Dallas is a metropolitan city located in north Texas, USA. The multicultural city is known for its cowboys, football, and is known colloquially as the ‘Big D’ – most notably because it was the first city in Northern Texas. The melting pot of ethnicities, religions and lifestyles is also a prime investment opportunity for international businesses, particularly in the energy and engineering industries.
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The best location to fly into Dallas is Dallas Love Field Airport. It’s around 8 miles from the city centre and has been operating for over a century.
You can also benefit from Dallas Love Field Airport’s 24-hour operating service for private jets. This service means you get to travel at your convenience and not worry about working your schedule around the flight time of scheduled flights.
Enjoy a BBQ Like Nowhere Else
As you’d expect from the home of the Cowboys, Dallas is renowned for barbecue, Mexican and Tex-Mex cuisines. Over the last few decades, more and more international migrants have moved to Dallas. You can find authentic Indian, African, Vietnamese, Korean, and Chinese cuisines (to name a few). Be sure to take your taste buds on a gastronomic journey around the world when you visit Dallas. The people from Dallas eat-out at least four times a week, making the cities dining and hospitality sectors extremely popular.
Become A Cowboy
The State Fair of Texas is hosted in Dallas every year at Fair Park. This huge event has been happening since 1886 and is worth an estimated US$350 million to the Texas economy. This is your opportunity to live like a real cowboy, ride horses, wear a Stetson (cowboy hat), boots and learn skills necessary for herding the large mammals.
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Dinner And Live Music
Food is an essential aspect of the culture in Dallas. There’s also plenty of places for you to eat and see live performances. Deep Ellum is one of the most popular and trendy neighbourhoods in Dallas. Here you can find art, theatres, breweries, boutiques, restaurants and bars.
See Dallas by Segway
Dallas is a sprawling, flat city with wide-open streets and little-to-no foot traffic at some points in the day. These things combine to make Dallas the ideal city to explore using a segway. You can zip around Dallas and see everything that is on offer – even if you only have a few hours to explore.
Dallas Has A Subtropical Climate
Dallas gets busy (and hot) during the peak season – summer and autumn. So it stands to reason you may want to travel outside of this. Spring is when Dallas has it’s rainy season. The temperatures are mild (around 20℃), but the rain can surprise you. Be sure to take appropriate clothes during this time of year.