Why Visit Dallas
Southern hospitality and big-city bravado converge in Dallas, the Lone Star State’s third-largest city. Cosmopolitan comforts include first-class restaurants and hotels, designer shopping, cultural offerings from art to opera, and six major sports teams. Unique Dallas travel offerings include rodeos and world-famous honky-tonks.
When to Visit Dallas
Visit Dallas between late September and late October to hit that sweet spot of good weather, the State Fair, and the regular seasons for most of the Dallas sports teams. Nature buffs can catch the bluebonnet blooms with spring Dallas travel. Or plan off-peak Dallas travel during the mild winter to avoid the scorching heat of summer.
The unpredictability of Dallas weather is almost predictable. While spring and fall days tend to be milder, they’re also susceptible to tornado warnings, hail, rain, or thunderstorms. Winter rarely calls for more than a light jacket, though cold fronts can bring snow and ice. Summer heat often reaches triple digits, plus humidity.