Trinity skyline


Dallas Holidays

Stylish southern hospitality

Dallas has a big reputation: bold, stylish, and cosmopolitan with its skyscrapers thrusting into blue skies, flashy cars, outdoor dining scene and glamorous sports teams. The Big D is so unashamedly Texan, it’s addictive.

Begin by ascending the Reunion Tower GeO Deck offering fine views across the city. From here history buffs will find the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, a fascinating prospect to discover the life and times of JFK. Next stop is Wild Bill’s Western Store in the historic West End to get your cowboy souvenirs. While fans of the hit TV show Dallas drive over to Southfork to visit the Ewing family ranch, the AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys is a must-see for any sports enthusiast. Rendezvous later at Trinity Groves to dine on Texas cuisine, sipping margaritas until the sun goes down.

Explore more of the Lone Star State when you visit San Antonio, the capital of Tex-Mex cuisine and history at the Alamo, and combine with the cowboy charm of Fort Worth.  

Destination Highlights
  • Deep Ellum District
  • Sixth Floor Museum
  • Zero Gravity Thrill Rides Amusement Park
  • Highland Park Village
  • The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden
Essential Information
  • Time Zone GMT -5 hours
  • Currency USD - US Dollar
  • Visa Information Ensure you have a valid ESTA prior to travel
  • Language English
  • Flight Time Approx 10 hours; direct flights to Dallas from the UK are available
  • Health Information No vaccinations required

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