trees
  • TopGolf The Colony
  • The Bomb Factory
  • Louie Louie’s Piano Bar
  • Masque
  • Dave & Buster’s Dallas
  • West 7TH (Vestar)
  • Abbey Pub

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Top 12 Local Travel Agents Around Dallas


 

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