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Dallas Introduction

Rising from the Texan greenbelt in a medley of shimmering high-rises and post-industrial boho neighbourhoods, Dallas rarely fails to enthral. Shoppers will be magnetised by the highest number of malls per head in all of America, while foodies will simply adore the medley of spicy Tex-Mex and smoky southern braai that converges in the kitchens. And let's not forget the sporting prowess of the legendary Dallas Cowboys – a visit to the AT&T Stadium is a must when in town.

Hotels in Dallas

There are oodles of excellent Dallas hotels deals out there, thanks largely to the sheer wealth of different accommodation options in this section of the DFW metroplex. No matter if it's a kitsch boutique hotel with Victorian interiors or a swish chain hotel with indoor pools, fully-fledged spas, fitness centres and panoramic honeymoon suites you're after – everything's on the menu. There are also countless options for the budget traveller, with value inns and their cosy double rooms peppering the Design District and the areas close to the airport on the north side of town.

Where to stay

Downtown Dallas is a hive of activity both day and night. Business travellers will love the proximity to the steel-clad CBD, while culture vultures and families can enjoy attractions like the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, the famed department stores of Neiman Marcus and the Dallas World Aquarium. Oak Lawn, meanwhile, offers a fine balance between peaceful parks –check out the greenery of Lee Park for the best – and cutting-edge gastronomy – think everything from sashimi to French farmers’ markets. Then there's the Design District – a place perfect for those in search of more off-beat galleries and entertainment.

Things to see

Dallas is bursting with things to see and do. You could start with a jaunt to the now-legendary Dealey Plaza, where the Sixth-Floor Museum chronicles the assassination of president John F. Kennedy back in 1963. Conspiracy theories abound about the totemic moment in American history, but this acclaimed exhibit does well to lay out the facts. Then comes the duo of world-class institutions in Downtown: the Dallas Museum of Art and the Dallas World Aquarium. The first of these has masterworks by the likes of Vincent van Gogh and Gauguin, while the latter showcases a kaleidoscope of corals, sharks and angelfish. A visit to watch the legendary Dallas Cowboys play at the AT&T promises to get you in the local spirit, while the colossal State Fair in autumn is a blowout of Lone Star rodeos and BBQ brisket like you've never seen before.

How to get to Dallas

Once you've bagged that bargain deal on Dallas hotels, it's time to head to the city. The quickest and most convenient way to arrive will usually be via the huge Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, which has regular connections to cities right across the United States, Europe, Asia, South America and the Middle East. Interstates 75, 45, 20 and 35 connect the metropolis with states to the north, east and west, and the Mexican Border, while the Texas Eagle and Heartland Flyer are the regular trains to Chicago and Oklahoma City.

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