1. Super Shopping
Dallas has the most shopping centers in the nation. Shopping malls cover the city and stores range from budget to couture. The downtown boasts major flag stores and designer holdings, while NorthPark Center is home to beautiful boutiques and one-of-a-kind artisan shops.
2. Sports Madness
Dallas is home to every type of professional sport – meaning tourists can catch a game almost every day of the year. The Dallas Cowboys, the Texas Rangers, the Dallas Mavericks, and the Dallas Stars all call this city home.
As one of the wealthiest cities in the country, you can bet your bottom dollar that Dallas also has some of the best spas. With one of the highest spas per capita rates, the offerings in Dallas are both diverse and delightful. Whether you’re looking for a quick manicure, or a full week of pampering, you’ll find it here.
The rodeo season in Dallas runs from early April through late September and it’s huge. There are weekly competitions at the Cowtown Coliseum in nearby Fort Worth and at the Mesquite Championship Rodeo, as well as annual professional tours and major holiday events. If you’re a rodeo fan, don’t forget to check out the Cowgirl Museum & Hall of Fame, dedicated to honoring the women of the Wild West.
It’s good, really good. You can find tasty Mexican fare for a few dollars or you can visit some of the best Tex-Mex restaurants in the country, from laid-back to upscale. Remember though, there are a number of “dry” areas in Dallas, this means that restaurants can only serve alcohol to “member” patrons. If you’re hoping to enjoy a Margarita with your meal, double check before you book.