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What are the best places to stay in Dallas?
For first-time travellers headed to Texas on flights to Dallas, you can't go wrong with a hotel in Downtown. It's the most central neighbourhood to the city's top attractions such as the Meyerson Symphony Centre and the Dallas Museum of Art. Plus, Downtown is a fantastic place to indulge in some retail therapy. There are all kinds of shopping opportunities, from mega-malls to vintage boutiques. To get from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DTW) to Downtown in a taxi takes about 25 minutes, or you can use public transport which will take about an hour.
If you are lucky enough to scoop up some cheap flights to Dallas and want to continue keeping costs low while on holiday, look to book your accommodation around Deep Ellum. The neighbourhood is east of Downtown Dallas, and it has a good selection of budget hotel options. The area also has a burgeoning food scene, great comedy clubs and live music venues where you can stay dancing all night long.
Bishop Arts District
Situated south of Downtown, Bishop Arts District is the perfect choice for travellers buying tickets to Dallas who love arts, culture and history. The neighbourhood is a 27-minute car ride from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DTW). Once you’ve checked into your hotel, you can book tickets for a show at the Bishop Arts Theatre Centre, nibble on gourmet truffles at CocoAndre Chocolatier, stroll through the Dallas Museum of Art and take in the views at the iconic Reunion Tower observation deck.
Uptown is a good neighbourhood for families buying return flights to Dallas. The area is a quick 23-minute trip from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DTW) and it's a more upscale neighbourhood with luxury townhouses, trendy boutiques in West Village and plenty of restaurants. There are ample green spaces in the area, such as Griggs Park, which kids will love exploring, and the neighbourhood is close to public transit lines.
When is the best time to visit Dallas?
June to August
June to August is peak summer season in Dallas. The days are long and humidity levels are high. If you're buying flights to Dallas over these two months, you can escape the heat by scheduling in visits to the city's many museums. You'll also want to book your tickets to Dallas in advance. Despite the heat, summertime is one of the most popular times to visit the city.
September to November
If you'd rather have cooler temperatures for your trip, look out for deals on airfare to Dallas over autumn. From September to November, the weather starts to cool down and the crowds thin out. Travelling over low season means you might have an easier time finding discounts on return flights to Dallas, and outdoor activities can be done in the less stifling temperatures.
December to February
During the winter season, temperatures in Dallas drop to an average of 18°C during the day. However, when packing for your flights to Dallas, it’s wise to pack as though you’re preparing to experience two different seasons. It might be brisk enough for a jacket one day, and then so hot the next that you want to wear shorts. There are also several events happening in winter that you might be tempted to plan your flights around, including the Lights All Night Festival.
March to May
March to May is springtime in Dallas. It's a shoulder season and a good time to buy return flights to Dallas if you want mild weather and small crowds at top attractions. You can plan your trip around seeing the city's blooming tulips and attend major events such as Cinco de Mayo and the Deep Ellum Arts Festival.
What's on in Dallas?
Dallas Blooms is one of the largest floral festivals in the Southwest. There are more than 100 varieties and 500,000 blooming tulips. The event is held at The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden and takes place over six weeks. As well as the flowers, the festival also features cooking classes, wine and beer pairings, live music and activities for children. If you want to attend, book your tickets to Dallas between February and April.
Dallas International Film Festival
The Dallas International Film Festival is the largest festival of its kind in Texas. Since its inception 14 years ago, it's screened more than 2000 films and showcases narrative features, documentaries and short films from filmmakers all over the world. During the event, you can attend screenings, panel discussions and galas. For lovers of independent cinema, it's a wonderful event to attend and a good reason to buy those flights to Dallas
St. Patrick's Day Parade
The Dallas St. Patrick's Day Parade is a 35-year-old tradition. It's usually held on 16 March and features more than 90 floats. The parade starts at Greenville Avenue and ends on Yale Boulevard at the 75 Central Expressway. As St. Patrick's is a popular holiday for the city, you should book your flights to Dallas a few months in advance to avoid any seasonal price increases.
The best time to visit Dallas is during either spring (March, April and May) or autumn (September, October and November). During both seasons, temperatures are quite pleasant and Dallas sees fewer visitors, making it easier to get around and experience the city.
Summer (June, July and August) remains a popular time to visit the city, although the weather is generally very hot and humid, and hotel rates are high, while the winter months can see unpredictable temperatures and even periods of snowfall.
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
Located around 36 km from the city centre, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is the city’s main international airport. First opened in the mid 1970s, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport now welcomes arrivals from across North America and numerous international destinations such as Beijing, Mexico City and Bogota.