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Is Texas calling? Search for cheap flights to Dallas onboard Lufthansa, Delta Air Lines, British Airways and even Brussels Airlines. Flights to Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) from Europe will almost always have at least one stopover. Domestic low cost flights are more likely to land at nearby Love Field (DAL), just outside of downtown Dallas.
Dallas, being in the heart of the American South, enjoys mild winters but very hot summers. Spring tends to be wet with lots of rain. For the cheapest flights to Dallas, plan to book your flights at least six months in advance. Avoiding major American holidays will also help.
Direct flights to Dallas take around 9 hours from London.
Dallas is a huge city, it's the third largest in Texas and is a centre for sports and arts. The Mavericks, Stars, Cowboys and Rangers are just the beginning. With museums, galleries and parks to visit, you definitely won't be bored while on holidays in Dallas!
6th Floor Museum: Unfortunate for Dallas, it was here that Lee Harvey Oswald shot President Kennedy. This museum is dedicated to the event and is housed in the building where the shots were fired.
State Fair: Plan to visit Dallas in fall because this autumn fair is not to be missed! It is one of the country's largest state fairs, rivalling that of Minnesota, and is fun for the whole family.
Uptown Dallas: Ready to shop? Dallas has more shopping malls per capita than any other city in America. If you've got money to spend, head Uptown from Woodall Rodgers to Haskell and shop till you drop!
Find more information on Visit Dallas.
It's always a good idea to book your hotels in Dallas as far in advance as possible, especially if you're visiting during the State Fair or other event. The most hotels are located in North Dallas along the I-635 or Downtown.