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Dallas Fort Worth Airport

The airport can be reached from State Highway 635 or 114 on the north side and 183 on the south side. The drive takes about 30-45 minutes from locations in the Metroplex to Dallas Fort Worth

The International Parkway is the main road and runs north to south and the length of the airport. All parking areas and terminals are accessible from the Parkway. On an average day the airport has around 2,000 flights covering more than 170 cities around the world, so is one of the busiest in the USA

Terminals at DFW Airport are specifically designed for the convenience of passengers. Parking is situated next to all 5 terminals and has around 30,000 spaces. Pre arrangements can be made for those with special needs. Outgoing passengers are processed with seat allocations and baggage checks at counters near the terminal entrance upper level. Bureau de Change is located in Terminal D at gates D24 and D11. Places to eat are overwhelming and varied with all tastes catered for, and for last minute shopping the terminals have everything from news stands to haute couture.

Dallas Fort Worth immediately flags up as the place to go to meet cowboys and be part of the legend of the great outdoors. In fact this is just a part of the 19th largest city in the USA. Fort Worth is a commerce and culture haven. Found in the unique state of Texas it is said to have one of America's most up and coming communities.

The attractions range from shopping to sports, motor speedway to museums, and of course cowboys to culture. Fort Worth has historic stockyards, remarkable museums and a sparkling downtown area. The Cultural District has five amazing museums set in a tranquil park-like setting and is an ideal place to start your tour. The city is devoted to it's Western heritage and Fort Worth's vibrant past. There is something here for all ages and interests, from breathtaking to funky, from classic to casual. Some of the finest shopping malls in the south west are here with the added bonus of boutiques, designer shops and antique shops. Obviously this is the place to buy the right gear for line dancing with plenty of good quality Western style shops. The choice for eating out is endless from French, Greek, Thai, Mexican and the local specialties include Barbeque, Steakhouses and good Texan dishes.

Must See in Dallas Fort Worth

The Fort Worth Stockyards are famous for the Rodeo and traditional shops, restaurants and good music.

For exotic creatures and plants the Dallas World Aquarium has these from around the world including a rainforest theme from South America.

The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History has a several galleries each one with unique exhibits from computers to dinosaurs.

A trip on a steam train made in 1896 goes from the Grapevine historic area to the stockyards of Fort Worth.

Dates for Your Diary

September to October is the time for the Texas State Fair.

Also in September is the Indian Pow Wow National Championships.

In March the famous Irish Festival of North Texas.

Fort Worth hosts a variety of special events throughout the year from street festivals and blockbuster art shows to major concerts and exciting sports.