Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas
Flights to Dallas/Fort Worth arrive at the international airport (DFW) about mid-way between the two cities, and public rail transportation easily connects travelers to downtown Dallas. However, to truly experience the metropolitan area, which has everything from upscale posh neighborhoods to an expansive arts district and Old West cowboy tradition, visitors should plan to explore the best that each city and neighborhood has to offer. While Dallas and Fort Worth are only 30 miles apart, the two cities offer experiences quite different from one another, and both are well worth discovering.
Dallas/Fort Worth flights are seasonal. Dates vary.
Why Go To Dallas/Fort Worth
For those wanting a true Texas experience, a vacation to Dallas/Fort Worth will give you everything you’re looking for and more. With a mix of past, present, and future, plus a booming arts scene, travelers to the Metroplex area will find themselves immersed in a diverse city full of unexpected surprises. Sports fans, art lovers, foodies, families, history buffs, and more will see why Dallas/Fort Worth epitomizes all the best of Texas character, culture, and charm.
Texas Star ferris wheel
Who Should Go
From museums, zoos, aquariums, and amusement parks, there’s no shortage of fun for families in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.
Dallas/Fort Worth has a growing arts scene with numerous museums, neighborhood stores, and local events that feature new and emerging talent.
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