About Dallas


About Dallas

About Dallas

They say everything’s bigger in Texas and Dallas is the heart of it all, as biggest city in the state With well over a million people and the no. 1 tourist destination in Texas, Dallas has something for everyone. Whether it’s dining in one of our a Michelin star rated restaurants, stellar shopping, being pampered in a world-class spa or a thrilling day out at a Cowboys or Mavericks sports game, you’ll be astounded by the sheer variety of things to do and see in Dallas.


Feel at home in one of Dallas’ many hotels, where Texas charm and that famous southern hospitality will make you want to stay! With choices ranging from luxury boutiques to international hotel brands, you’re sure to find something that fits your lifestyle and budget.


Find that perfect Texas BBQ at one of Dallas’ authentic steakhouses or chow down on the famous Tex-Mex eats that we’re known for. Then again, Dallas has a lot more to offer than just cowboy cooking, too! Explore our charming cozy cafés or dine like a gourmand at one of Dallas’ many internationally renowned fine-dining restaurants. With delicious cuisine options from all over the world and southwest, you’re bound to find the perfect place to tuck in and enjoy!


With the highest concentration of malls per capita than any other American city, Dallas is the perfect place to find that special gift you’ve been hunting for. Luxury high-end brands can be found at America’s first Highland Mall, Galeria Dallas, and Dallas’ own Neiman Marcus, while you’ll find more local flair and boutique buys at the West Village shopping district. Come discover why Dallas is known for “the best shopping in the southwest!”


When the sun goes down, Dallas goes all out. With live music concerts, bars, nightclubs, dancing and comedy clubs, you shouldn’t leave without experiencing all that the Dallas nightlife has to offer.


Get your game face on at one of Dallas’ premier sports event. Somewhere between thrilling races at the Texas Motor Speedway, heart pounding Cowboys and Mavericks games, nonstop adventure at the Mesquite Pro Rodeo, or a day at the Texas Ranger’s ballpark in Arlington, die hard fans of the game will be in good company here in Dallas.


The greater Dallas area is home to 12 Fortune 500 companies including AT&T, Exxcon Mobil, Southwest Airlines, JCPenney, and Texas instruments among others. Dallas ranks third for the most popular business travel destinations in the United States, and the Dallas Convention Center is among the biggest and busiest convention centers in the country.


  • Dallas Zoo
  • Dallas Museum of Art
  • Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
  • Victory Park
  • Reunion Tower
  • Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden
  • Dallas World Aquarium