The home of the Texas State Fair and iconic Dallas Cowboys, third-largest city and number one travel and leisure destination in the Lone Star State, isn’t all longhorn cattle, enormous oilfields, and seas of blooming cotton. Modern-day Dallas is a fabulously diverse and sophisticated center of culture and comfortable-to-affluent lifestyle. Travelers will find a city of success and true Southern hospitality, where optimism meets opportunity and the pioneering spirit is alive and well!
You can certainly find phenomenal attractions in Dallas to make this trip the best possible student vacation! For some, no great escape would be complete without the exhilarating entertainment of regional theme parks, a leisurely day spent wandering the zoo or browsing fabulous museums and fascinating historical points of interest, and Dallas serves up an endless array of excellent possibilities. Ice skating, laser tag, paintball, and go-karting offer energetic groups a fair chance to work
off inevitable Texas-sized lunchtime splurges, as do hundreds of recreational parks, sports and athletic fields, lakes, picnic areas, golf courses, and biking/jogging trails. A wonderful year-round climate promises gregarious globetrotters and avid sports fans abundant outdoor recreational and spectator opportunities. Power shoppers will enjoy the best shopping in the Southwest and find a place to set down that haul and kick off their new boots in a wide variety of accommodations - from simple lodging to the most luxurious five-star hotels.
Boasting the largest contiguous arts district in the nation, Dallas is rich with notable venues-galleries, performance halls, wonderful museums, and fantastic displays of architecture alongside amazing festivals, concerts, exhibitions, shows, and performances that perpetually entertain visitors to this richly American city. Texas sunset kicks the gate wide open to an endless array of Dallas-after-dark activities - shutterbugs won’t want to miss a shot or two of the Big D’s magnificent nightscape!