Visiting Dallas

(Dallas, Texas - TX, USA)

Dallas has long been one of America's most famous cities for a number of reasons, including its undeniable tourist appeal and charisma.

The city of Dallas offers the ultimate in Texan cuisine, together with endless shopping centers and local events. Dallas is also known for its top sporting venues, numerous cultural landmarks, impressive museums and undoubtable hospitality.

Visiting Dallas: Places to Visit

  • Guided tours of Dallas, known as the 'All in One Tour Service', with complete packages and always including extremely experienced and friendly tour guides, together with a seasonal event
  • Dallas World Aquarium, with vast tanks, huge fish and marine creatures, an underwater tunnel and a colorful recreations of coral reef landscapes
  • Fair Park, covering an enormous area and including many historic Art-Deco buildings, together with amusement venues, entertainment, museums and the Cotton Bowl Stadium
  • Dallas Zoo, home to one of the best collections of animals from Africa, together with many other exotic creatures and colorful birds, all of which are housed in large enclosures
  • Bank of America Tower, a modern skyscraper which became the tallest building in Dallas when it was completed in 1985, located along Main Street and dominating much of the downtown district
  • American Airlines Center, a major sporting and entertainment venue hosting many events, which often attract large crowds
  • Dallas J. Erik Jonsson Central Public Library, standing along Young Street and home to many thousands of books, together with local artifacts and an important copy of America's Declaration of Independence
  • Dallas City Hall, a modern building which has become an iconic symbol of the city, built during the 1970s and known for its large water feature
  • Old Red Courthouse, a grand building with red sandstone architecture, standing along South Houston Street in the downtown district of Dallas and built in the late 19th century
  • Reunion Tower, standing high above much of the city, with 55 floors and an observation area offer superb panoramic views across Dallas
  • John F. Kennedy Memorial, honoring the life of one of America's most popular presidents, who was famously assassinated in central Dallas during his tour in 1963
  • Old City Park, a historic area of Dallas where you will find many old buildings and an insight into city life many years ago

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