Expect big things when you come to Dallas. The hub of the fourth-largest metropolitan area in the U.S teems with excitement: designer shopping and a robust tax-free shopping program, western heritage and the Texas Horse Park, and unforgettable family-friendly attractions. The Dallas CityPASS offers access to some of the best attractions in the city.

The Dallas Arts District is the nation's largest urban arts district and includes five cultural venues designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architects, all within steps of one another.

The city is also home to fourteen exciting entertainment districts, a cutting-edge culinary scene led by celebrity chefs, impressive hotels, and teams representing five major professional sports leagues. Fans come from all over to enjoy the world-renowned Dallas Cowboys, Texas Rangers and NBA Champion Dallas Mavericks.

The nation’s largest light rail network, free shuttles, and historic trolleys offer worry-free access throughout the city.

Dallas is a vibrant, diverse city where big things happen.

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Upon your arrival in Dallas we’ll have you whisked off to your luxury retreat, The Joule, set in the heart of Downtown. Drop off your bags, relax and recuperate from your journey, readying yourself for a week in one of the most exciting cities on the planet.

There are a few must-sees we’ll ensure you visit, including The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza.

Here you’ll gain an interesting insight into the life and legacy of President John F Kennedy as you wander round, browsing the wealth of documents and artefacts surrounding his assassination. We’ll also point you in the direction of the Trinity Groves. Texas really is a gourmet destination and the Dallas Farmers Market is the place to go to for a taste (quite literally) of true Texan cuisine.

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So you’ve arrived in Dallas, known the world over for that TV show, here you’ll immerse yourself in arts, culture and incredible cuisine. You’ll be staying at the stylish and centrally located Hotel ZaZa, where you can drop off your bags in your luxury suite on arrival before freshening up to ready yourself for two days of Texan exploration. Only a stone’s throw away from the city’s arts district, head over to the Dallas Museum of Art for a mooch around the innovative exhibits and extensive art collection. You’ll also visit the Nasher Sculpture Center. This urban retreat has 300 sculptures by Raymond and Patsy Nasher which effectively blur the lines between nature and sculptural art.

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Rentals/Shuttles/Taxis:

The metro area offers many car rental options such as Avis, Advantage, Enterprise and Hertz, including many out of D/FW International Airport.

If you need something larger, A Great Way to Charter, Tour & Travel offers limousines, SUVs, minibuses and more.

Would you rather sit back and let someone else drive? Yellow Checker Shuttle provides a variety of vehicles for your every need. There are also several cab companies with thousands of cabs serving the Metroplex. Executive; Yellow Cab, equipped with GPS for quick response times; and Cowboy Cab, one of the most requested cabs in the Metroplex, are a few.

If you'd rather ride in style, check out 360 Limo, 1-800 Book A Limo or BusinessExec Sedan & Limousine Service.

Light Rail & Buses:
DART (Dallas Area Rapid Transit) gives locals and visitors nearly 72 miles of light rail and 120 routes by bus transit. They provide reliable transportation to locations throughout the city. Visitors riding DART can also enjoy neighboring counties and cities, including Fort Worth, via a connector to Trinity Railway Express. Expansion to locations throughout the metro area in recent years include additional DART service to downtown Dallas, Dallas Love Field and D/FW International Airport.
Air Transportation:
Visitors to Dallas have access to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport just twenty minutes from city center with direct access via DART.Dallas is also home to Love Field, the home to Southwest Airlines and many regional and private jet facilities. In addition, Dallas has constructed the world's largest urban elevated heliport in the central business district, which can accommodate multiple helicopters.

Dallas Tourist Information Center

The Tourist Information Center, located in the historic Old Red Courthouse at Main and Houston, is a high-tech resource for Dallas visitors. The center features an internet café for personal e-mail & internet access, and rows of brochure racks displaying the latest information on Dallas. A friendly, helpful staff is ready to greet and assist visitors. Open 7 days a week including holidays, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Closed Christmas and Thanksgiving Day).

100 South Houston St., Dallas | www.visitdallas.com/listings/Dallas-Tourist-Information-Center/6988/ | 214-571-1316

D/FW Airport Visitor Information

D/FW Airport visitor information provides airport information as well as information on metroplex area hotels, attractions, museums, conventions, and more.

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