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Where to Visit

Dallas is a modern metropolitan area in Texas. The commercial and cultural hub of the region, has varying points of interests to see, along with several activities for the entire family. Located in the West End Historic District, downtown Dallas, is the Dallas World Aquarium which has many attractions and animals of special species for you to see including the purple-throated fruit crow, the red-eared slider turtle, the Japanese swallowtail angelfish and the Antilles pink-toed tarantula. In the air-conditioned zoo, there is also a 400,000 gallon walk through Cenote exhibit which has whales, king penguins, sharks, rays, sea turtles and much more! This eco based aquarium, is an enjoyable outing for the entire family. So if you’re one to have an interest in oceanic activities, Dallas World Aquarium is the place for you to visit where you would be truly amazed by the immaculate scenery being offered just before your eyes.

What to See and Do

Dallas is a rich historic city, and a trip to the wonderful, modern metropolis would be incomplete without grabbing the once in a lifetime opportunity to view some of the many attractions there. The beautiful spectacle in Dallas is the Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Gardens. If you want to just roam among beautiful flora and empty your mind from the rush of the city, this is the place to go. At this botanical garden, you can sit and relax while you view the picturesque scenery and inhale the fresh air. The highly ranked garden by TripAdvisor, is the most beautiful garden in Dallas all year round. On the other hand, if you are more interested in sightseeing, the Reunion Tower is the place for you to be. Here you can relax while having the opportunity to view the city in a comforting atmosphere. You can also ride to the very top of the tower around sunset, which will provide you with an amazingly beautiful view, where you will see the radiant colors in the skies beaming down upon the earth’s surface, along with a 360 view of Dallas.

Food and Drink

Whether you are interested in memorable dinners, casual meals, coffee shops or cafes, Dallas has many eateries suitable for what you desire. There is Pappas Bro Steakhouse offering American cuisine. You can choose from the alluring menu, where there are many scrumptious steak based dishes to choose from along with interesting dishes cooked to perfection. Dishes include lobster deviled eggs, shrimp remoulade, crab and shrimp cocktails and bacon wrapped scallops. On the lighter side, there are house salads, Caesar salads and steakhouse salads. The popular restaurant also has a bar located within. Offering fine wines, and handcrafted cocktails, the bar grants each and every diner the grand opportunity to be a part of a new drinking experience where many classic drinks are given a modern ‘makeover’.

When to Visit

The best time to visit Dallas is in the months of September to November, where you would enjoy the cooler temperatures there. The autumn season marks a sweet spot for the city’s tourism and so, there are many events for you to have a wonderful stay. Events which take place include Grape Fest, Texas State Fair and the Red Steagall's Cowboy Gathering and Western Swing Festival in October. The four day festival grants guests of varying ages the opportunity to be educated on several types of new wines, brands, vendors and more. Grape Fest is the first place for guests to try new wines and even rediscover some of your favorite varietals. If you are looking for a trip in autumn that includes various activities without humid and hot conditions, then Dallas is the destination for you.