Everything You Need to Know about Dallas, Texas

If you're considering a trip or vacation close to Dallas, there are a few points you should know prior to packing your bags. Understanding the history, style, and attractions in the region will help you plan for and enjoy your trip even more when you arrive. Think about these things prior to finalizing any plans to the region.

Dallas is the third biggest metropolis in Texas behind San Antonio and Houston, with a populace of 1.3 million individuals. When considered as a metropolitan area, it is generally paired with its neighboring cities Fort Worth and Arlington to create the Dallas–Fort Worth area. This merged region then becomes the fourth biggest metro area in the country.

Dallas was founded in 1839 by a businessman seeking a perfect trading post place to serve travelers and native Indians. The entire city was destroyed by fire in 1860, and it was reconstructed as an even bigger town. The first railroads entered the city in 1873, and from that point on Dallas has served as a commercial site for both industry and commerce. Twenty Fortune 500 corporations now call Dallas home, and they have thrived with the telecommunications and technology advancements in the past decade.

Climate can be a bit overwhelming to non-Texans. In the summer, typical temperatures hover close to 100 degrees, making it one of the hottest cities in the U.S. The climate is considered sub-tropical, although humidity is typically not much of a problem here. Winters are mild, with typical temperatures around 40-60 degrees, making for very pleasant days. Like most southern U.S. cities, springtime is the finest time of year to visit the Big D, when temperatures are reasonable, humidity low and the trees, flowers and bushes are in full bloom.

There is a wide assortment of things to do and places to see in Dallas area. The city is famous for its modern structure. Nearby Arlington is home of the football Cowboys and their famous new stadium, also now a major tourist attraction. The Museum of Art, Arboretum, Dallas Zoo, and Sixth Floor Museum — to honor the life of John F. Kennedy, the president assassinated in Dallas — are all significant attractions as well.

(Back to Articles)   viewed: 6110


Adventure Expeditions LLC

costa rica travel, costa rica adventures, costa rica vacation, costa rica lodges, belize travel, belize adventure travel, belize vacation, belize lodges, panama travel, panama adventure travel, panama vacation, panama lodges, honduras travel, honduras adventures, honduras vacation, honduras lodges, nicaragua travel, nicaragua adventure, nicaragua vacation, peru travel, machu picchu, inca trail, peru adventures, peru lodges, peru vacation, ecuador vacation, ecuador lodges, ecuador adventure, ecuador vacation. galapagos, galapagos adventure, galapagos cruises, galapagos yachts, amazon, amazon river travel, amazon lodges, amazon adventure, amazon vacation, venezuela adventure, venezuela lodges, angel falls, bahamas travel, bahamas adventure, bahama villas, out island bahamas, island travel, island vacation, island adventures, fiji travel, fiji cruises, adventure honeymoon, family vacations, family adventures, africa adventure, africa travel, south africa travel, south africa safari, africa safari, safaris, kenya travel, kenya safari, kenya lodges, tanzania lodges, tanzania adventure, tanzania safari, wildlife safari, game lodges, tented safaris, africa adventure, eco travel, eco adventures, eco vacation, eco safaris, active vacation, adventure vacation, adventure expeditions, expeditions, adventure tours, tours, africa tours, central america tours, south america tours, eco tours

Quantum Internet Systems, Inc.
Creator of Quantum Web Engine Site Powered by Quantum Web Engine Web Articles