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Fort Worth Introduction

Twinkling cowboy honky-tonks and wild evenings of raucous Lone Star rodeos are on the menu in Fort Worth – the Texan gateway to the Wild West. Come and case out the rich history of ranching that meets between the Stockyards saloons and the Cowboy Hall of Fame, or simply kick back with a smoky brisket BBQ and enjoy the southern drawl. Fort Worth also has a cool, artsy vibe, popping up with the eateries and summertime jazz fests on Sundance Square.

Hotels in Fort Worth

Fort Worth might not hit the heights of luxury that some other Deep South cities manage, but it's certainly got a fine array of mid-range options and 4-star hotels to suit most types of travellers. Just take the plush residences that pepper the edge of Sundance Square in the heart of the city – refined, Victorian-style places with big suites and a cowboy feel. Or, go north, to the historic saloon hotels of the Stockyards, where outdoor pools and gyms are part of the package. Alternatively, there's the affordable university district, which has simple motels.

Where to stay

The Stockyards is perhaps Fort Worth's most coveted area for travellers eager to be in the heart of the action. This historic district of refurbished honky-tonk bars and age-old saloons bursts with everything from southern BBQ joints to wild rodeos on the weekend. The streets north of Trinity Park are great for culture vultures and art lovers, thanks largely to the presence of the Modern Art Museum, the Kimbell Art Museum and the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. The University Park Village area’s home to budget Fort Worth hotels and cheap student bars.

Things to see

The whole city of Fort Worth was founded on the rancher trails into the West, and today that history oozes from every pore of the saloons of the Stockyards, not to mention exhibition centres like the National Cowgirl Museum and the National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum and Hall of Fame. After that, consider hitting the bustling area of Sundance Square. Here, countless little independent art galleries mix with whisky bars, music festivals pop up on the street corners and there are western boutiques touting chaps and Stetsons aplenty. And finally, no visit to Fort Worth could possibly be complete without at least a sampling of that southern cocktail of barbecue and rodeo. Make a beeline for Billy Bob's for one of the wildest shows in the Lone Star State.

How to get to Fort Worth

Fort Worth is home to the colossal Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. The 10th-busiest airport on the planet, it's got oodles of arrivals from all over the globe. For travellers heading in by rail, the famous Amtrak Texas Eagle runs between the Midwest and Fort Worth each day, while Interstate 20 and Interstate 30 are the 2 main highways connecting the city with the rest of the US. Travel in Fort Worth, and connections from nearby Dallas, can be easily done on the Trinity Rail Express network that covers the whole city.