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Dallas, Texas
Dallas,the third largest city in Texas and the center of the state’s largest metropolitan area, is located in the north central portion of the state. This populous city is home to the Dallas Cowboys and you’ll regularly be reminded of the city’s mass enthusiasm for the team. A shopper’s paradise, Dallas has more shopping centers per capita than any other city in the US.

Most people who come to Dallas are going to come by air since Dallas is home to DFW, the Dallas-Fort Worth International airport.

Downtown, including the historic West End. Home to a burgeoning residential and nightlife district

East Dallas – White Rock Lake and the nightlife of Lower Greenville and Deep Ellum.

Lake Highlands, a largely residential area bordering Garland on the north and Mesquite on the east.

North Dallas, including the areas along the northern I-635 loop and reaching up around the borders of Addison.

Northwest Dallas, home to Koreatown and to Dallas Love Field, the city’s second biggest airport.

Oak Cliff, a large low-income, mainly residential district southwest of downtown. Sometime also referred to as south Dallas.

Oak Lawn, north of downtown, includes the gay district of Cedar Springs.

The Cedars, home to the Texas State Fairgrounds. Sometime also referred to as south Dallas.

Uptown – North from Oak Lawn, playground and shopping grounds for the beautiful people of the city. Includes Highland Park, University Park and the Knox-Henderson area, full of eclectic boutiques and restaurants.

West Dallas, corridor leading towards Arlington.

Some area attractions often thought of as Dallas attractions are actually located in the suburbs, notably the following:

  • Addison, almost surrounded by North Dallas, has a lot of restaurants and shopping packed into its 4 square miles.
  • Arlington, home to Six Flags Over Texas, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, and the ballpark of the Texas Rangers.
  • Irving, with Texas Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys. Irving also serves as the gateway to the massive DFW airport.
  • The suburbs of Carrollton and Lewisville, north along I-35E have less to offer in terms of attractions, but provide ample tourist accommodations, plenty of restaurants, and are reasonably close to any Dallas destination. The same might be said for Richardson and Plano, which lie north from Dallas along US-75.
  • Grapevine has a nice historic main street area and numerous wineries.

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