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Holidays to Dallas​

The sleek steel-and-glass skyscrapers of downtown Dallas scream 21st century like nothing else. Rich from oil, this is a city that likes to consume - which is why the 'Big D' has more retail opportunities per person than anywhere else in the USA, making it nirvana for shopaholics. The other thing the locals like to consume is meat - so if you're a fan of steak or barbecued ribs, holidays to Dallas, Texas will have you drooling in anticipation.

There's history here too though, and the nearly 50 bronze steers, cowboys and horses in Pioneer Plaza are a reminder of the days when the Shawnee Trail, a nineteenth-century cattle driving route, passed this way. Dallas' grassy knoll and Book Depository are equally deeply ingrained in American history as the scene of President Kennedy's assassination, and a visit to the spot where American history was re-shaped will sweep you back to another era.

The cattle may be gone from Dallas now, but the cowboy spirit lives on and it's the perfect place to pick up a pair of cowboy boots or a belt with just the right buckle. There's rodeo action too, with the Mesquite Championship Rodeo running from June through to August each year, while if Country & Western music is your thing, honky-tonks across the city have live bands every night.

Another big plus point of holidays to Dallas is easy access to the USA's largest urban arts district, which runs from the Museum of Art down to the One Arts Plaza, with plenty of stimulation along the way. There's also interesting neighbourhoods to explore, as well as plenty of parks and gardens, while fans of TV show Dallas can even head out to Southfork, to pay homage at the home of the Ewings. It's just a shame J.R. won't be there to welcome you.

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Sixth Floor Museum

Located in the famous building that was once the Texas School Book Depository, the museum is dedicated to the life, death and times of John F Kennedy. You can see the actual window from which Lee Harvey Oswald fired the shots that killed America's 35th president on 22 November 1963 and trace the events of that fateful day.

Texas State Fair

Going strong since 1886, the annual Texas State Fair (26 September-19 October) draws over three million people to Fair Park to enjoy three weeks of rodeo competitions, car shows, cooking contests, pig races, outdoor music events and college football matches. There's also a huge amusement park, including America's tallest Ferris wheel, and every type of fried food imaginable.

Retail Therapy

Holidays to Dallas are the perfect choice for serious shoppers. Shopping is a way of life here and you can hit every type of store from the original Neiman Marcus to Wild Bill's, which stocks cowboy gear. Upscale Highland Park Village is the place to head for designer labels; the Shops at Park Lane mall has outlet bargains; and the North Park Centre has something for just about everyone.

Arts District

Anchored by the huge collection at the Museum of Art, the Arts District also includes the fabulous Nasher Sculpture Centre with its world-class works by artists including Miro, Giacometti and Picasso Performance arts are on tap here too, with the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Centre, the Winspear Opera House and the Dallas City Performance Hall all in the area.

Theme Parks

Thrill seekers can get their kicks at the Zero Gravity Thrill Park, complete with extreme rides including a 16-storey free fall. Adrenaline addicts who prefer something a little less terrifying can opt for the Six Flags Over Texas theme park in Arlington.


Fly Drive Holiday: Grand Texan Trails

Dallas – Austin – Houston – San Antonio – Fort Worth - Dallas

This suggested fly drive itinerary gives you the perfect introduction to urban Texas. You’ll visit cosmopolitan Dallas, funky state capital Austin, NASA centre Houston, historic San Antonio and Western Fort Worth with plenty of time to explore in each destination. Travel between cities by car so that you can explore and discover the state at your own pace. Have a good time, y’all!
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Fly Drive Holiday: Lone Star Trail

Dallas – Austin – Houston – Corpus Christi - San Antonio – Fort Stockton - El Paso - Albuquerque - Santa Fe - Amarillo - Dallas

Experience the highlights of the Lone Star State on this fascinating fly drive tour through Texan history, culture and landscapes. Along the way you’ll visit Austin, the ‘live music capital of the world’, Houston, home of NASA’s Johnson Space Centre, Galveston, a treasure trove of things historically Texan, San Antonio, site of the famous Battle of the Alamo and El Paso, on the border with Mexico. Dip into New Mexico and see the exciting city of Albuquerque and state capital Santa Fe before crossing the Texas Panhandle and returning to Dallas.
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Fly Drive Holiday: Lone Ranger

Dallas – San Angelo – Big Bend National Park – Mayan Dude Ranch - San Antonio - Austin - Dallas

Tick all the boxes on the ultimate Texan fly drive holiday! Combine some of the Lone Star State's exciting metropolises with a visit to jaw-dropping Big Bend National Park. You’ll even have the chance to ride across the prairie and have a Cowboy Cookout with a 2 night stay at the Mayan Dude Ranch. From the live music bars in Austin to the epic night skies of Big Bend and Bandera, you’ll leave Texas with unforgettable memories (and maybe even a Stetson in your luggage).
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Motorbike Holiday: Texas Self-Drive

Dallas – Abilene – Amarillo – Santa Fe – Carlsbad – San Angelo – Dallas

Designed for all motorcycle enthusiasts who’ve dreamed of riding though Texas like a true American Cowboy, this 8 day itinerary gives you the perfect introduction to the Lone Star state! Ride your own steel horse along the old Great Cattle Drive Route, from the skyscrapers of Dallas to the Canyonlands of the Texas Panhandle, the Spanish flavoured Santa Fe and the Guadalupe Mountain range near Carlsbad. Experience Texan hospitality, history and epic landscapes on this essential self-drive tour, culminating back in Dallas.
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Time Difference:
GMT- 6hours

Closest Airport:
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport(approx. 9 hours and 25 minutes, direct flight)

Airport transfers:
From £10 per person, per way.

Getting around:
Hire a car and explore the surrounding areas. Check out the great selection of dining options, attractions and local excursions available. Care hire is available from £21 per day.

Insider Tip:
The Dallas Art District is the largest in the nation and a great free day out. 

You’re going to need an ESTA:
For anyone travelling to the USA, the US authorities have imposed a requirement for passengers travelling under the Visa Waiver Programme (VWP), to register for Electronic Travel Authority. Just fill in the online application form which you can find at You will need to apply for entry via ESTA at least a minimum of 72 hours prior to travel.

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