Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)
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(Dallas, Texas (TX), USA)
Nicknamed as the 'Big D', the city of Dallas is close to Fort Worth. Combined, both cities offer the ultimate Texan experience, with plenty of interesting places to visit and sights to see. Dallas is home to many breathtaking high-rise buildings, with flashy skyscrapers dominating the skyline and clearly showing that this is a prosperous and flourishing city.
Airports in the city include the bustling Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) on the northwestern outskirts, and nearer to the center, the smaller Dallas Executive Airport (RBD) to the southwest. Public transport within the city is excellent, with the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) being responsible for local buses, trolleys and also the network of light-rail trains.
Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) Maps: Important City Districts
Both the downtown and uptown districts of Dallas are linked by regular McKinney Avenue Trolleys, which operate free of charge. Many of the city's premier attractions are either based in or around downtown Dallas, which lies to the east of the junction of both the I-30 and I-35 interstates. Downtown's West End region is particularly tourist friendly and contains a wealth of shops, dining venues and popular nightspots.
Those looking for more culture should consider a visit to the noteworthy Arts District, which can be found on the northern side of downtown Dallas. The art museum is amongst the highlights, together with the symphony center and plenty of other top venues. Further art galleries and museum are situated in the Uptown area, along McKinney Avenue and other prominent streets.
Located on the northeastern side of Dallas are the city's best restaurants, being concentrated around Greenville Avenue. Plenty of nightclubs and entertainment venues are also on offer in this lively part of the city.
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