Charlotte, stands as one of North Carolina’s foremost cities and commercial centres.
Everything is bigger in Texas!
Everything is bigger in Texas! And there is no doubt that this is clearly evident in Dallas. It’s a modern commercial city in the heart of the north of the state. As a metropolis for culture, history, sport, tourism and more – you can rest assured that there is plenty to see and do.
President John F Kennedy
The city has had more than its fair share of moments throughout history. The assassination of President John F Kennedy being the biggest. This moment is commemorated downtown at the Sixth Floor Museum is an absolute must-see. Also, Dealey Plaza is worth spending time in too. It is fairly well frozen in time to that very moment of American history back in 1963. The John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial just a short walk away is also worthwhile taking a look at too.
Besides the history of the city there are numbers of other attractions too. Both with incredible scenery – through the wonderful parks, lakes and gardens. Also, lots of cultural art spots – through the fabulously varied arts districts with sculptures, street art, galleries and entertainment galore. Plus, the family friendly aquarium and thrills of Six Flags and more.
Highlights: Arboretum and Botanical Garden, Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza & Reunion Tower
When to visit: July, August & September
Average Hotel Prices: $105
Cheapest Months: January
Nearby Places: Fort Worth, Austin, Houston
Best reasons to visit: Shopping, Culture, Food, Entertainment, Landscapes, Family & Theme Parks